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Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy for the Eastern and Midland Region Pre-Draft Public Consultation - The public consultation period for submissions on the RSES Issues Paper is extended to 5p.m. Friday 16th February 2018

Date Released: 17 January 2018

 

UPDATE:  The public consultation period for submissions on the RSES Issues Paper is extended to 5 pm on Friday 16th February 2018.

 

 

Original Release Date:  21/11/2017

 

Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy for the whole of the Eastern and Midland Region

 

Notice has been given pursuant to Section 24(1) of the Planning and Development Acts 2000- 2017 (the Act) of the intention of the Eastern and Midland Regional Assembly to commence the process of making a Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy for the whole of the Eastern and Midland Region.

The purpose of the Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy (RSES) is to support the implementation of the emerging National Planning Framework (Ireland 2040 Our Plan) and the economic policies and objectives of the Government by providing a long-term strategic planning and economic framework for the development of the region over a period of between 12 years and 20 years.

The Issues Paper is the first stage in the process of making a Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy (RSES). It is an informative document to highlight some of the key issues facing the region and to assist people in making their submission to this initial consultation process.

It details the matters to be considered in the Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy (as specified at section 23 of the Act) including issues such as:


• The future role of our regional cities, towns and rural areas
• People and Place
• Economy and Employment
• Environment and Heritage
• Infrastructure and Climate

 

For more information and to make a submission visit http://emra.ie/regional-strategies/issues-paper/

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