We in Limerick love the new look Milk Market. It’s an added asset to the city and gives plenty of people somewhere great to shop for the best of food. The roof that was put on to the old building is too small however, so that great big buckets of rain pour down on stall-holders. It begs the question, why?
Who makes these decisions to do a half-job of something and how is that good enough? It would be great if the public could have a say on huge projects like this before they go ahead. I’m happy with the re-vamp, overall, and the wonky roof gives people something to talk about. It certainly keeps off more rain than it lets in.
What’s next, a tunnel without a road? An opera centre without any forward thinking about the abolition of one of the cities oldest and most individual shopping streets?