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Regional Planning Guidelines

All Regional Planning Guidelines will be superseded by RSES once it has been adopted by the SRA.

Mid-West Regional Planning Guidelines

The Mid-West Regional Planning Guidelines 2010-22 were adopted by the Mid-West Regional Authority in September 2010 for the counties Limerick, Clare and the northern part of Co. Tipperary. The Mid-West Regional Authority was dissolved in 2014 and its functions and responsibilities have been transferred to the Southern Regional Assembly. These guidelines set out 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 2010-22 will have effect until a Regional Spatial & Economic Strategy is prepared and adopted by the Southern Regional Assembly.

Mid-West Regional Planning Guidelines

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.

South-East Regional Planning Guidelines

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-West Regional Planning Guidelines