Temporary road closure information
Information on Paid Parking and pay for parking offences
(Wednesday, July 27, 2016)
Longford County Council has welcomed the decision by An Bord Pleanala to grant final planning permission to Center Parcs to build a new Tourism Resort in Newcastle Woods, Ballymahon. The decision gives the green light to Center Parcs to start construction on one of the largest tourism projects ever to be built in Ireland with investment costs projected to exceed €200 million.
(Tuesday, July 26, 2016)
We're challenging you to unearth the creativity within and create something new out of something old...to breathe new life into an item or material that you source - bonus points if you find it on Free-Trade Ireland! So if you can find something and renovate it or turn it into something completely different but usable then we want to see it!
(Thursday, July 21, 2016)
Notice is hereby given that Longford County Council propose to make a variation to Longford County Development Plan 2015-2021 (The CDP), prepared in accordance with the Planning and Development (Strategic Environmental Assessment) Regulations 2004 (as amended) and the European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011 (as amended).
(Tuesday, July 19, 2016)
The Office of Public Works (OPW) have launched the statutory public consultation for the draft Flood Risk Management Plans for the Shannon and South Western Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management (CFRAM) study. The public consultation commences on Friday 15th July until Friday 23rd September, 2016 both dates inclusive.
(Wednesday, July 13, 2016)
The N55 between Ballymahon and Edgeworthstown will be closed for 2 weeks from Monday next July 18th to Monday August 1st at 6pm. The closure is to facilitate Bridge Rehabilitation works on the N55 at Fowlards Bridge. This is located towards Ballymahon after Carrickedmond church.
(Monday, July 11, 2016)
The Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012 (as amended), makes specific provision that elected members of a local authority may pass a formal resolution to vary the basic rate of the Local Property Tax for their administrative area by a percentage known as the local adjustment factor. At the meeting set by Longford Co. Council to consider this matter, the members may set a local adjustment factor within the range of /- 15% of the basic rate, or, may decide not to adjust the basic rate.
Longford is strategically located near the centre of Ireland and is traversed by National Primary Routes N4 and N5 and National Secondary Routes N55 and N63. These routes give rise to significant traffic flows throughout the county.