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Have your say: Shape the development of a Masterplan for lands at Stradbally Road, Portlaoise

Laois County Council invites you to take part in a Consultation/Survey to help shape the development of a Masterplan for Lands at Stradbally Road, Portlaoise.

It is the Council’s ambition to develop a Masterplan for the site that will deliver a highly sustainable and integrated quarter adjoining to the Town Centre of Portlaoise in accordance with the site’s land use zonings, namely: “New Proposed Residential”; “Open Space & Amenity”; and “Community, Educational & Institutional”.

Working with the appointed multi-disciplinary Design Team, the Council is undertaking early engagement with stakeholders to establish a set of strategic and considerate design principles cognisant of the needs and aspirations of the local community and stakeholder.

To capture a diverse set of opinions, experience and ideas that are representative of the local community, Laois County Council are seeking your support in participating in this first phase of engagement.

The survey is available online here and will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.

Alternatively, please contact us by email (planning@laoiscoco.ie) or in writing (addressed to Senior Planner, Laois County Council, Áras an Chontae, James Fintan Lalor Avenue, Portlaoise, Co. Laois, R32 EHP9) with all correspondence marked “Stradbally Road Masterplan”.

The survey and period for submissions will remain open until 5pm on Friday, 8 January 2021.

Please note, your personal details will not be shared with a third party and we will not contact you in relation to any other project or for marketing purposes.

The information you provide will be stored securely for the duration of the masterplanning process. Following completion of the project, this

information will be deleted. Further information on the Council’s data protection statement can be found at: https://laois.ie/data-protection/

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