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Thurles Chamber Invite Submissions

Thurles Chamber, today, issued notice of an informal night, open to the general public, with a view to deciding what direction Thurles Chamber’s submission should take, with reference to Tipperary’s Planning Section decision on the development of a proposed shopping unit at the old Erin Foods site at Slievenamon Road, here in Thurles.

Due to the magnitude of this proposed development, Thurles Chamber would like businesses and the public, to attend a planned meeting beginning at 7.30pm sharp, in the Hayes Hotel, on Monday October 3rd next, to openly discuss your personal stance on this development.

In their notice issued today, Thurles Chamber state:-

Thurles Chamber has received a high volume of queries in relation to the new proposed development at the old Erin Foods site. Many of our members are looking for clarification on what is happening at the site and what impact the development would have on the town as a whole.

The Chamber is putting the final touches to it’s submission, which is due by Wednesday the 6th October. We are however very anxious to get feedback from the businesses and general public of Thurles town.

We are hosting an open night this Monday in Hayes Hotel at 7:30pm, this will be YOUR chance to have YOUR say in what direction our submission will take.

We will also forward an invite to all of the Town Councillors to attend. We hope as many as possible can attend, as this will have a major impact on the town’s future.

So if you would like to be part of this public consultation process, please take careful note:-

Date: Monday, October 3rd.  Venue: Hayes Hotel, Liberty Square, Thurles. Meeting Time: 7.30pm sharp.


2 comments to Thurles Chamber Invite Submissions

  • Pat Donnelly

    George, I understand that Thurles Town Council are meeting on Monday 3rd October and this meeting will clash with the Chamber meeting-I think it is important that as many of the Councillors as possible are present and it might be prudent to put the time of the Chamber meeting back to allow the Councillors have their meeting and thereby be in a position to attend the Chamber meeting.

  • Pat, The Town Council will probably move their meeting to Tuesday, similar to what they did for Senior Hurling Final weekend.

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