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Proposed Variation (No. 6) of the Cork City Development Plan; Bishopstown & Wilton Action Area Plan


Notice is hereby given that Cork City Council, in accordance with the powers conferred on it by the Planning & Development Acts 2000-2002 hereby gives notice that it has prepared a Proposed Variation No. 6 of the Cork City Development Plan 2004.

Cork City Council has prepared the Bishopstown & Wilton Area Action Plan. Included in the Area Action Plan are a number of policy proposals that are materially different to the City Plan 2004, and therefore the statutory development plan must be changed. Key changes to the development plan include those relating to the proposed redevelopment of areas at Wilton Shopping Centre and Carrigrohane Road In order to incorporate the proposed changes to the City Plan 2004, it is proposed to undertake a formal Variation pursuant to Part II Section 13 of the Planning and Development Acts 2000-2002. 

A copy of the proposed variation may be inspected at the locations listed below at the stated times during the period between 15 October 2007 and 13 November 2007 inclusive.

  • Planning and Development Dept., City Hall, Cork   9.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m (Monday – Friday Inclusive)

  • Main Reception, City Hall, Cork  9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.  (Monday – Friday Inclusive)

  • Central Library, Grand Parade, Cork 10.00 a.m. – 5.30 p.m. (Monday  – Saturday Inclusive)

Written submissions or observations with respect to the proposed variation may be made to the Planning Authority during the period of Monday 15 October 2007 to Tuesday 13 November 2007 and should be addressed to:

Kevin Terry ,
Director of Services & City Engineer,
Planning & Development Directorate,
City Hall, Cork

or by email with your name and postal address to planning@corkcity.ie.

All written submissions received by 4.30p.m on Tuesday 13 November 2007 will be taken into consideration before the making of the variation to the Cork City Development Plan 2004.

  Proposed Variation (No.6) Cork City Development Plan 2004


 

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