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Readers will remember that in November/December last year there was a short public consultation on a draft management plan for part of the Boyne Estuary SAC. Meath County Council has released the public submissions, 5 in total and they are copied below.
We’ve learned via an access to environmental information request that Meath County Council has incurred costs of almost half a million euro to date, mostly for external consultants. The table of costs is copied below
Today we publish records we obtained from the Department of Education about its purchase of the Educate Together Secondary School site at the corner of the Mill Road and Colpe Road. The information that was released to us from the Department of Education suggests that You can also read the coverage in the Irish Examiner […]
We are just posting the decision of An Bord Pleanála refusing permission for the Drogheda to Mornington greenway. We may issue some commentary in due course.
The Climate Action Plan 2023 requires local authorities to identify roads suitable for reallocation to active travel such as walking and cycling. We reported on Drogheda where are extensive active travel plan is in place. We now have received Meath’s list of roads identified as suitable for reallocation and it is underwhelming. Just two roads […]
We received a copy of a report commissioned for Meath County Council in March 2023 which recommends progressing the Julianstown bypass project to the next stage. Nice to see that the report authors used our photographs on the cover to illustrate the dire traffic situation in the village
Meath Co Co recently organised a non-statutory consultation on a proposed Pedestrian and Cycling Facilities on the Eastham Road Bettystown. The consultation responses were not published anywhere but we have obtained a copy via AIE
Meath County Council has just published a call for tenders for consultants to carry out assessments as party of a proposal to vary the Meath County Development plan. This appears to be in response to our successful challenge to excess zoning in Drogheda, although it is not clear what the proposed variation is meant to […]
One of the tasks of local authorities under the government’s climate action plan is to draw up a list of roads in their areas that are suitable for reallocation to active travel, i.e. walking and cycling. This is so that carbon emissions for car transport can be reduced. Louth County Council has supplied their list […]