Wexford County Council is currently planning the development of Trinity Wharf as a key part of the town’s economic development and urban regeneration.
Comments on the proposed Trinity Wharf development can also be made, no later than 5pm on Friday 14 September, through any one of the following:
- In writing, marked ‘Trinity Wharf development’ to: Special Projects Office, Wexford County Council, County Hall, Carricklawn, Wexford Y35 WY93
- By email, with the subject ‘Trinity Wharf development’ to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trinity Wharf site will facilitate a new sustainable urban quarter with a high-quality public realm, mix of modern office space, hotel accommodation, leisure and residential development, a landmark cultural and events building, 60 residential units and a multi-storey car park. The leisure and residential development includes the provision of a 61 berth marina, a new boardwalk linking Trinity Wharf with Paul Quay and the Crescent, new public realm spaces and an urban greenway. It will provide a location at the south end of Wexford town that can be adapted for use for outdoor events, performance and festivals.
The development of Trinity Wharf will significantly enhance Wexford Town profile as an attractive environment for international companies seeking to locate in the county or for existing companies looking to expand providing property solutions that will meet investors’ expectations. Trinity Wharf will serve new businesses and the local community. It will create the capacity for 1,600 people to live and work in a town centre area, supporting the local economy and making Wexford a viable location for FDI investment.
Significant Tasks & Timelines
|October 2018||Completion of master plan|
|November 2018||Preparation of applications for consent to An Bord Pleanála and Foreshore Licence|
|An Bord Pleanála Consent||April 2019|
|Foreshore Consent||October 2019|
|Prepare Detailed Design||August 2019|
|Procurement of Contractors||December 2019|
|Construction of Site Services||November 2020|