A PUBLIC consultation will be held this week on the River Suir Sustainable Transport Bridge.
Waterford City & County Council are inviting submissions and observations regarding the proposed new bridge which will cross the River Suir and provide a link between the North Quays and South Quays.A public consultation event will take place in the Granary Building on Hanover Street this Wednesday July 18th from 4pm to 8pm at which further information will be available.Staff from Waterford City & County Council and Roughan & O’Donovan Consulting Engineers project design team will be on hand to answer queries and provide details of the project.
Councillors were briefed on the proposed bridge prior to the commencement of the July plenary meeting last Thursday in Dungarvan.They were shown images of the proposed new bridge and a number of comments and observations were made by local Councillors.
Submissions or observations with respect to the proposed River Suir Transport Bridge, dealing with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area, may be made, to arrive no later than 3pm on 22nd August 2018, by any of the following methods:
In writing, marked ‘River Suir Sustainable Transport Bridge’ to: Peter Keane, Economic Development, Waterford City & County Council, 35 The Mall, Waterford.By email, with the subject ‘River Suir Sustainable Transport Bridge’ to firstname.lastname@example.orgBy electronic submission by filling out the online form at http://bit.ly/SustainableTransportBridge
Information on Plans and particulars may also be viewed on Waterford Council’s website – www.waterfordcouncil.ie