PPN REPS ON THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SPC 

This committee is made up of Elected Councillors, Council Officials and community and social partner representatives. They have the role of helping to form, advise and monitor all policies relating to housing and planning in County Clare.

These are your PPN representatives on this committee:

REPRESENTATIVES MEETING REPORTS

Social Development SPC – 5th September 2018- Trudy Leyden

Social Development SPC - 5th September 2018- Trudy Leyden Report by Trudy Leyden Q1 Representative Name Trudy Leyden Q2 Committee Name SPC Social Development Q3 Date of meeting: Date / Time 09/05/2018 Q4 Your college Community & Voluntary Q5 Municipal District...

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Social Development SPC – 5th September 2018 – Dermot Hayes

Social Development SPC - 5th September 2018 - Dermot Hayes Report by Dermot Hayes Q1 Representative Name Dermot Hayes Q2 Committee Name Clare Older People re on Clare Policing Committee.and SPC on Social Policy Q3 Date of meeting: Date / Time09/05/2018 Q4 Your college...

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Social Develpment SPC 8th May 2018

Q1 Representative Name dermot hayes Q2 Committee Name SPC on Social Development Q3 Date of meeting: Date / Time05/08/2018 Q4 Your college Social Inclusion Q5 Municipal District Ennis Q6 Were you asked to raise any issues on behalf of Clare PPN members at this meeting?...

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Congratulations to our newly elected Representatives

The results of the recent Clare PPN Representatives elections were revealed at our plenary meeting on 14th June 2018 Congratulations to Ann Marie Flanagan who has been elected to represent the Social Inclusion Groups of Clare PPN on Clare County Council's Local...

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Clare PPN Notice of Elections May 21st 2018

Clare PPN Notice of Elections 21st of May 2018 Acceptance of nominations has been extended to Thursday 7th June at 5pm. Clare Public Participation Network gives notice of its intention to conduct elections from among its membership for the following positions which...

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MINUTES OF MEETINGS

Click HERE to read the minutes from Clare County Council’s Social Development SPC.

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