Based on an FOI request by Right to Know, EastMeath.Org has received this draft traffic appraisal making the economic case for a bypass of Julianstown. It was prepared by Meath County Council and submitted in December to the Department of Transport. It is still in draft form and the Department has not commented on it.
The Draft RSES is a strategic plan which identifies regional assets, opportunities and pressures and provides appropriate policy responses in the form of Regional Policy Objectives. At this strategic level it provides a framework for investment to better manage spatial planning and economic development throughout the Region.
Julianstown & District Community Association has made a submission For the Draft Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy on behalf of the residents of Julianstown.RSES-Submission-22.1.2019
Dear East Meath Resident,A presentation by Mr. Nicholas Whyatt (senior engineer) of Meath Council to a meeting of the Laytown / Bettystown municipal area Councillors, took place on the 18th January at the Duleek civic offices. The presentation concerned the proposed traffic calming initiative for Julianstown by the Council and the proposed bye pass of the village.The meeting was attended by JDCA representatives Niamh bn. ui Loinsigh (Chair) and Brendan Logue.
A summary of the proposals is attached in the attached note.Laytown-Bettystown-Distrct-meeting-re-traffic-calming-19th-January-2019
Julianstown & District Community Association and The Lime Kiln
Invite all our Residents and especially our Younger Residents
Santa, Mrs. Claus and The Elves will be calling to The Lime Kiln on Tuesday 11th at 6.30 p.m.
Santa will have a wee gift for all the children.
Wrap up warmly and watch Santa arrive on his little red vintage tractor!
Mornington Gospel Choir will get things rolling with Christmas Carols
RAFFLE ON NIGHT
ADMISSION: DONATION TOWARDS 2019 PROJECTS FOR JULIANSTOWN VILLAGE
Many thanks for the below update,
I must say a massive congratulations to your association for pursuing the matter and getting it to this advanced stage,
As always if you require my assistance in anyway I’m always available and I hope to meet with you over the coming weeks to catch up on our previous meetings.
I will have a Minister down to visit in the near future and again I would love to highlight the fantastic work you do so please let me know if you would be interested in such a visit.
Dear East Meath Resident,
Good News on the Old Mill Site
On 6th February Meath County Council issued a notice to the owners of the Old Mill Derelict Site, putting them on notice of their intention to start the process of listing the site on the Derelict Sites Register, in accordance with the provisions of the Derelict Sites Act, 1990.
While this is good news for local residents you will note that it has taken more than one threat of legal action to bring the Council to this stage, after years of trying to get them to act. (please see the attached letter from FP Logue Solicitors and MCC’s reply) regarding this.
While the present development is to be welcomed it is merely the start of a process to redevelop this site. JDCA will be keeping a close watch on the subsequent actions of the Council in this regard and will not hesitate to hold them to account for any failure by them to fulfill their obligations under the provisions of the Act.