Concerns raised to council regarding Eadestown planning prosposal

Church_in_Eadestown,_KildareI have joined with the many residents in the Eadestown area in voicing my concern of the proposed infill site in the area. You can read my full submission to Kildare County Council here.

Like the residents I believe there will be serious negative consequences if the proposed development goes ahead. The excessive scale and prolonged timescale of this development will have a detrimental effect on the community of Eadestown. Continue Reading →

Dunnes to be open in Naas for Christmas

33781992_10156168452471047_5201852548243259392_nExcellent news for Naas Main Street as I have had it confirmed that Dunnes Stores is on course for opening this Christmas 2018. The “To Let” signs revealed on the site in recent days are erroneous and will be taken down overnight. The council have given full planning permission for a supermarket and street cafe and the plan is to have it open by Christmas.

Kildare is left as the forgotten county facing the eye of Storm Emma

28577478_10155954780456047_333058848195608576_nThe people of Kildare are feeling isolated and abandoned by the inadequate level of response being provided to the county by the National Co-Ordination Centre following Storm Emma.

Almost every county in country has been left reeling from the extreme weather event which unfolded in recent days and understandably national resources have been spread nationwide. Continue Reading →