East Meath is under pressure once again from development without infrastructure and resources. We haven’t learnt any lessons from the previous housing bubble where we built thousands of houses without roads, schools or community facilities.
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The aim of this group is to ensure that future development in East Meath only takes place with strong environmental protections.
Based on an FOI request by Right to Know, EastMeath.Org has received this draft traffic appraisal making the economic case for a bypass of Julianstown. It was prepared by Meath County Council and submitted in December to the Department of Transport. It is still in draft form and the Department has not commented on it.
The Draft RSES is a strategic plan which identifies regional assets, opportunities and pressures and provides appropriate policy responses in the form of Regional Policy Objectives. At this strategic level it provides a framework for investment to better manage spatial planning and economic development throughout the Region. Julianstown & District Community Association has made a […]
Dear East Meath Resident,A presentation by Mr. Nicholas Whyatt (senior engineer) of Meath Council to a meeting of the Laytown / Bettystown municipal area Councillors, took place on the 18th January at the Duleek civic offices. The presentation concerned the proposed traffic calming initiative for Julianstown by the Council and the proposed bye pass of […]