Council appeals watchdog ruling on Cliffs of Moher car park files

The local authority is appealing to the High Court a decision by the Information Commissioner to allow the release of some records relating to visitors to the top tourist attraction that it argues are commercially sensitive

15th July, 2018

Clare County Council is seeking to overturn a ruling by the state’s information watchdog in relation to a long-running dispute over parking facilities at the Cliffs of Moher.

The local authority is appealing to the High Court a decision by the Information Commissioner to allow the release of some records relating to visitors to the top tourist attraction that it argues are commercially sensitive.

Park and ride firm Diamrem, which is run by...

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