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05 Oct 2022

Tipperary councillors to get briefing on Ballina enhancement plan

Tipperary councillors to get briefing on Ballina enhancement plan

Tipperary councillors to get briefing on Ballina enhancement plan

The proposed Ballina/Killaloe Enhancement Plan will be before councillors in November for adoption, Nenagh Municipal District administrator Rosemary Joyce told councillors at their October meeting.

She said that a briefing will be given to Clare councillors on November 3, and it was proposed to give a similar briefing on the same date to Nenagh councillors.

District Manager Marcus O’Connor told Cllr Phyll Bugler that councillors would be given a summary of the submissions made on the plan and the responses.

Meanwhile, Cllr Bugler was told that the council was still awaiting a decision from Bord Pleanála on the Ballina Access Promenade and Viewing Area plan.

Cllr Bugler had stated that the proposal was at a "stalemate".

Ms Joyce told her that it was "outside our control. It could come in November, but there is no guarantee."

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