WESTMEATH COUNTY COUNCIL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 2000 AS AMENDED (PART XI) PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS 2001 – 2015 (PART 8)
PUBLIC NOTICE : PUBLIC REALM ENHANCEMENT WORKS TO CHURCH STREET, ATHLONE
Notice is hereby given in accordance with the requirements of the above Regulations that Westmeath County Council proposes to carry out enhancement works to Church Street,Athlone between Custume Place and Griffith Street.
The proposed development, which is the subject of this Part 8, will include the following:
1. Traffic calming of Church Street and the junctions with Northgate Street/Custume Place/Church Street and the Bawn/Mardyke Street/Dublin Gate Street intersections.
2. The paving of Church Street in a combination of different stone types to include Granite, Limestone and Basalt that takes account of the access needs of pedestrians,mobility impaired persons and service vehicles,
3. The provision of new street furniture, soft landscaping and trees
4. Installation of new route signage.
The implementation of the scheme necessitates the introduction of a one-way traffic system on Church Street.
Plans and particulars including a design statement for the proposed development may be inspected at Athlone Civic Centre, Church Street, Athlone between the hours of 9am and 4pm, Monday to Friday excluding Bank Holidays from Wednesday 1st February 2017 to Monday 20th March 2017.
The documentation may be inspected on the Council’s website at www.westmeathcoco.ie
Submissions and observations with respect to the proposed development, dealing with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area in which the development is proposed, may be made in writing to Westmeath County Council, and should be addressed to:-
The Planning Section, Athlone Civic Centre, Church Street, Athlone, to be received
not later than 4.00pm on Tuesday 4th April 2017 or may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and marked Church Street Enhancement.
Advisory Note: This Part 8 process has been recommenced due to a technical issue with the