The comments within these submissions are solely the view of the Transport and Mobility Forum (TMF) as a whole and not the opinion or view of any individual partner of the TMF.
Consultation on the Cork City Development Plan 2022-28 launched
This CDP comes at an extraordinary time for Cork. Last year, the city’s population grew to 210,000 following an extension of the city boundary which positioned Cork as a city of scale. Furthermore, it has been set government targets to grow by 50% over the next 20 years so that it can provide a counterbalance to Dublin.
As part of this initial consultation, Cork City Council is seeking the views of the public on how to best develop Cork City to meet the changing needs of our society, environment and economy while realising the ambitions set for our city.
The public is invited to read the ‘Our City – Our Future’ issues paper which is available at www.corkcitydevelopmentplan.ie , at Cork City libraries and by appointment at the Planning Counter at Cork City Hall. A submission on the plan can be made as part of this initial public consultation from today, June 26 until August 21 2020.
Public Consultation on Guidance for Remote Working
In response to the unprecedented number of people working from home as a result of COVID-19, DBEI has published Guidance for Working Remotely during COVID-19 detailing where information can be found on each of these areas.
We want to know how we can further build on this guidance by addressing key areas of concern for employers and employees when it comes to remote working.
- Is the current guidance suitable?
- Does the current guidance provide clarity?
- How could the current guidance be improved?
- Are there further areas on which employers need guidance?
- Are there further areas on which employees need guidance?
Make a written submission by email or post. The closing date for receipt of submissions is 7 August.
If you wish to submit a written submission via email please send it to: