Following a submission from Protect East Meath, Irish Cement has withdrawn its planning application for a major development at its Platin facility.
Protect East Meath pointed out that legal requirements for Meath County Council to publish the planning application online had not been complied with.
It seems Irish Cement has agreed with Protect East Meath and the default by Meath County Council has forced it to withdraw and resubmit its application, this time with the planning application online.
The new application can be viewed here (ref LB201629)
Protect East Meath continues to monitor the Council’s compliance with legal obligations to post planning files online – a requirement that was introduced in response to the public health crisis which means that traveling to Navan to inspect paper files is becoming more difficult.