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Kerry plans canopies and marquees

Canopies on pedestrianised malls, and marquees outside  pubs and restaurants could become the norm in Kerry as plans to allow premises expand onto the street area are tralee0520advanced.

Huge revenue losses in Kerry, along with more than €20 million shortfall in rates to the local authority are anticipated due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Even medium-sized pubs and cafes would only be able to cater for ten or 12 people under new social distancing guidelines, and this would not be financially viable, Mayor of Tralee Cllr Jim Finucane  said.

The Mall in Tralee along with the already pedestrianised town square is likely to be the first to be offered and allowed to install canopies on premises.
 
 In Killarney, where pedestrianisation has proved controversial, there are plans for marquees as well as canopies outside premises.
 
 
 

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