Planning permission granted to Limerick GAA for new stand in Mick Neville Park

Jerome O'Connell

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Jerome O'Connell

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Planning permission granted to Limerick GAA for new stand in Mick Neville Park

Artist impression of new-look Mick Neville Park stand

LIMERICK City and County Council have granted planning permission to Limerick GAA to erect a new stand in Mick Neville Park in Rathkeale.

The planning department this week rubber stamped their approval for the new works in the Limerick GAA Training Centre in Rathkeale.

The planning permission is for a ten year planning permission to erect a spectator stand, changing rooms, gymnasium and toilet facilities.

It is understood that the stand will hold approximately 600 spectators.

The works in Mick Neville Park are a decade in the making - read here

Last month, the Limerick Leader revealed that Limerick GAA officials are now set to explore selling the naming rights to the ground.

With planning permission now granted, Limerick GAA will move towards the tender process for the Rathkeale venue.