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NEPPC challenge An Bord Pleanála decision on North-South Interconnector

Judicial review lasting 6 days hears of major issues relating to the EirGrid planning application.

Continue July 30, 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

Government showing blatant disregard for democratic process in ignoring Dáil and Seanad motions

Minister Naughten’s refusal to accept FF motion on North-South interconnector will only delay project further

Continue March 13, 2017

Landowners renew their vows of unity and solidarity in support of undergrounding

Ninety five percent of landowners authorise NEPPC to continue to represent their interests in all dealings with EirGrid until 2021

Continue March 12, 2017

Seanad Eireann vote reinforces need for Government to fully implement successful Oireachtas Fianna Fáil motion on North-South Interconnector

NEPPC warns that a repeat attempt by Minister to seek approval for a useless amendment is failing to recognise reality

Continue March 6, 2017

NEPPC granted leave to apply for a judicial review of North-South Interconnector decision

An application was made on behalf of NEPPC to the High Court this morning for leave to apply for judicial review in respect of the decision to grant approval for the North South Interconnector.

Continue February 21, 2017

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