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N19 Shannon Airport Access Road Improvement Scheme

Clare County Council in partnership with Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) are developing the planning and design for the N19 Shannon Airport Access Road Improvement Scheme.

The Scheme shall provide high-quality road improvements on the N19 National Primary Road between Drumgeely Roundabout and Knockbeagh Point Roundabout on approach to Shannon International Airport.

Clare County Council appointed Fehily Timoney & Company and Clandillon Civil Consulting Joint Venture (FTC JV) in October 2019 as the Technical Consultants to progress the Scheme through Phases 1 to 4 of the TII Project Management Guidelines.

The Scheme is currently at Phase 2 Options Selection.
 

Public Display Period 22/11/2021 to 6/12/2021

Clare County Council is progressing the development of the N19 Shannon Airport Access Road Improvement Scheme in partnership with Transport Infrastructure Ireland and the Department of Transport. Fehily Timoney and Clandillon Civil Consulting Joint Venture are the appointed Technical Advisors to advance the project through the planning and design stages.

A Public Display of the Preferred Option for the N19 Shannon Airport Access Road Improvement Scheme commenced today (22nd November 2021) and will continue until Monday 6th December 2021. The purpose of this non-statutory public display is to inform the public and stakeholders of the Preferred Option developed for the project, the work undertaken to date and the programme for advancement of the project. This preferred option will be further developed as part of the next stages in the development of the project.

The public display event provides an opportunity for feedback to be submitted, which may inform the further development of the project in the next stages.

In consideration of continuing risks due to COVID-19, an online public display platform has been developed on the project website www.shannonaccess.ie. This online platform provides information boards, maps of the preferred option, interactive webmaps, a project brochure and an online feedback facility. The online platform also includes an online booking facility where the public and other stakeholders can schedule an online or telephone meeting with a member of the project team during the public display period.

It is understood that online information cannot be accessed by everyone. The project team is keen to engage with people throughout the public display period. Hardcopies of brochures and drawings can be requested by post, and telephone meetings can be booked by calling the dedicated phone line (065) 6866147 during office hours from Monday 22nd November 2021 to Monday 6th December 2021. Maps of the preferred option are on display and brochures available at Clare County Council’s Head Office at New Road, Ennis and at the Shannon Municipal District Office.

How to submit feedback

Feedback can be made on the project website www.shannonaccess.ie, by email to info@shannonaccess.ie, or by post addressed to:

Freepost ES104
N19 Shannon Airport Access Road Improvement Scheme 
Clare County Council
Project Management Office
Buttermarket Building,
Drumbiggle Road, Ennis,
Co, Clare,
V95RR72

during the public display period from Monday 22nd November 2021 to Monday 6th December 2021.

Clare County Council values the opinion of the community on this project and welcomes feedback from the public and interested parties. The Feedback received will be considered by the project team as part of the next stages.

Page last reviewed: 22/11/21

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