Further work due to ease problems at Cork court's temporary home

The impressive 1930s Italianate facade may be listed for protection but behind its ornate frontage, the temporary Cork Circuit Court building at Camden Quay is undergoing a major refurbishment in preparation for court sessions next month.

The move to Camden Quay earlier this year was necessitated by the £7 million refurbishment of the Washington Street courthouse, which has been serving Cork city and county in various forms since first being built in the 1830s.

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