Clare’s longest serving councillor has declared all members of the County Council both elected representatives and staff were “asleep at the wheel” with regard to planning Moneypoint’s future.
Caution has been issued by elected representatives with consideration for ‘the health of future generations’ and that ‘communities could be split’ if masts are to be erected in parts of the county.
To bring more promotional benefits to the area the Mid-West region needs to be renamed the Shannon region, one councillor has stated.
Stipulations in the current County Development Plan mean what was formerly Our Lady’s Hospital cannot be knocked or delisted until after 2023 at the earliest.
*Liam Conneally speaking at Monday’s opening of LIT Ennis. Ennis’ third level presence is going to become “bigger and greater”, Clare County Council’s Director of Economic Development has outlined.
*Limerick Institute of Technology’s newest campus, situated on Bindon Street, Ennis, Co. Clare, was officially opened by Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen TD. Pictured at the official opening were from left Professor Vincent Cunnane, LIT President, Minister Pat Breen TD and Deputy Mayor of…
Clare’s longest serving local elected representative has described the county as “the most anti-rural” so far as planning regulations are concerned.
Clare’s current grass cutting policy for houses in estates owned by the Council is to be continued for the foreseeable future with a senior engineer observing that community groups tend to be “much more attentive” when taking on a role than paid employees.
Ennis Data Centre which will be the largest of its kind in the west of Ireland is in the early stages of preplanning.
*Photograph: Shannon Tidy Towns Contractors hired by Clare County Council to carry out maintenance work across the county have been warned that they may not receive payment for their work if it is not conducted to standard.