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Regional Planning Guidelines

Regional Planning Guidelines

Mid-West Regional Planning Guidelines

The Mid-West Regional Planning Guidelines 2010-2022 were adopted by the Mid-West Regional Authority in September 2010 to cover counties Limerick, Clare and the northern part of County Tipperary. The Mid-West Regional Authority was subsequently dissolved in 2014 and its functions and responsibilities have been transferred to the Southern Regional Assembly. These Guidelines set out a series of recommendations to local authorities, which are clearly linked to and support national investment priorities and are designed to strengthen integrated approaches to policy making and planning at a local level, in line with regional and national planning frameworks. The Mid-West Regional Planning Guidelines 2010-2022 shall continue to have effect until a Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy is prepared and adopted by the Southern Regional Assembly.

South-West Regional Planning Guidelines

The South-West Regional Planning Guidelines 2010-2022 were adopted by the South-West Regional Authority in 2010 to cover counties Cork and Kerry. The South-West Regional Authority was subsequently dissolved in 2014 and its functions and responsibilities have been transferred to the Southern Regional Assembly. These Guidelines set out a series of recommendations to local authorities, which are clearly linked to and support national investment priorities and are designed to strengthen integrated approaches to policy making and planning at a local level, in line with regional and national planning frameworks. The South-West Regional Planning Guidelines 2010-2022 shall continue to have effect until a Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy is prepared and adopted by the Southern Regional Assembly.

South-East Regional Planning Guidelines

The South-East Regional Planning Guidelines 2010-2022 were adopted by the South-East Regional Authority in July 2010 to cover the counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, the southern part of County Tipperary, Waterford (City and County) and Wexford. The South-East Regional Authority was subsequently dissolved in 2014 and its functions and responsibilities have been transferred to the Southern Regional Assembly. These Guidelines set out a series of recommendations to local authorities, which are clearly linked to and support national investment priorities and are designed to strengthen integrated approaches to policy making and planning at a local level, in line with regional and national planning frameworks. The South-East Regional Planning Guidelines 2010-2022 shall continue to have effect until a Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy is prepared and adopted by the Southern Regional Assembly.