Re: Sea buckthorn funding – SAC Mornington My AIE request is in regard to this funding. 1. How much was the amount? 2. Which department was it paid to? 3. Why no work has taken place on removal of the sea buckthorn since the awarding of the funding? 4. What works are planned and when […]
Copy of valuation report on Old Mill site Julianstown
The National Planning Framework (NPF) is a plan that was agreed by Ireland’s politicians and the public and this legally binding plan now serves as a template for accommodating Ireland’s growing population to the year 2040. This also impacts on land use and zoning. A central goal of the NPF is to ensure the correct […]
Regular readers will be aware that Meath County Council listed the Old Mill on the Derelict Sites Register to avoid proposed litigation from Protect East Meath. Since then there was some minor clean up to remove graffiti and weeds, both of which have returned. We recently filed an information request with the Council to get […]
The Minister in charge of the NPWS has written to a supporter in relation to ongoing concerns around the protection of the sensitive dune habitats at Mornington. We intend taking him up on the offer to meet onsite on the dunes to discuss our mutual concerns.
In 2014 Meath County Council commissioned a walking and cycling study which resulted in a 200 page report which, as far as we can tell, was never published. The report sat on a shelf for 7 years. Last year, the Council commissioned another report to update the 2014 study to take account of policy changes […]
Protect East Meath has recently lodged an appeal to An Bord Pleanála against the decision of Meath County Council to grant planning permission for a development of 95 units (49 houses and 46 apartments) at Colp. A second appeal from Grange Rath Management Company has also been lodged, the two appeals will be handled together. […]
In a welcome move Meath County Council has written to local sports clubs asking them not to train in the dunes at Mornington and Bettystown. These dunes are highly sensitive habitats protected by EU law and are damaged by use such as walking and sports training.
In the latest in our series we have uploaded the video recording of the Stamullen special planning meeting which took place on 5 and 6 February 2021 You can see all of our videos on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIsGkFapxr-i96obor25_0w