A €3bn master plan for the regeneration of Limerick's troubled housing estates in due to be unveiled later today.
The document, which runs for more than 200 pages, sets out a vision for the social, physical and economic regeneration of the estates and recommends a citywide approach to the problem.
Under the plan, 3,000 homes in Moyross, Southill, St Mary's Park and Ballinacurra-Weston are due to be completely demolished and rebuilt.
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