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Cork County Development Plan 2028

Public Consultation on the Draft Cork County Development Plan 2021:

Last July, the Draft Cork County Development Plan (2021) was prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (amended) and was displayed for 10 weeks public consultation up to the 1st July 2021.

The Draft Plan will replace not just the current County Development Plan, 2014 (varied) but also the following documents:

  • The current Clonakilty, Cobh, Fermoy, Kinsale, Macroom, Mallow, Midleton, Skibbereen and Youghal former Town Council Town Development Plans and;

  • The current 8 Municipal District Local Area Plans 2017.

A Public Webinar Event On the Draft Cork County Development Plan was held on Wednesday 26th May, 2021 which gave an overview of the Draft County Development Plan and guidance on how to make a submission and “Have Your Say”. The Webinar was available to view on the following link: Draft Cork County Development Plan Webinar.


Public Consultation on the Draft Cork County Development Plan 2021 Webinar Presentation Public Consultation on the Draft Cork County Development Plan 2021 Webinar Webinar Questions & Answers

Public Views:

The plan-making process is a collaborative one and we are looking for views on the Draft County Development Plan, with a 'Have Your Say!' document. Cork County Council invited any interested individuals or parties to make submissions and observations in respect of this Draft Plan.

Submissions/observations  were made on the Draft Plan between the 22nd April 2021 and the 1st July 2021 to the Senior Planner, Planning Policy Unit, Cork County Council, County Hall, Carrigrohane Road, T12 R2 NC.


Cork County Development Draft Plan 2022-2028:




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