News 2018 

Title:  Have your say on the management of Coillte forests
Date:  30/05/2018

Coillte Consultation Meetings

Coillte is currently holding a series of public consultation meetings across its six Business Area Units (BAUs) nationwide. 

 The purpose of the BAU consultation meetings is to provide;

  • a forum for Coillte to discuss issues of common interest with environmental, social and community groups and individuals,
  • an opportunity for Coillte to receive advice, views and suggestions from stakeholders on its plans,
  • an opportunity for stakeholders to receive information about Coillte’s policies, plans and practices.

This is an important opportunity for the public to have a say in the management of our state-owned forests. Mountaineering Ireland urges members to attend the consultation meetings in areas where you regularly walk or climb.

These are drop-in sessions (not four-hour meetings), go along at the time that suits you between 3pm and 7pm.

BAU 1

19th June 2018   TF Royal Hotel and Theatre, Castlebar - 3pm-7pm

20th June 2018    Ballybofey - Villa Rose Hotel - 3pm-7pm

BAU 2

30th May 2018    Coillte Office, Orantown Centre, Oranmore, Co. Galway – 3pm-7pm

14th June 2018    Coillte Office, Drewsboro, Scarriff, Co. Clare – 3pm-7pm

BAU 3

19th June 2018    Tullamore Court Hotel, Tullamore, Co. Offaly – 3pm -7pm

20th June 2018    Kilmore Hotel,  Cavan – 7pm-10pm

BAU 4

30th May 2018   Parkview Hotel, Newtownmountkennedy, Co Wicklow - 3pm–7pm

5th June 2018     Hotel Kilkenny, Kilkenny - 3pm–7pm

BAU 5

19th June 2018    Cahir House Hotel, Cahir, Co Tipperary - 3pm-7pm

20th June 2018    Horse & Jockey Hotel, Thurles, Co Tipperary - 3pm-7pm

BAU 6

19th June 2018         River Island Hotel, Lower Main Street, Castleisland, Co. Kerry 3pm-7pm

20th June 2018         The Parkway Hotel, Dunmanway West, Co Cork 3pm-7pm

 

See also:

Coillte forest plans

Mountaineering Ireland response to Coillte FSC consultation April 2018

 

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