Category Archives: Peremptory law; Directory Law; Planning and Devlopment Act of 2000

Open letter to IWEA (and Messrs White and Coffey)

The practice of lobbying government Ministers and other influential members of a ruling party is regarded by many as an integral part of our process of democracy. . Those in favour would argue that politicians should look to be educated … Continue reading

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Irish Wind Farm Neighbours Detail Unnecessary Daily Acoustic Misery

Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
As the World reacts to the insane cost of backing an utterly pointless power source, by slashing subsidies and removing the only ‘reason’ for ‘investing’ in the greatest environmental and economic fraud of all…

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Giant Wind Turbines Collapsing with Alarming Regularity

Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
Gravity or some other force at work? **** The number of cases involving collapsing turbines and flying blades (aka “component liberation”) has become so common that, if we were a tad cynical, we would…

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Can An Bord Pleanála condone a defective application?

As a rule it can be said that An Bord Pleanála (ABP) have very little discretion, and this mostly involves their conduct of public / oral hearings, and only if they decide to hold the hearing at all (See sections … Continue reading

Posted in Framore Limited, High Court; Judicial Review; Appeal on the merits; judicial discretion, Peremptory law; Directory Law; Planning and Devlopment Act of 2000 | Tagged , , , , , , , | 9 Comments