FERRYBANK AREA OF WATERFORD

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FERRYBANK AREA OF WATERFORD

Ferrybank is a suburb of Waterford City in Ireland. Much of Ferrybank is under the political jurisdiction of Waterford City and County council and thus an area of administration for Waterford City, on the northern bank of the River Suir, extending into County Waterford. However, some parts of Ferrybank extend into County Kilkenny and are administered by Kilkenny County Council. There is an ongoing boundary dispute between both jurisdictions, with debates and proposals ongoing for many decades.

The Ross Abbey Town Centre Shopping Complex was built in 2008 at a cost of €7 million and was sold in 2013 for €225k. It remains empty since it was constructed.

The Ferrybank Shopping Centre on the south Kilkenny/Waterford border was completed in 2008 at a cost of €100m. It has never opened, due to the failure of Dunne's Stores to take up its planned anchor tenancy.