Center Parcs Longford can ‘unlock potential of rural Ireland’ - Varadkar
Building of €233m holiday village a vote of confidence in economy, says Taoiseach
The planned opening of a €233 million holiday village in the midlands represents a vote of confidence in the Irish economy amid fears over Brexit, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
He was speaking on Friday after turning the sod on the commencement of construction work at Center Parcs Longford Forest in Ballymahon.
The UK leisure giant plans to create up to 1,000 full- and part-time jobs in addition to 750 jobs that are due to come on stream during its construction phase.