LOCAL TRAVELLER ACCOMMODATION CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
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.
REPRESENTATIVES MEETING REPORTS
Report from external facilitator from Clare LTACC meeting April 6th 2017
Note to Clare LTACC, following meeting on April 6th2017 Prepared by Fiona Neary, External Facilitator. Firstly, thank-you to the members of the committee for your invitation to attend and facilitate this meeting. This note is intended as a reflection of key issues as...
Clare PPN calls for emergency plan to be put in place for roadside dwelling Travellers during weather alerts
Clare Public Participation Network Statement: Date: 17/10/2017 Clare PPN calls for emergency plan to be put in place for roadside-dwelling Travellers during weather alerts. Clare Public Participation Network’s Social Inclusion Representatives commend Clare County...
Report from Sarah Clancy on meeting of the Local Traveller Consultative Committee meeting of 19th September 2017
Report from Sarah Clancy Clare PPN’s representative on Clare County Council’s Local Traveller Accommodation Consultative Committee of meeting of September 19th 2017 Chair Mike McKee welcomed Siobhan Mulcahy to the role of representing Clare County Council's Social...
Clare PPN Social Inclusion College Submission to the Review of the Rebuilding Ireland
Submission to Rebuilding Ireland from Clare Public Participation Network: August 10th 2017 Clare Public Participation Network wishes to make the following submissions to this review of Rebuilding Ireland: Clare PPN wishes in this submission to highlight and draw...
Reports from all representatives will be here.