Town Hall Meeting – 8pm, Thurs 22nd April 2021

Coillte have lodged an Appeal with An Bord Pleanála. Observations must be submitted by the public, on or before Monday 10th May 2021 to The Secretary, An Bord Pleanála, 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, D01 V902 with €50. Case Reference : PL01.309937 The purpose of this Save Mount Leinster Virtual Town Hall meeting, tomorrow, Thursday 22nd,Continue reading “Town Hall Meeting – 8pm, Thurs 22nd April 2021”

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Tomorrow week (25th) is your last day to submit your letter of objection re. the wind farm proposal, to Carlow Co Co. SaveMountLeinster website FAQ section has tips and guidelines on emailing/writing your submission. Keep our Blackstairs Mountains one of Ireland’s few wild places.

Town Hall Meeting – this Thursday 4th Feb

You are invited to a Virtual Town Hall meeting on Thursday 4th February from 7.30-9 pm in our Zoom Hall. RSVP to savemountleinster@gmail.com for a zoom link. Numbers are limited so book your virtual seat asap. Our community will discuss the current windfarm proposal by Coillte at Corraby Gap/ Kilbrannish at Mount Leinster. If you are thinkingContinue reading “Town Hall Meeting – this Thursday 4th Feb”

Even in a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent economic recovery phase, the binding rights in the Aarhus Convention Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters CANNOT be reduced or curtailed. In advance of the pending application from Coillte to the Co Co, let your local reps know about your right to participate in this process.

Suggested text for your letter to your local reps Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing to you in relation to the proposed planning application to Carlow County  Council by Coillte for a wind farm development on Croaghaun Mountain at the foot of Mount Leinster comprising  7 X 178m turbines as phase 1 of this development, with theContinue reading “Even in a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent economic recovery phase, the binding rights in the Aarhus Convention Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters CANNOT be reduced or curtailed. In advance of the pending application from Coillte to the Co Co, let your local reps know about your right to participate in this process.”

Coillte Planning Notice 12 Jan 2021 – Carlow Nationalist Newspaper

Notice for Windfarm appeared in Carlow Nationalist on Tues 12th Jan 2021. Coillte have two weeks to lodge their application into Carlow County Council – they can lodge their application any time within this two week period. If you wish to lodge an objection it costs €20 payable to Carlow Co Co, and you haveContinue reading “Coillte Planning Notice 12 Jan 2021 – Carlow Nationalist Newspaper”