Public Asked For Their Views As ‘Blayney Town Plan Is Reviewed

18 March 2011 No Comments by The Northern Standard

A MAJOR review is to be undertaken of the Development Plan for Castleblayney which will have direct implications for all future planning within, and around, the mid-Monaghan town.
Ths emerged last week when the Town Clerk Mr. Jerome Savage indicated in a letter to the councilors that ,Castleblayney Town Council intends to review the existing Development Plan for the town which covered the period 2007-2013, and prepare a new Development Plan for the area for the six-year period from 2013 to 2019.
The thoughts and views of the public, are invited for the purpose of producing a relevant and significant development plan for the town and the surrounding area to cover development and planning policy or the period from 2013 to 23019.
All inputs are considered important for consideration no matter how small or seemingly insignificant and in this regard a public consultation meeting to which members of the public are invited and which officials from the Planning Section of Monaghan County Council will attend, will be held to discuss all the issues raised, at the Iontas Centre, Castleblayney, on Thursday 24th March next at 7.30pm
Submissions or observations regarding objectives and policies to deliver an overall strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development of the area of the Town Development Plan may be made in writing to the planning authority before 5pm on Friday 6th May 2011. Children, or groups or associations representing the interests of children, are also entitled to make submissions or observations.
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