Drop-in Sessions – A Thank You
We wish to thank everyone who took the time on the 21 and 22 September to attend the Dailly and Straiton community drop-in sessions and everyone who has provided feedback so far on the Knockcronal Autumn Exhibition.
At the drop-in session, the Knockcronal project team met with local residents and businesses to discuss the project and share project detail such as view points from residents homes and the surrounding area. Nearly 40 people attended over the 2 days which gave an opportunity to hear local views face to face rather than online.
These events are part of the second Public Exhibition following first Public Exhibition held May to June this year.
Ruth Semple, Community Liaison Manager said: “It was great to be back talking to communities directly and to share our recent plans for Knockcronal. We appreciate that not everyone will be able to attend the events or access the online consultation material, so we have written to over 1,300 homes and businesses with a freepost reply card so that they can view the project information and provide feedback offline.”
The project team will now follow up on any questions raised as well as reply to feedback on the project as whole.
The online exhibition will run until 5 October. To have your say visit the project exhibition page and complete the feedback form or join the online chat session on 5 October 12noon – 2pm.
It is expected that a planning application will be submitted to the Energy Consents Unit in late 2021.