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Extension to burial ground at Athgarvan Road, Newbridge

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 2000 (Part XI) (As amended)

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS 2001 (Part VIII) AND

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS 2006

Extension to burial ground at Athgarvan Road, Newbridge, Co Kildare

Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given that Kildare County Council proposes to extend the burial ground at Athgarvan Road, Newbridge, County Kildare.

The proposed extension is to the existing St. Conleth’s Cemetery, Newbridge. It is a two phased extension. Phase one is approximately 0.96 hectares in size and phase two is approximately 0.73 hectares in size.

Plans and particulars of the proposed extension will be available for inspection or purchase at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy during normal opening hours from Tuesday 7 February 2012 until Tuesday 20 March 2012 at the following locations:

Environment Department: Kildare County Council, at the address below

Newbridge Library, Athgarvan Road, Newbridge,

Kildare County Council’s website at www.kildarecountycouncil.ie

Submissions or observations with respect to the proposed development, dealing with the proper planning and development of the area in which the proposed development would be situated may be made in writing to:

Senior Executive Officer, Environment Section, Kildare County Council, at the address below on or before 12.00 noon Tuesday 3 April 2012

Submissions should be headed; “Extension to Newbridge Burial Ground”

All comments, including names and addresses of those making comments, submitted to the council in regard to this project will form part of the statutorily required report to be presented to the monthly meeting of Kildare County Council. Accordingly they will also be included in the minutes of that meeting and may appear in the public domain.

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