YOUR PPN REPRESENTATIVES

(Some of whom are camera shy…but we’re working on it!)

The Local Community Development Committee is comprised of Council Officials, Elected Councillors, and various business and community representatives. Among other things LCDC has the job of developing and overseeing the community elements of the 6 year long Local Economic and Community Plan.
These are your PPN representatives on this committee:

The Joint Policing Committee (JPC) aims to develop greater consultation, cooperation and synergy on policing and crime issues between An Garda Síochána, Local Authorities and elected local representatives. The JPC also facilitates the participation of the community and voluntary sector in this regard.

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This committee is made up of Elected Councillors, Council Officials and business, community and social partner representatives. They have the role of helping to form and advise on and monitor all policies relating to economics, enterprise, planning and tourism development in the county.
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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, cultural services, arts and sports in County Clare.
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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 on and monitor all policies relating to rural development, community development and ICT.
These are your PPN representatives on this committee:

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 on and monitor all policies relating to roads, water and fire services and the environment in County Clare.
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This committee is comprised of Elected Councillors, Council Officials, Members of the Traveller Community and representatives from community organisations (Clare Care and Clare Local Development Company. The role of the Committee is to advise in the preparation and implementation of the Traveller Accommodation Programme, to advise in the management of accommodation for Travellers and to provide a liaison between Travellers and members and officials of Clare County Council.
Sarah Clancy is Clare PPN’s acting representative on this committee. Diane Sherlock, Bernard McDonagh and Helen McDonagh are the Traveller Community Representatives on this committee.
These are your PPN representatives on this committee:

Fisheries Local Action Groups are Committees that manage and administer funding aimed at supporting and diversifying enterprise and increasing employment in Coastal Areas. FLAGs are made up of public and private partners from the defined geographical areas and must include representatives from different sectors of the local economy/ community that broadly reflect the main focus of their strategy and the socioeconomic composition of the area through a balanced representation of the main stakeholders, including private sector, public sector and civil society and ensure a significant representation of the fisheries and/or aquaculture sectors.

The Clare Local Sports Partnership (CLSP) was established in 2001 by the Irish Sports Council (ISC), now known as Sport Ireland (SI) as part of the Local Sports Partnership Initiative ‘A New Era for Sport’. This approach was the first national physical activity participation strategy funded through a dedicated state agency.
CLSP is a limited company financed by SI, with a requirement of the CLSP to match the ISC contribution. CLSP is governed by a board of director’s representative of key agencies throughout the county. These include Clare / Limerick Education and Training Board, Clare County Council, Disabled People of Clare, An Garda Siochana, HSE, Clare Community Forum, Clare Local Development Company, Clare Public Participation Network, Chamber of Commerce and sport representatives. These representatives also individually sit on sub-committees with reporting functions to the board.
Ger O’Halloran is Clare PPN’s representative on the Clare Sports Partnership Board.

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