Har­bour de­vel­op­ment be­hind sched­ule

Bray People - - Council Report -

GREY­STONES Har­bour de­vel­op­ment is three months be­hind sched­ule mem­bers of the lo­cal town coun­cil heard last Tues­day night.

Speak­ing at the meet­ing town man­ager Seán Quirke said the de­vel­op­ment was al­ready three months be­hind and said it would be in­creas­ingly dif­fi­cult to con­tinue the de­vel­op­ment at speed in the com­ing months due to the weather. ‘We are head­ing into a dif­fi­cult pe­riod weather wise and we have to grab what­ever weather and tide breaks we get. We hope to pick up progress in the sum­mer months but the next cou­ple of months will be dif­fi­cult.’

Cllr. Derek Mitchell won­dered if the coun­cil could re­place the dog bins that had been in situ but which had been re­moved to fa­cil­i­tate the de­vel­op­ment say­ing peo­ple were still walk­ing their dogs in the area and the bins were needed.

Mr. Quirke said he would look into the mat­ter and Cllr. Mitchell also said that per­haps a lec­ture on the plans and the progress be­ing made at the har­bour would be ben­e­fi­cial to the pub­lic and Mr. Quirke said he felt the con­sul­tants in­volved in the de­vel­op­ment would be in­ter­ested in fa­cil­i­tat­ing this.

Cllr. Kath­leen Kelle- her asked Mr. Quirke to con­firm what ex­actly the project was and he said they were lay­ing the har­bour wall un­der wa­ter and the blocks in the wall were ten high and two deep.

De­vel­op­ment works at Grey­stones Har­bour is three months be­hind sched­ule.

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