16 - Monitoring & Implementation

Dúnta14 Már, 2022, 9:00am - 24 Bea, 2022, 4:00pm

Chapter 16 - Monitoring & Implementation  


The Development Plan provides a framework to guide and manage the sustainable development of County Kildare over the period to 2029, where it is anticipated that a substantial quantum of new homes and accompanying servicing infrastructure will come on stream throughout the county.

Under section 15 (1) of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended) Kildare County Council is statutorily obliged to take such steps within its powers to secure the objectives of the Development Plan. Furthermore, the draft Ministerial Guidelines for Planning Authorities on Development Plans issued under Section 28 of the Act, outline specific measures which the Council is required to undertake with regards to the monitoring and implementation of the provisions of the Development Plan.


See Chapter 16


Glac síntiús

Please see our attachment for Chapter 16
Proposed Changes to Draft CDP Chapter 16
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