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South Park must not be turned into a 200 space car park to accommodate Pearse Stadium and City Hall has a duty to reject any such application by the GAA.
It has a turnover of €4.75m and gives out an average of €1m per year in LEADER funding but the future of Westmeath Community Development is uncertain.
If City Hall wants to secure extra office space for staff it cam look to its own vacant offices, as well as numerous sites around town, rather than the iconic Comerford House at the Spanish Arch.
The latest National Housing Construction Index complied and issued by Link2Plans has shown a slight increase in construction activity in Westmeath while planning applications continue to follow the national decreasing trend.
Despite the positive afterglow left by the Volvo Ocean Race, South Park’s use as the Global Village site has seen its surface “left in a condition that will preclude its use for some time”.
Mullingar’s parking bylaws are once again to go on public display after councillors pressed ahead with increasing on-street parking from the current one-hour maximum to two hours.
It’s not de-zoning, it’s not re-zoning, it’s just prioritising - and the council is not obliged to take responsibility for any losses landowners suffered if they made plans because their land was zoned.
It is “madness” and “inappropriate” to build a Tesco hypermarket in a heavily residential area on the Rahoon Road. The developer must withdraw the planning application and instead work with the IDA to develop a business park on the site similar to that in Dangan.
Concern is growing among business and residential communities about the proposal to build a Tesco hypermarket on the Seamus Quirke Road/Rahoon Road.