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Here's how the €70m redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh currently looks
Upgrade work is expected to be finished by the summer of 2017.

PÁIRC UÍ CHAOIMH, the home of Cork GAA, is in the midst of a €70 million redevelopment.

Works to upgrade the stadium to a 45,000 capacity are expected to take another 18 months with a projected finish date in time for the 2017 Munster championships.

It emerged in November that the European Union are looking into the €30 million Government grant pledged towards the redevelopment, but the Cork county board expect “a speedy and successful conclusion” to the process.

INPHO photographer James Crombie paid a visit to the site last week where he snapped these pictures of the work in progress:

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