SDCC say they have no issue with planning notices in Irish Examiner

SOUTH DUBLIN County Council says there is no issue with planning applications being placed in the Cork-based Irish Examiner. 

Councillor Charlie O’Connor put down a question at this week’s council meeting asking the Chief Executive “if he is aware of concerns being expressed in respect of the system where advertisements for planning applications in our County are advertised in the Examiner newspaper based in Cork which is not widely read in the Dublin area and will he make a statement in the matter”.

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The Council replied: “The Examiner newspaper is on the approved list for planning application notices and therefore applicants are entitled to advertise in the paper. 

“It should be noted that applicants are also required to erect a Site Notice to advise the public”.

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