Legal advice is being received by Clare County Council regarding a decision from An Bord Pleanála on works between Lahinch and Liscannor.
A business owner has been hailed for bringing “positive investment” into Ruan.
More than 5,000 Christmas lights will be switched on this Friday evening (December 18th) in Lisdoonvarna as part of a major community initiative.
Increased workshops are to be held to prioritise strategic project development in West and North Clare.
Elected representatives in North and West Clare have stressed the need for extensive engagement before the adaptation of a new County Development Plan to reverse the ‘slow death’ being experienced by towns and villages in Clare.
Completion of a coastal pathway at Loop Head is seen as “an absolute necessity” to the protection of the area as one councillor criticised how plans have been left sitting “for years”.
€500k has been invested to repair a 2km coastal walk adjacent to the visitor centre at The Cliffs of Moher while a path to recovery for the world renown tourist attraction is underway.
Wild camping in North Clare resulted in over 40 wildfires over the staycation period prompting calls for park and beach rangers to avoid repeat scenarios.
Computer illiterate residents of North Clare have been “abandoned” by the policy of making motor taxation services solely available online.
Positive discrimination towards rural Clare in the guise of reduced planning contributions has been put forward by West Clare representatives as a means of tackling population decline.