PUBLIC CONSULTATION under SECTION 38 OF THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1994.

Great Southern Trail – N21 Barnagh Hill Cycleway / Walkway Scheme
(in the townlands of Glendarragh & Ballymurragh East

 

Limerick County Council hereby gives notice of the following scheme to be undertaken under section 38 of the Road Traffic Act 1994 with funding from the Smarter Travel Capital Programme (Jobs Initiative). The proposal includes development and upgrading works to the Great Southern Trail walking and cycling route at Barnagh Hill adjacent to the N21 roadway on one side of the road commencing approximately 5.5km west of the town of Newcastle West.
The works proposed involve the development of that section of the Great Southern Trail to include the provision of a rolled gravel surface path and all associated drainage, fencing, signage and repair works to structures and also upgrading works adjacent to the N21 at Barnagh Hill between Newcastle West and Templeglantine. The section of cycleway and walkway is approximately 1.5km in length.
Details of the proposal can be inspected during normal office hours at the Community & Enterprise Section, Limerick County Council, County Hall, Dooradoyle, Co. Limerick and at the Limerick County Council Area Office, Áras William Smith O’Brien, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick from Wednesday 12th October to Friday 28th October 2011. 

Written submissions or observations with respect to the proposal should be made on or before 12 noon on Friday 28th October, 2011 and addressed to:  Administrative Officer, Community & Enterprise Department, Limerick County Council, County Hall, Dooradoyle, Limerick, or forwarded by email to cdb@limerickcoco.ie.

All submissions should be clearly marked “Great Southern Trail – N21 Barnagh Hill Cycleway / Walkway Scheme”.
The proposals are also available below:

N21 Barnagh Hill Cycleway / Walkway Scheme – Appropriate Assessment Screening
N21 Barnagh Hill Cycleway / Walkway Scheme – Environmental Impact Assessment Screening
N21 Barnagh Hill Cycleway / Walkway Scheme – Drawings

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