Friday November 22, 2019

Flurry of submissions delays National Planning Framework

Business leaders in the mid-west say draft report backs further growth in 'overheating' Dublin region

3rd January, 2018

Large volume of submissions from mid-west on National Planning Framework. Pic: RollingNews.ie

In December, housing minister Eoghan Murphy had dismissed rumours that the government was facing a delay in finalising the plan. But his department has now told The Sunday Business Post that it will not be ready until early this year.

Rose Hynes, who has been a board member at some of the country’s top corporations and chairs Shannon Group, told The Sunday Business Post that the draft report was too supportive of overloading growth in...

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