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Plans revealed for new walking routes in Granard and Aughnacliffe

May 5, 2022 13:05 By Shannonside News
Plans revealed for new walking routes in Granard and Aughnacliffe Plans revealed for new walking routes in Granard and Aughnacliffe
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The Council is accepting submissions until the middle of next month.

Longford County Council is publishing Part 8 planning for the development of almost 7 kilometres of walking trails in Granard and Aughnacliffe.

One of the projects involves what's being called the 'Granard Urban Greenway'.

The plans include the construction of just over 2 kilometres of a 3 metre wide path, bridge and fencing, including a loop through some forestry.

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The path is planned from the GAA complex in Granard, to the R194 regional road.

The second project at Aughnacliffe involves developing a path of 4.2 kilometres in length to enhance the existing Heritage and Amenity Trail and would link two National Monuments.

Submissions can be made on both projects before 4pm on Tuesday the 21st of June.

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