Rural Development SPC – 18th September 2018 – Anny Wise

Rural Development SPC – 18th September 2018

Report by Anny Wise

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Representative Name

Anny Wise

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Committee Name

SPC Rural Development

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Date of meeting:
  • Date / Time 09/18/2018
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Your college
  • Environment
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Municipal District
  • Shannon
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Were you asked to raise any issues on behalf of Clare PPN members at this meeting?

Clarification of Terms of Reference of newly appointment Development Officers

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Main topics discussed at the meeting:

Rural Development areas and Tourism

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List any decisions made at the meeting:

Draft of Policy on Columbrium Walls discussed and approved.  Meeting the newly appointed Tourism officer and agreeing to preparing a County Clare Tourism Strategy

There have been four Local Development Officers appointed: each one having their own Municipal District. 3 attended the meeting.

Realising Clare’s Rural Potential – Our Life, Our Home 2026 has 8 objectives.

  1. 4,000 jobs in rural areas over 10 years
  2. Community-run Multi-Service Centres
  3. Towns working together and Parishes partnering each other.
  4. Managing the Environment
  5. Age-Friendly Communities
  6. Celebrating the rural way of life
  7. Broadband and Digital
  8. Transport, Education and Water
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Do you require any action to be taken by Clare PPN staff as a result of this meeting?

Aspect of the Terms of reference for the 4 Local Development offices are within the approved County Rural Development plan called “Realising Clare’s Rural Potential 2016.

Public consultation on Draft Litter Management Plan

Public consultation on Draft Litter Management Plan

As part of the consultative process required under the Litter Pollution Acts 1997-2009, Clare County Council is seeking public participation in the drafting and development of the new Litter Management Plan 2019-2021.

A pre consultation process is commencing today, 24th September 2018, following presentation of a first draft to the Environment and Transportation SPC of Clare Co Council. Public participation in the consultation process is being sought through contact with the following:

– Environment and Transportation Strategic Policy Committee
– Members of Clare County Council
– Voluntary groups and organizations including Clare PPN
– Chambers of Commerce
– Clare Co Council staff

Click here to view: Draft Litter Management Plan 2019-2021

Submissions on the draft are being invited from members of the public.

Social Development SPC – 5th September 2018- Trudy Leyden

Social Development SPC – 5th September 2018- Trudy Leyden

Report by Trudy Leyden

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Representative Name
Trudy Leyden

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Committee Name
SPC Social Development

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Date of meeting:
Date / Time 09/05/2018

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Your college
Community & Voluntary

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Municipal District
Killaloe

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Were you asked to raise any issues on behalf of Clare PPN members at this meeting?
Yes

Q7
Main topics discussed at the meeting:
Housing

Q8
List any decisions made at the meeting:
None

Q9
Do you require any action to be taken by Clare PPN staff as a result of this meeting?
Dermot Hayes asked a question that went unanswered. It concerned the eviction of Traveller families.

Social Development SPC – 5th September 2018 – Dermot Hayes

Social Development SPC – 5th September 2018 – Dermot Hayes

Report by Dermot Hayes

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Representative Name
Dermot Hayes

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Committee Name
Clare Older People re on Clare Policing Committee.and SPC on Social Policy

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Date of meeting:
Date / Time09/05/2018

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Your college
Social Inclusion

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Municipal District
Ennis

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Were you asked to raise any issues on behalf of Clare PPN members at this meeting?
Yes about homeless and giving solutions.

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Main topics discussed at the meeting
Homeless team. homeless hub, building social affordable housing.

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List any decisions made at the meeting:
improve the website. keep building houses.

Q9
Do you require any action to be taken by Clare PPN staff as a result of this meeting?
yes —raise awareness on the current issues.