The Public Realm scheme in Inniskeen will enhance the area and improve the commercial offering.
Those are just two of the aims of the plan, which was presented to members of the Carrickamcross Castleblayney MD at this month’s meeting.
The details of the scheme were presented by architect with the Paul Hogarth Company Ronan McParland.
The focus of the project is to develop unique spaces whilst being sensitive to the streetscape, heritage, and history of the area.
Two key areas that will be focused on are improving parking for both cars and coaches, which was deemed to be confusing at present, and improving walkways and pedestrian linkages.
The company has also identified four key spaces that will benefit from planters, signage, sculptures, and enhanced arrival spaces.
They are: The heart of the village, the railway station, St.Mary’s, and the playground.
Funding is yet to be acquired but it is hoped that it will be done on a phased basis with highest quality materials going into the village centre.
Local councillor Noel Keelan says that it’s important to include the community in any decisions: