Public Consultation On Draft Holy Island Development Plan

Tourism and community representatives are being invited to a public consultation event being held in relation to the Draft Visitor Management and Sustainable Tourism Development Plan for Holy Island (Inis Cealtra) on Lough Derg.   Clare County Council will facilitate the event, the third such consultation to take place on the proposed plan, atMountshannon Community […]

Public consultation on Holy Island Lough Derg development plan

Tourism and community representatives are being invited to an upcoming public consultation on the preparation of a Visitor Management and Sustainable Tourism Development Plan for Holy Island on Lough Derg.   Clare County Council will facilitate the event at the Mountshannon Childcare Centre on Monday 30th November from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.   Solearth Architecture was […]

Consultants Appointed To Prepare Plan For Holy Island On Lough Derg

Clare County Council has today (Monday, 19 October 2015) announced the appointment of a team of specialists to prepare a Visitor Management and Sustainable Tourism Development Plan for Holy Island on Lough Derg. Dublin-based Solearth Architecture is being engaged to prepare proposals in relation to improving access to the island and the provision of tourism facilities on or near the island, […]

Tourism Development For Holy Island On Lough Derg

Clare County Council has confirmed it is seeking tenders from professional experts to produce an implementation strategy for visitor management and sustainable tourism development on Holy Island.   Earlier this month, the Local Authority acquired 41 acres on the island which, together with the 2 acres already in the ownership of the Office of Public […]

Holy Island on Lough Derg Is Taken Into Public Ownership

Clare County Council has announced a comprehensive plan relating to the future tourism development and visitor management of the “Jewel of The Lough Derg”, Holy Island (Inis Cealtra) on Lough Derg, County Clare.   At a ceremony in Mountshannon today, the Local Authority confirmed it has acquired 41 acres on the island which, together with […]

Waterways Ireland lauds tourism potential of Holy Island on Lough Derg

The Chief Executive of Waterways Ireland has said her organisation would be “delighted” to work in partnership with Clare County Council to develop improved public access to Holy Island (Inis Cealtra) on Lough Derg. Dawn Livingstone was speaking following a visit to Holy Island during which she was briefed by the local authority on its plans to secure the […]