The Archives will be closed on Tuesday 22nd October in the City and will reopen on Friday 25th October in Dungarvan. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Please contact the Archivist at email@example.com or 0761102144 with any queries.
Beidh an Chartlann dúnta ar an Máirt 22 Deireadh Fómhair sa Chathair. Beidh an Chartlann ar oscailt arís ar an Aoine 25 Deireadh Fómhair i nDún Garbhán. Gabh mo leithscéal as aon mhíchaoithiúlacht. Má tá aon cheisteanna, déan teagmháil leis an gCartlannaí ar firstname.lastname@example.org nó 0761102144.
NEXT TARGETED CALL FOR FUNDING ADVANCE NOTICE
The following information workshops will be held in advance of opening the next official call for Expression of Interests (EoI) for funding under the new Rural Development Programme 2014-2020.
Attendance at the Information Workshop is compulsory if you intend to apply for funding.
|Wed 23rd Oct 2019
||Waterford Leader Partnership, Presentations Building,
Mitchell Street, Dungarvan
To book please call on 058 54646 / 51505 or Email: email@example.com
Following attendance at the above workshop, Waterford Leader Partnership CLG, on behalf of County Waterford LCDC, will seek Expressions of Interest (EOIs)
- OPENING DATE FOR EOIs IS THURS 24th Oct 19 /CLOSING DATE IS 12PM Tues 29th Oct 19
Successful & unsuccessful EOI’s will be advised by 5pm on Wednesday 30th Oct ‘19. Invitation to application on Wed 30th Oct 19 with deadline for submission by 12pm Mon 18th Nov ’19
Invitation to application stage does not mean that you will be awarded grant aid as it is a
competitive process. (Please note that the minimum grant amount is €5,000 and the maximum is €30,000)
Funding may be awarded under all themes and sub themes to a maximum of 50% of the total project cost for private promoters and up to 75% for community group applicants. Consideration of the rate of aid offered will be done on a project by project basis.
CALL THEMES & BUDGETS AS FOLLOWS; Total Budget for Call €30,000.00.
|LO9 The promotion of water based renewable energy
||9.1 Development of Renewable Energy
||Total Call Budget
NATIONAL FOOD CALL: Please note that we are accepting projects on a rolling basis subject to Departments budgets being available.
REMINDER: Under Section 38 of the Road Traffic Act 1994, Waterford City and County Council proposes to undertake the construction of a traffic calming scheme in the form of a raised table area to reduce the speed of vehicular traffic at the crossroads in Kill village along the R681. The main goal is to reduce vehicular speed at the crossroads area which is used regularly and in particular more frequently during school opening and closing hours. The implementation of the traffic calming scheme will create a safe environment for all road users with a strong emphasis on non-motorized road users.
Drawings are available for inspection below and during normal office hours from Wednesday 25th September to Tuesday 22nd October, 2019 at the Council’s Customer Services Departments in the Civic Offices, Dungarvan and Bailey’s New Street, Waterford.
The Council will consider any submissions or observations made in writing regarding the proposal. Submissions should be lodged with Ms. Aideen Jacob, Administrative Officer, Roads Department, Waterford City & County Council, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be received before 4.00pm on Tuesday 5th November, 2019.
Calling all Festival and Event Organisers
Each year Waterford City & County Council provide funding for festival and event organisers to aid with the development and promotion of events in Waterford City and County. The purpose of the grant scheme is to help groups and organisations to fund a diverse range of events that are inclusive and add to the reputational value of Waterford as a ‘happening place’.
This year submissions can be made online via a new information website www.waterfordfestivals.ie, which has been co-designed with both staff and festival and event organisers.
A helpline number, 0761102169, will be available during office hours where staff will answer queries in relation to online applications.
We are also holding ‘Walk In’ information sessions at:
- Waterford Central Library on Wednesday 16th October from 6-8pm and
- Dungarvan Library on Thursday 17th October from 6-8pm, with no appointment necessary.
To enable online registration festival and event organisers are asked to bring their organisation’s generic email address with them .
