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19-01-2021, 21:30   #6886
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my only point is that traffic using this route won't be using the M8. The route will be (at a guess) continuous N40/M40 no doubt with a connection off it to the Glanmire Bypass/ M8 (This may entail re-designating part of the N8/M8 as M40/N40. )
Wasn’t something similar meant to happen with the N18 supposed to become the M7 at Cratloemoyle?
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20-01-2021, 17:28   #6887
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Hi,

Does anybody know when the preferred route is expected to be picked?
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Does anybody know when the preferred route is expected to be picked?
July/August was the guidance I was given during consultation
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July/August was the guidance I was given during consultation
How wide is the corridor route that will be chosen?
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How wide is the corridor route that will be chosen?
Not too sure. All I was told was it will definitely be somewhere within the corridors and won't branch outside them in any place. TBF to them though, I didn't ask the width
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Not too sure. All I was told was it will definitely be somewhere within the corridors and won't branch outside them in any place. TBF to them though, I didn't ask the width
The big worry in all this is Eamon Ryan. Hes stalled the Northern distributer Road in Limerick city. Who's going to be surprised if he comes out and stalls this. He could say we are working remotely..we ll upgrade the railway between Kent and Colbert...ect. The Greens will try and put a spanner in this roads spokes...wait and see
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The big worry in all this is Eamon Ryan. Hes stalled the Northern distributer Road in Limerick city. Who's going to be surprised if he comes out and stalls this. He could say we are working remotely..we ll upgrade the railway between Kent and Colbert...ect. The Greens will try and put a spanner in this roads spokes...wait and see
By the time it's ready to start construction ,they may be out of government
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So is there a complete freeze on planning permissions for houses/sheds within these corridors . Will the planning freeze be lifted on the non chosen routes when they choose a preferred route or will it be when the chosen route is all approved by An Bord Pleanála in 2 or 3 years?

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So is there a complete freeze on planning permissions for houses/sheds within these corridors . Will the planning freeze be lifted on the non chosen routes when they choose a preferred route or will it be when the chosen route is all approved by An Bord Pleanála in 2 or 3 years?

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Haven't heard anything official but I would expect that any planning restrictions in place at the moment will be removed around the unsuccessful route option once the decision has been made later in the year.

You won't have to wait until planning is granted on the successful route for restrictions to be lifted on the unsuccessful route
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I just found out that the corridors are 500m wide.
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I just found out that the corridors are 500m wide.
That is normal for option selection stage. The preferred corridor is refined during the design stage.
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That is normal for option selection stage. The preferred corridor is refined during the design stage.
Yes but I think all properties within any corridor cannot get planning permission while the selection process is ongoing.
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Wasn’t something similar meant to happen with the N18 supposed to become the M7 at Cratloemoyle?
M18 rather than M7. That’ll never happen, there’s houses fronting onto the N18 all the way from Cratloemoyle to Shannon.
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Yes but I think all properties within any corridor cannot get planning permission while the selection process is ongoing.
An unfortunate consequence of proper planning and development. I would like to know if new infrastructure was planned next to me before proceeding with planning.
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M18 rather than M7. That’ll never happen, there’s houses fronting onto the N18 all the way from Cratloemoyle to Shannon.
Supposed to be reclassified as N7 from the Limerick inn junction back in the day.
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