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This website was last updated on 24th June 2016 by JMcC.Want to keep up to date on developments - click here now:
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Important InformationSEAT are delighted with news that Environment Minister Edwin Poots has called for a public inquiry into the north-south interconnector. In a statement he said,
īThis proposal raises a number of issues which need further exploration. This includes the impact on public health and the consideration of alternative technologies such as underground cabling'.SEAT would like to thank all those who have supported this campaign over the last three years in terms of attending meetings, letter writing and fundraising. However there is still a long road ahead of us and it is essential that all those individuals and families who wish to see high strength power lines undergrounded in the future continue to support this campaign. SEAT are confident that this forthcoming public inquiry will provide oppoprtunities for all concerns and anxieties to be fully aies to be fully and fairyly examined before an independent commissioner. Click here to see SEAT's reaction to this news.
Objections to the planning application - Planning Service have informed SEAT "The Department is required to take account of all written comments in relation to the planning merits of a proposal received prior to the determination of the planning application". This appears to indicate that we can object to the planning application right up until a decision is made, although obviously the sooner the objections are received, the better for our case.Read more about the campaign...
Other Related Sites
- Details of the campaign South of the border: pylonpressure.ie
- Safe Alternative For Electricity: safelines.ie
- The Medcross Group: cogreslab.co.uk
- Stirling Before Pylons: stirlingbeforepylons.org
- Donegal; Alternative to Pylons: dun-na-ngall.com
- Dungarvan Anti Pylon Group : www.rethinkpylons.org/#home.html
- Human Radiation Effects Group: electric-fields.bris.ac.uk