A special briefing session is to be held for elected members in West Clare to discuss the amount of derelict buildings in Kilrush with one local councillor warning future accidents may occur if the level of vacancy remains.
An anonymous donor has expressed an interest in making a significant contribution believed to be in six figures towards Coláiste Eoghain Uí Chomhraidhe if it is turned into an Irish language cultural hub.
*Market House, Scariff. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare County Council has defended its efforts in trying to carve out a balanced spread of tourism across the county.
Elected representative and officials in the West Clare Municipal District will hold a presentation in September to gain a better understanding of the work required in bringing a world class Greenway to the county.
An end of year review on the shuttle bus service for the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience will be central to determining if a co-ordinated inter-connected mini-bus service can be expanded to other parts of Co Clare.
*Moneypoint Power Plant. Photograph: Páraic McMahon A delegation of West Clare councillors are today (Wednesday) issuing a letter to secure a meeting with two Ministers plus a number of agencies and the ESB on the future of Moneypoint.
Lough Derg has the potential to become “a world class tourism product” if the right strategy is put in place.
*Bobby Kerr, Chairman of the Board, Cliffs of Moher Ltd, Leonard Cleary, Director of Rural Development, Clare County Council and Geraldine Enright, Marketing Manager, Cliffs of Moher centre. Photograph by Eamon Ward. A new shuttle bus service has been launched by the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience aimed at further enhancing sustainable development and management…
*The Cliffs of Moher. Photograph: Ann O’Connell “A disconnect” exists between Clare’s premier tourist attraction and those living in close proximity to it.
Long serving Cooraclare councillor Bill Chambers was unanimously elected as the Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District but his appointment to the Corporate Policy Group met opposition at the District’s first meeting since the local elections.