TWO PUBLIC consultation events are to be held in Ennis to view plans for the proposed development of the Post Office field as part of the Ennis 2040 strategy.

An elevated boardwalk designed around river biodiversity, habitat and wildlife is the proposed development on the Post Office Field. It is one of the nine transformational projects identified in the Ennis 2040 strategy.

Connectivity and views of the town’s heritage are aspirations of the Post Office field development along with offering a new destination for people to meet in the centre of Ennis.

Clare County Council together with Ennis 2040 DAC is inviting residents and stakeholders in Ennis to come along to their two public drop-in events as part of the Post Office Field development public consultation.

Dates have been scheduled to allow members of the public to view the plans that are in development and meet in person with the project team. The public engagement drop-in events are taking place at the Civic Room, Waterpark Campus, Drumbiggle Road, Ennis (Eircode V95 RR72) on Wednesday, 24th April from 18:00 to 20:00 and Thursday, 25th April from 17:00 to 19:00.

The purpose of this Public Engagement is to invite the public and interested stakeholders to view the plans of the proposed development and provide comments and feedback. This information will be taken into consideration by the design team in the final design.

For anyone who cannot attend the events but would like to learn more and view the plans, they are invited to visit, Clare County Council’s Have Your Say Portal from 24th April to 9th May 2024 – Link: https://yoursay.clarecoco.ie/proposed-development-of-post-office-field or in the reception area of Clare County Council’s headquarters from 29th April to 3rd May 2024.

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