Re: Re: university of limerick
Planning Application 10809 (Clare County Council)
For the upgrading and improvement of an existing pedestrian walkway and the linkage of the route to the existing Cappavilla student village.
The planning application seeks both permission and RETENTION permission as follows:
a) Planning permission for the provision of a board walk section measuring approx. 657 metres
b) Planning permission for the provision of upgrading materials over a section measuring approx. 823 metres
c) Planning permission for permanent RETENTION of a portion of boardwalk measuring approx. 45 metres
d) Planning permission for permanent RETENTION of an upgraded portion of the walkway measuring approx. 585 metres
e) Planning permission for a new route to link the upgraded walkway to Cappavilla student village measuring approx. 205 metres.
The upgraded and improved walkway is located close to the southern boundary of the University’s Clare campus and will be for pedestrian use only.
Garraun, Clonlara, Co. Clare
The existing 45 metre boardwalk for retention should give people a good idea as to how the planned 657 metre section will look like. A simple wooden-plank construction to walk on without any railing. It runs right along the water edge embedded among the river reeds. Obviously a very nice place to stroll, wouldnâ€™t be too surprised if some wild-life issues come up.
ECOFACT are the environmental consultants.