Objectors to a €220m Cork motorway that has received approval from An Bord Pleanála have said they will consider their options in the coming days — including potential court action — to prevent the development from going ahead.
Wed, 04 Jul, 2018
The Government and opposition have united in anger over An Bord Pleanála’s approval for an incinerator at Ringaskiddy, insisting the move is a “kick in the teeth” to a community playing a key role in the future of Cork City.
Fri, 01 Jun, 2018
Groups representing business and industry have given their backing to a proposed motorway from Cork to Ringaskiddy — with one group expressing “frustration” at the lack of progress in building the road to date.
Fri, 01 Dec, 2017
A proposed €180m motorway linking Cork City to Ringaskiddy will be “going into the bedrooms” of residents living along the route, Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin told a planning hearing yesterday.
Sat, 11 Nov, 2017
They handed kids to the childminder, burnt the midnight oil brushing up on research and refused to be beaten by the planning system. Environmental lobby group CHASE could write the handbook for running a tight campaign. Later this week, they should know if their marathon efforts have all been in vain, writes
Mon, 23 Oct, 2017
Healthcare solutions company Novartis Ringaskiddy has just marked a number of very significant milestones; having recently welcomed the global Novartis board of directors to the Cork campus, the company has also just unveiled its first ever Cork-born site lead.
Fri, 08 Sep, 2017
An aviation expert, hired to address Department of Defence (DoD) concerns about the impact on aviation safety of a proposed incinerator in Co Cork, claims the objections are “not consistent” with the department’s policy of “minimal development of the aviation infrastructure, including safety” at a nearby naval base.
Sat, 03 Jun, 2017
Why some of the data included as part of Indaver Ireland’s application to build an incinerator in Ringaskiddy appears identical to a 2008 application by another company for an entirely different facility in Co Meath remained a mystery yesterday on the final day of an oral hearing into the proposed project.
Wed, 18 May, 2016
Fortnightly analysis of emissions from a proposed incinerator does not constitute “continuous monitoring”, leaving locals potentially exposed to unsafe dioxin levels, an expert in industrial process instrumentation has warned.
Wed, 04 May, 2016
The company proposing to build a waste-to-energy plant in Ringaskiddy, Co Cork, has dismissed claims that incinerators account for 70% of all dioxins or that an explosion which recently rocked one of its Belgian sites could happen here.
Thu, 21 Apr, 2016
Sixteen years later and €12m poorer, Indaver is no less committed to building an incinerator in Ringaskiddy. On the eve of yet another oral hearing and with a third planning application under scrutiny, Indaver Ireland chief John Ahern tells that he’s upbeat about their chances of success.
Mon, 18 Apr, 2016