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Have your say on the new Clare County Development Plan

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Closes: 16 November 2020
Date published: 18 September 2020

The Planning Department of Clare County Council has today (18th September, 2020) officially commenced the process of preparing the new Clare County Development Plan for the period 2022-2028.

The County Development Plan sets out an overall strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development of the county over a six-year period. Every six years, the Planning Authority is legally obliged to make a new County Development Plan, which must set out the strategic spatial vision and future direction for the County.


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Transboundary Environmental Consultation – Sizewell C Nuclear Power Station, Suffolk

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Closes: 28 October 2020
Date published: 3 September 2020

In accordance with the provisions of the 1991 United Nations Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context (“the Espoo Convention”), the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government received notification from the UK Planning Inspectorate (“PINS”) in relation to a development consent application (“the planning application”) by NNB Generation Company (SZC) Limited for a proposed Nuclear Power Station at Sizewell C, Suffolk, England.


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Have Your Say on the Killaloe - Ballina Town Enhancement and Mobility Plan

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Closes: 7 September 2020
Date published: 28 July 2020

Clare County Council and Tipperary County Council have commenced the preparation of a Killaloe - Ballina Town Enhancement and Mobility Plan. The plan will facilitate a coordinated approach to public realm enhancements within Killaloe and Ballina, providing a clear vision for Killaloe and Ballina as linked settlements. Specific measures, designs and schemes will promote the towns’ complementarity, and create an overall focus on their joint strengths and opportunities in terms of functionality, aesthetics and the changing transport and mobility profile of the towns as a result of the future Killaloe Bypass and Shannon bridge crossing.


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