Judicial Review 19 July 2017:


Aimee Treacy, Cllr PJ Hanlon FF, Cllr Seamus Coyle FF, Padraig O Reilly,  Senator Diarmuid Wilson FF and Senator Robbie Gallagher FF. Apologies from Brendan Smith FF who is currently abroad on a trade mission.


First Day of Judicial Review 18 July 2017

 Cllr Damien O Reilly, Aimee Treacy (NEPPC), Cllr Tommy Reilly, Thomas Byrne TD and Shane Cassells TD

July 19, 2017

Irish Times Article: North-south interconnector decision ‘failed to consider Brexit

Landowners claim at start of legal challenge they were ‘excluded’ from planning process

Continue July 19, 2017

Laois Today: Anger as Eirgrid sub-station works begin before planning conditions are met

A local community in Laois have called for a massive sub-station development in their area to be scrapped after work started on the project without having full planning permission..

Continue June 16, 2017

Micheál Martin slams Energy Minister over North-South interconnector

From Northern Sound Website: The Fianna Fáil Leader has criticised the Energy Minister for refusing to meet with community groups over the North South Interconnector. Listen to interview here:

Continue May 22, 2017

Important Update – MAY 2017, Outcome of High Court Proceedings 10th May:

  • No entry by EirGrid or its agents on to landowners’ property allowed

  • Forms of Authority remain in place

  • No construction works can take place

  • Main Judicial Review will take place on 18th July

May 11, 2017

DCCAE Terms of Reference an irresponsible charade and a damaging blow to public confidence in the democratic process

The Terms of Reference just published by the DCCAE are very damaging on two fronts: They display a complete disregard for the democratic process both inside and outside of the Dáil and Seanad. They have purposely eliminated addressing the significant impacts on the individuals and communities affected by the project.

Continue May 10, 2017

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