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 […]
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
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
You can read our submission to the County Development Plan review at this link https://consult.meath.ie/en/submission/mh-c5-544/observation/coments-sea The submission is summarised as follows 1. There are significant issues with the Strategic Environmental Report which if left unaddressed will result in an SEA procedure that is unlawful having regard to the Strategic Environmental Assessment Directive. In particular the […]
Meath Co Co has opened a “non-statutory” consultation into proposed routes for a cycle path stretching from Mornington to Drogheda. The current consultation seems to be aimed only at route selection. The project will be subject to a further statutory consultation when final plans are submitted, most likely to be to An Bord Pleanála given […]
News broke yesterday that Aldi was granted permission to build a new store on the site of the former nursing home in Laytown. Despite hundreds of objections An Bord Pleanála upheld Meath County Council’s decision to grant permission. The inspector’s report and the order are embedded below.