The CLÁR Scheme 2021 has been launched by the DRCD. This scheme makes provision for small-scale infrastructural projects in rural areas. It promotes sustainable development and it aims to attract people to live and work in the areas it covers.
There is a 10% National increase in funding for 2021, bringing the allocation to €5.5m, and it covers the following Measures
Measure 1: Schools / Community Safety Measures:
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Cork County Council aims to provide as much reasonably located and free parking across the county as possible. In some areas of high density, such as major towns, pay parking bye-laws are in effect. This is to maximise the rotation of available car parking spaces for the benefit of both businesses and citizens. The areas where these restrictions apply can be seen below.
Pay Parking Areas
Cork County Council is pleased to announce the following Streetscape Painting, Signage & Improvement Schemes to promote town centre regeneration and business growth in your area.
Cork County Council is pleased to launch it's West Cork Islands Community Fund Scheme 2019.
The proposal was first initiated by the Members of Cork County Council when considering its budget for 2019 and the Members agreed to set aside a fund of €50,000 which is ring-fenced to support Island community development through small scale capital and amenity projects on the Islands.
The scheme was officially launched at the March Monthly Meeting of the Municipal District of West Cork held on March 4th.
Winter Service Plan 2021-2022 for Roads
Cork County Council’s Roads Directorate is responsible for the maintenance of the largest road network (12,200 km) of any local authority in the country.