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Wexford County Council Appoints Ayesa to design the €120m Trinity Wharf Project

Wexford County Council Appoints Ayesa to design the €120m Trinity Wharf Project

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Luke O'Connor, Dana Stepanceva, Steve Gregan (Ayesa), AJ Browne (AtkinsRealis), Eddie Taafe (Wexford County Council), Paul McEvoy (ORHT), Ben Mong (AtkinsRealis), Gary Smyth (ORHT), Michael Malone (Wexford County Council)
Front Row: (L-R): Tom Enright (Chief Executive, Wexford County Council), Councillor John Flemming (Cathaoirleach of Wexford County Council), Councillor John Hegarty (Major of Borough District of Wexford) and Martin Gohery (Ayesa)

Ayesa will be driving one of the most significant developments for County Wexford in Ireland


  • Wexford County Council has appointed Ayesa as the design team for this major urban regeneration initiative. Construction activities for the 10-acre project are slated to kick off in the fourth quarter of 2024.

  • The scheme includes a 120 million euro capital investment bringing significant economic benefits and positive impacts to the southeast region in Ireland.

  • This scheme is part of the government's 'Call 2' of the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF), aimed at enhancing urban areas to make them more appealing for residents, businesses, and investors.

Links to press coverage: Independent     Wexford Local

Thursday 11 January 2024, Wexford County Council has appointed Ayesa as the Design consultant for the Trinity Wharf project in Wexford Town. The project, with an estimated total investment of €120 million, including €24 million of public investment, is slated to commence construction works in the fourth quarter of 2024.

The Trinity Wharf project, spanning 10 acres, is a vital element of Wexford County Council's strategy to attract foreign direct investment and generate high-quality employment opportunities. The initiative is funded under 'Call 2' of the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF), aimed at enhancing urban areas to make them more appealing for residents, businesses, and investors.

This multi-use development includes modern office spaces, hotel accommodations, a multi-story car park, a cultural and events building, residential units, a new marina, and a boardwalk connecting Trinity Wharf to Paul Quay and the Crescent. The project is integral to the long-term regeneration and enhancement of Wexford town and environs.

Cathaoirleach of Wexford County Council, councillor John Flemming commented: "The appointment of Ayesa marks a significant milestone in Wexford's economic development. Today’s announcement signals a crucial step forward in delivering this project for the people of Wexford and beyond,"

Luke O’Connor Design & Build Lead for Ayesa commented on the appointment: "Ayesa, with our delivery partners, is delighted to play a crucial role in the regenerative project for Wexford town. Our involvement aims to craft a sustainable legacy for businesses, the town, and its citizens,"

"With works set to commence on site by Q4 2024, the Trinity Wharf project is a major multi-use development that will greatly enhance the quality of life for people in Wexford," said Mayor of Wexford, Councillor John Hegarty. "This is a rare opportunity to transform an under-utilised brownfield site and bring renewal to a historic part of Wexford Town deserving of a new lease of life."

Tom Enright, Chief Executive of Wexford County Council, characterised Trinity Wharf as one of the most exciting and ambitious economic development projects in the county. "Trinity Wharf is a prime example of how the local authority has integrated a diverse set of economic, social, and recreational needs into a generational opportunity," he said.

Ayesa's strength lies in its multidisciplinary expertise across waste management, geotechnical engineering, marine and coastal engineering, and civil engineering. These diverse disciplines will aim to collaboratively contribute to the development's success by ensuring that the design not only meets regulatory requirements but also aligns with sustainable practices. Ayesa's holistic and integrated approach demonstrates its commitment to overcoming challenges and crafting a resilient design that respects both the historical significance and ecological sensitivity of the site.


Positive Impacts:

The Trinity Wharf project aims to revitalise Wexford Town, creating a thriving economic center, improving the quality of life for residents, and contributing to the overall prosperity of the region. Here are some of the positive impacts this scheme will help bring to people and business.

  • Attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI): The ambitious plans of Wexford County Council, with a focus on attracting foreign direct investment, are set to create an environment conducive to business growth and expansion.
  • High-Quality Employment Opportunities: The development of Trinity Wharf includes the creation of modern office spaces, which is expected to generate high-quality employment opportunities for the local workforce. The multi-use development project provides a diverse range of employment sectors, contributing to a dynamic and sustainable local economy.
  • Cultural and Events Space: The inclusion of a landmark cultural and events multi-use building will likely serve as a hub for cultural and business events, providing a platform for businesses to showcase their products and services.
  • Supporting The Local Construction Industry: The appointment of Ayesa and their delivery partners involves collaboration with local stakeholders, benefiting the local construction industry and contributing to skill development in the region.
  • Improved Quality of Life:  The regeneration of Trinity Wharf is designed to enhance the overall living experience in Wexford Town, providing residents with modern amenities, recreational spaces, and improved access to the waterfront.
  • Diverse Housing Options: The creation of residential units within Trinity Wharf caters to the housing needs of the community, offering diverse options for individuals and families.
    Enhanced Public Amenity: The project's commitment to creating a first-class public amenity contributes to the well-being of the community, providing spaces for relaxation, socialization, and recreational activities
  • Economic Prosperity Beyond Wexford: The economic development and prosperity generated by Trinity Wharf extend beyond Wexford, positively impacting the broader region and creating a ripple effect of economic growth.
  • Tourism and Business Attraction: The mixed-use development, including a new marina and a boardwalk, enhances the attractiveness of Wexford as a destination for both tourism and business, potentially drawing visitors and investors to the region.
  • Transformative Urban Landscape: The project is described as one of the most exciting and ambitious economic development projects in the county, suggesting a transformative impact on the urban landscape, making it more appealing for residents, businesses, and visitors alike.

About Wexford County Council

Wexford County Council is the authority responsible for local government in County Wexford, Ireland. As a county council, it is governed by the Local Government Act 2001. More here.

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