People of Moyross fear their voices are not being heard amidst demolition and regeneration

The all Island deprivation index, calculated in 2011, ranks Moyross as the the single most deprived area out of 23,025 areas on the island of Ireland. 

With their community the subject of one of the largest regeneration projects in the state, local community workers and residents have expressed concern that the voices of the most marginalised people are not being heard.

* This story and video were developed as part of an ongoing collaboration between the Irish Examiner and the Univeristy of Limerick.

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