Clare County Council has commenced a public consultation process in relation to the newly amended Draft Clare County Development Plan 2017-2023.
The Draft Plan has been placed on public display until Wednesday, October 12 and When adopted the six-year blueprint will replace the existing County Development Plan 2011-2017. It will be the seventh such plan since 1964.
Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council Bill Chambers is encouraging members of the public to make themselves familiar with the details of the Draft Plan and the proposed amendments.
“The Draft Plan has been the subject of an extensive consultation process involving councillors, planners and the general public during the past 18 months. The public’s input is central to the planning authority and elected members in their consideration of this important strategy, which will have a positive impact on every community in County Clare in the years ahead.”
Brian McCarthy, senior planner, Clare County Council, noted that the Draft Plan has been the subject of extensive public engagement and he has encouraged the public “to continue to play a key role in the development of the Plan.”
Copies of the proposed amendments to the Draft Clare County Development Plan 2017-2023 may be inspected during normal opening hours up to and including Wednesday, October 12 at Áras Contae an Chláir, Ennis; De Valera Library, Ennis and Local Study Centre, Harmony Row, Ennis; All public libraries; All Municipal District Offices; and on www.clarecoco.ie.