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Transboundary Environmental Consultation – Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Plant

30 November 2018

In accordance with the provisions of the 1991 United Nations Convention on environmental impact in a transboundary context (the Espoo Convention) and the EU Directive 2011/92/EU on the assessment of the effects of certain public and private projects on the environment (the EIA Directive), the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government has received notice from the UK’s Planning Inspectorate (PINS) in relation to the development consent application (planning application) by Horizon Nuclear Power for the proposed Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Plant, in Anglesey, North Wales, United Kingdom.

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Private housing grant applications

22 October 2018

We will only process Priority 1/Emergency case applications from Friday, 26th October until further notice. This is due to the large volume of private housing grant applications submitted.  

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Tourism Providers Database of County Clare

22 October 2018

Clare County Council intends to produce a Tourism Providers Database for County Clare. This database will be used by Clare County Council to contact Tourism Providers in County Clare in relation to tourism development and promotional purposes e.g. contact details, information, activities, events and promotions which Clare County Council may deem relevant.  Should you wish to have your business included in this database, please complete the consent form.

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We are improving our website

16 October 2018

On the 15th October we updated the website to the first iteration of a responsive website. The main objective of the website upgrade is to serve all our customers better by making the website responsive. 

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National October Reuse Month!

15 October 2018

It National October Reuse Month!

National Reuse Month 2018 aims to inspire you and provide you with the skills and tools to reuse more. This month was developed by Ireland’s three Waste Management Offices (Connacht/Ulster, Eastern/Midlands, and Southern) in conjunction with Ireland’s 31 local authorities, in cluding Clare County Council. It aims is to encourage people to reuse everyday items as often as possible, while also considering alternative options to buying new items that might only be used once.

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