Protect East Meath makes observations on Julianstown proposal

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In February Protect East Meath made observations to Meath County Council about a planning application seeking to build 21 houses in Julianstown. The application proposes destroying party of a proposed Natural Heritage Area, development on land zoned for high amenity and on areas prone to flooding. There were also concerns about interference with Julianstown bridge (a protected structure) and assessment of protected birds and bats.

Since our observation went in the county council has asked the developer to supply extensive further information. You can download our submission here and the request for further information here.