Proposed Material Alterations to Draft Variation (No. 2) of the Meath County Development Plan 2013-2019
The proposed draft Variation (No. 2) will give effect to the Core Strategy of the Meath County Development Plan 2013-2019 and in particular objectives CS OBJ 2, 3 and 5 therein and also to objective ED OBJ 2 contained in the Economic Strategy. The proposed draft Variation (No. 2) seeks to introduce land use zoning objectives and an order of priority into the Meath County Development Plan 2013–2019, which will manage the release of residential and employment lands for 34 no. centres / group of centres across the county.
Click here for Advertisement for Proposed Material Alterations to Draft Variation (No. 2) of the Meath County Development Plan 2013-2019
In addition to the locations listed in the advertisement, a copy of the material alterations is also available for inspection in Ashbourne Library during library opening hours:
Monday 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Tuesday and Thursday 10.00am – 8.30pm
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10.00am – 5.00pm
The proposed Material Alterations to Variation (No. 2) includes the following:
1. Introduction / Alterations to Written Statement.
Please note that Map Number 1 and 2 for Dunboyne and Ratoath have been combined to reduce confusion from that which was originally uploaded on Friday 11th. There is no change in the alterations included therein.
2. Alterations to Book of Maps Volume V which includes SEA / AA determination.
3. Managers Report to Submissions Received with Respect to Draft Variation Number 2
Making a Submission / Observation
Written submissions or observations in relation to the proposed Material Alterations only should be addressed and marked “Proposed Material Alterations to the Draft Variation (No. 2) to Meath County Development Plan 2013-2019” and submitted to the Planning Department, Meath County Council, Abbey Mall, Abbey Road, Navan, Co. Meath before Thursday, 8th May 2014 inclusive. Submissions or observations must be received by 4.00p.m. on Thursday, 8th May 2014.
Written submissions or observations may also be made via email to email@example.com. Submissions made via email must include the full name and address of the person making the submission and where relevant, the body or organisation represented.