Tag Archives: Prosperous

Prosperous, Co. Kildare

Requested Update Taking-in-Charge of Emerson Court, Prosperous and The Cloisters, Clane

Clane Area Committe Meeting 8 April 2014 Councillor Pádraig McEvoy Question Can the council update the committee on the prospect or progress of the taking in charge of Emerson Court, Prosperous and The Cloisters, Clane? Report The Planning Authority can no longer take in charge watermains and sewerage infrastructure since 1 January 2014, when the council’s role Continue Reading...

Proposed Road Resurfacing for Prosperous

Clane Area Committee Meeting 8 April 2014 Councillor Pádraig McEvoy Motion   Can the council update the committee on plans to restore damaged and collapsing road surfaces in Prosperous along Main Street, near Hatter’s Cross and between Killybegs Manor and The Downings? Report There is no funding available in the Clane Area Budgets for 2014 Continue Reading...

Progress on planned upgrade to Osberstown Waste Water Treatment Plant

Clane Area Committee Meeting 11 March 2014 Councillor Pádraig McEvoy  Question Can the council provide an update on the upgrade to the Osberstown Waste Water Treatment Plant and the network to service the Clane and Prosperous areas? Report The upgrade of Osberstown Waste Water Treatment Works forms part of the Upper Liffey Valley Regional Sewerage Scheme which Continue Reading...

“Children at Play” signs in Emerson Court, Prosperous

Clane Area Committee Meeting 11 February 2014 Councillor Pádraig McEvoy Question Can the council update the committee on plans to install Children at Play signs in Emerson Court, Prosperous? Report The installation of Children at Play signs in Emerson Court, Prosperous is on the Area Office’s present programme of works and will be attended to Continue Reading...

Proposed Raised Ramp at Scoil an Linbh Íosa, Prosperous

Clane Area Committee Meeting 8 February 2014 Councillor Pádraig McEvoy   Motion     That the council assess Scoil an Linbh Iosa, Prosperous for a ramped pedestrian crossing. Report The area office met councillors and a delegation at the school and advised that an uncontrolled zebra crossing would not be appropriate due to sightline difficulties. Continue Reading...