Chambers of Commerce in the Mid-West have expressed their confidence that the Minister for Transport is committed to improving connectivity into Shannon Airport following a one hour meeting this week.
Ennis business owners have claimed the temporary mobility plan introduced by Clare County Council is leading to the ‘death of the town’.
A joint submission from Chambers of Commerce in the West of Ireland has been submitted to the Transport Minister seeking urgent intervention from the Government regarding Shannon Airport.
Chamber of Commerce Presidents in the Mid-West have vehemently stressed the need for Shannon Airport to maintain “essential connectivity” with Boston, New York and London.
A failed Clare General Election candidate was among the speakers of a large-scale anti-mask rally which took place in Dublin over the weekend.
Better and more timely guidelines need in association with the Government’s roadmap for reopening the country must be outlined, the President of Ennis Chamber of Commerce has stated.
Additional measures including a parklet have been announced for the Temporary Ennis Town Centre Mobility Plan.
Clare’s Economic Taskforce held its inaugural meeting on Friday while concern has expressed that no individuals representing North or West Clare have been included on the group.
Mixed views have been expressed following the decision to pedestrianise Ennis’ main streets as part of the temporary mobility plan but according to Ennis Chamber it has heightened the need for a town bus service.
From Wednesday, Ennis Town Centre will be pedestrianised with traffic to be re-routed throughout the town.