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Public consultation is important to us.  We need to know what issues effect our local communities and what are the needs of individuals and communities living in our local areas.  This helps us make better decisions in terms of our plans, our policies and the services and supports that we provide.

 

Current Invitations for Submissions from the Public

 

Have your say on proposed reforms of the electoral registration process

The Government has published proposals to make it simpler and more user-friendly for people to register to vote or change their registration details. 

 

Part 8 Public Consultation for the construction of Meenamullagan Bridge

It is proposed to carry out construction works to replace the existing collapsed bridge in the Townland of Meenamullagan, which is located on the local road (LT17214) and spans the River Crana.  Submissions and observations  may be made before 4.30pm on Tuesday 12th February 2019. 

 

Waste Reception Plan 2019 -2021

The Draft Waste Reception Plan for the ports & harbours within the jurisdiction of County Donegal will be available for public inspection from the 3rd December, 2018 to the 21st December, 2018, at the Road Design Office, Donegal County Council, County House, Lifford, Co. Donegal and other Council offices - (see Notice for details) and online. The Notice also gives detail of how comments/observations may be submitted.

 

Notice of proposed making of Bye - Laws for Parking in Ballyshannon

Representations in relation to the Draft Bye-Laws may be made in writing to the Council not later than 12.00 noon on the 14th day of January 2019, which will then be considered by the Council. All such representations should be addressed to Donegal County Council, Donegal Public Services Centre, Drumlonagher, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal

 

Draft Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy 

The Northern & Western Regional Assembly’s (NWRA) Draft Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy (Draft RSES) was published for public consultation on 19 November, 2018.  The objective of the RSES is to support the implementation of the National Planning Framework – Ireland 2040.  The consultation process period for submissions will extend to 5pm on 8 February, 2018

 

Proposed Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Plant, Wales

The Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government has received notice from the UK’s Planning Inspectorate (PINS) in relation to a development consent application by Horizon Power for a proposed Nuclear Power Plant in Anglesey, North Wales, United Kingdom. Submission or observations on the potential transboundary environmental effects of the project can be made to Donegal County Council by close of business on Friday 25 January 2019 at the latest.

 

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