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.
You can read our submission on the Boyne Greenway which raises issues with the environmental assessment and works that would harm the Boyne Estuary SAC and SPA
This is the second part of the meeting that considered Laytown – Bettystown – Mornington – Donacarney. The meeting was held on 3 February 2021
This is the first part of the meeting that considered Laytown – Bettystown – Mornington – Donacarney. The meeting was held on 29 January 2021
Correspondence, minutes and emails between Roy Thompson and Andrew Butler from the Eastern Region of NPWS and Donal Kinsella in relation to the to the protection and management of Boyne Estuary and Coast 001957 Special Area of Conservation between 01/01/2020-01/03/2022. Correspondence, minutes and emails between Roy Thompson and Andrew Butler from the Eastern Region of […]
Friday 14 August 2020 is the closing date for public submissions on the library and community building that Meath County Council proposes to build in Bettystown. Protect East Meath made a submissions asking for the facility to be accessible on bicycle and foot from the surrounding villages. You can read our submission here. You can […]
Read our short submission on the proposed public realm plan for Laytown and Bettystown calling for improved pedestrian and cycling links in East Meath https://consult.meath.ie/en/submission/mh-c27-3