To apply, please visit www.waterfordfestivals.ie.
Closing date for applications is 5pm Friday, 8th November 2019.
Due to a planned power interruption by the ESB Networks on Saturday 19th October, Williamstown Golf Course will be closed.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused. We will be open again as normal on Sunday 20th
Very excited to see the full programme for the Imagine Festival, Waterford Writer’s Weekend and the John Dwyer trad music festival coming up this week.
Arts Centres are described by the national Arts Council as “full-time, public-facing, professionally managed, building-based arts organisations.
They support the creation, presentation and mediation of the arts across a range of artforms and arts practices. They support professional, collaborative, voluntary and amateur arts practice.” This is the description that Waterford City & County Council are adopting for the 2020 Venue Grants.
While these forms are part of our continuing alignment with national protocols we will be convening an open meeting with Venue Leaders to see is there a better or more efficient way with better local contexts and transparency for which to go forward with.
Please note closing date is October 22 at 4pm. Please read the guidelines before applying.
Waterford City and County Council invites residents of Waterford, who have come from other countries and made Waterford their home, to Integration Strategy meetings in Dungarvan and Waterford City in November.
Waterford Local Community Development Committee (LCDC) is currently finalising an integration strategy for migrants and migrant communities. To assist in this process, in early 2019 a Migrant Integration Forum – consisting of migrant representatives from across Waterford – was set up to support the Council in developing this strategy.
Further Information on our Integration Strategy
Information about the strategy is available on the Council’s website:
The LCDC wishes to give all migrants, including members of migrant communities (non-Irish nationals, foreign-born persons and dual nationals) an opportunity to influence and shape the strategy. Therefore, we wish to invite you to attend a specially convened consultative workshop (roundtable) on either:
- Monday, 4th November at 7pm in the Granville Hotel, Waterford City or
- Tuesday, 5th November at 7pm in Lawlor’s Hotel, Dungarvan.
We welcome input from everybody at these meetings, not just the migrant community. The City and County Council and the LCDC look forward to working with you to implement and give effect to the strategy over the coming years.
Waterford City & County Council are now accepting the public’s submission on the development of a Coastal Walking Trail from Portally Cove to Ballymacaw Cove, Co. Waterford.
The principle features of the proposed walking trail will be:
- The development of a 4.8km recreational coastal walking trail from Portally Cove to Ballymacaw Cove within the townlands of: Portally; Rathmoylan and Ballymacaw
- The development of 3 water crossings proposed for Portally Cove; Rathmoylan Cove and Ballymacaw Cove
- The 4.8km trail surface will be retained as is for the majority of the route with rerouting only proposed in the interest of safety and will traverse agricultural grassland which will be fenced where required
- Fencing, access gates, drainage and ancillary trail infrastructure will be installed to Sport Ireland Trails Office standards
Waterford City and County Council has carried out an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Screening Report in accordance with requirements of Section 120(1B)(b)(i) and has determined that there is no real likelihood of significant effects on the environment. Accordingly, it has determined that EIA is not required in respect of this proposed development. In addition, the proposal has undergone Appropriate Assessment Screening under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) and the Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended, and the Planning Authority has determined that a Stage 2 Appropriate Assessment is not required in this instance.
Plans and particulars of the proposed development will be available for inspection or purchase at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the following locations:
- Waterford City & County Council, Customer Services Desk, Civic Offices, Davitt’s Quay, Dungarvan
- Waterford City & County Council, Customer Services Desk, Baileys New Street, Waterford, between the hours of 9.30 am to 4.00 pm Monday to Friday for the period 17th September 2019 to 14th October 2019, inclusive (excluding Bank and Public Holidays)
Submissions or observations with respect to the proposed development, dealing with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area in which the proposed development would be situated, may be made, to be received on or before 4 p.m. on Monday 28th October, 2019:
- In writing, to the “Director of Economic Development & Planning, Waterford City & County Council, No. 35 The Mall, Waterford” OR
- By ONLINE SUBMISSION
Documents and Drawings