The Kildare farmer who has unsuccessfully opposed plans by Intel for a new $4 billion (€3.63bn) facility at the chip giant’s Leixlip plant has lodged a fresh objection against another Intel planning application for the site.
The barrister representing 25 landowners opposed to the compulsory purchase of their lands for a greenway in south Kerry has told the An Bord Pleanála hearing the board will be acting contrary to a 2014 European Directive and to Irish law if it does not grant an adjournment.
Amazon executives will come face to face with the two objectors opposing the first phase of the company’s €1bn data centre plan for Dublin. This follows a ruling by Bord Pleanála that an oral hearing will be held into the plan at its offices on September 26.
Cork City Council has been accused of giving the GAA “the freedom to do what they choose” after the developers of the new Páirc Uí Chaoimh demolished existing stands that were to be retained, according to the planning permission conditions granted to the project.
After almost a decade in the doldrums, renewed activity is expected across a number of fronts in Cork city’s docklands and quays in 2016, with knock-on effects on major sites downriver in Cork harbour including Marino Point and Ringaskiddy.
The Government was yesterday accused of "political sharp practice" for sanctioning, a week before the local elections, a €30m grant of taxpayers’ money to help fund the €70m regeneration of Pairc Uí Chaoimh in Cork.