Friday 21 March 2008

10-point plan:what was agreed

According to the NRA, it agreed the following with protester Lisa Feeney last Saturday.

• Crib walling to be constructed using preserved timber.

• Works to be supervised by an archaeologist and engineer.

• Landscaping: all exposed areas on Esker to be planted with semi-mature trees.

• Crib wall to be planted with semi-mature vegetation.

• Road alignment to be gauged to move as far south as possible.

• Spoil heap south east of Rath Lugh to be removed or planted with suitable vegetation.

• No additional lands to be purchased in the vicinity of Rath Lugh for road construction.

• A reduction in land available to contractor by up to 7m and a further reduction subject to realignment review.

• Low-noise surfacing to be used between Roestown and Ardsallagh (Skryne-Tara Valley).

• No work to take place on a marked-out space between Baronstown side of the site and Lismullin until April 17th.

The Irish Times

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