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Notice of Compulsory Acquisition of Land - M7 Osberstown Interchange & R407 Sallins Bypass Scheme

Form of Notice of the approval by An Bord Pleanála under section 49 (as amended by section 9 of the Roads Act 2007) of the Roads Act 1993 of a motorway scheme, service area scheme, busway scheme or protected road scheme made under ection 47 (as amended by section 9 of the Roads Act 2007) of the Roads Act 1993 as respects all or part of the land to which the scheme relates which may be compulsorily acquired under section 52(1) of the Roads Act 1993 and which notice of is required to be published in accordance with section 78(1) of the Housing Act 1966.

Notice of Compulsory Acquisition of Land

Section 78(1) (as applied by section 52(1) of the Roads Act 1993) of the

Housing Act 1966

Kildare County Council

M7 Osberstown Interchange & R407 Sallins Bypass Scheme 2013,

Motorway Order 2013

An Bord Pleanála has approved, with modifications, the above scheme under section 49(3) of the Roads Act 1993 in respect of Kildare County Council which is, under section 52(1) of the Roads Act 1993, authorised to compulsorily acquire any land or substratum of land or any rights in relation to land specified in the approved scheme.

A copy of the scheme as approved may be seen at all reasonable hours at the offices of Kildare County Council;

Kildare County Council, Áras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas, Co Kildare (Transportation Department, Level 4) during the hours of 9.00 am to 5.00 pm – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (excepting Bank Holidays), 9.30am – 5.00 pm – Wednesday.

AND

Kildare County Council, National Roads Office, Block B, Maudlins, Naas, Co. Kildare during the hours of 9.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday inclusive (excepting Bank Holidays).

Published by Kildare County Council on 23rd September 2014

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