Drogheda Independent

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Bremore Port

PROPOSALS for the alterations of the harbour Limits of Drogheda Port Company, regarding new additions to the proposed new Deep-Water Port at Bremore in Fingal, are on view at the Superintendents Office at the Drogheda Garda Station and may be viewed by the general public until Wednesday September 9th next.

The application proposals make for some interesting reading on the future of the Bremore and Gormanston area including that of the Army military base and there are a number of interested parties and individual who are raising questions to the proposals including why the application is being kept at Drogheda Garda Station and not in a public library or local planning office?

People who have gone into the Garda Station to consult the application have been informed by the Gardai that the file may not be copied or photographed and must be viewed in the presence of the Gardai and that you must sign your name to a register which will be passed on to the Drogheda Port Company after the consultation period has ended, yet it is for 'public consultation'for observations and submissions to be made by September 9th to a Mr. Garret Doocey, Maritime Transport Division, Department of Transport, Leeson Lane Dublin 2.