Issues

News, Updates and Resources

Here I report on some events and activities in which I have been involved that relate to an issue affecting our locality or County. Also are articles discussing specific topics or motions that have been raised at Council, as well as articles highlighting progress on plans, services or facilities.   Get in touch if you would like to meet, get involved with, or have comments on any of these issues. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section also or share for discussion on social media.

 

Community discussion with Minister Malcolm Noonan on Biodiversity & Heritage

Join our online Green Forum community meeting next Wednesday 3rd March at 7pm where we will be in discussion with Minister of State Malcolm Noonan on biodiversity and heritage in the context of county development plans. As our development plan consultation is open...

Submission to Open Space & Recreation strategy

I welcome the opportunity to provide feedback and suggestions as part of the Open Space and Recreation strategy public consultation. Previous strategy The current 2011 strategy states that An open space strategy enables a local authority to adopt an organised approach...

Dart+Maynooth Rail Project

On behalf of the Municipal District all Councillors made the following submission to the first phase of the consultation on expansion of the Dart service to Maynooth. Submission to Dart + Maynooth ConsultationFrom Celbridge-Leixlip Municipal District, Co. KildareDate:...

Celbridge Leixlip LPT Community Innovation Fund

The Councillors of the Celbridge-Leixlip Municipal District have developed a new fund from Local Property Tax 2021 - the Celbridge Leixlip Community Innovation Fund. The fund incorporates COVID community activities. AIM: The aim of this fund is to allow groups, for...

Land ownership M4

17th Dec 2021 Question: Can the council confirm if it or Transport Infrastructure Ireland owns the land folio references KE60699F and KE6260 along the M4 in Celbridge? Report: All lands acquired for road schemes are always eventually registered to Kildare County...