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Two Part 8 planning applications for the extension of the Carlingford Lough Greenway Submitted

Two Part 8 planning applications for the extension of the Carlingford Lough Greenway Submitted

Louth County Council have Submitted two Part 8 planning applications for the extension of the Carlingford Lough Greenway earlier this month. A Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) will be submitted in Northern Ireland this month. The realisation of a Carlingford Lough Greenway joining Newry to Carlingford  is one step closer. Planning decisions for the Part […]

Carlingford Lough Greenway Public Consultation

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Louth County Council to hold information event as part of Carlingford Lough Greenway public consultation Louth County Council is to hold an information eventon Tuesday, 19thFebruary 2019at the Station House, Carlingford, Co Louthas part of a public consultation on the Carlingford Lough Greenway project. The drop-in event takes place from 12 noon to 8pmand members of the project team will […]

The Argus: Dogs on the Greenway

dogs on the greenway

Dundalk Dog Rescue’s fundraising dog walk along the Carlingford Greenway on Sunday morning was a huge success. Happy dogs, many of them rescues which had been rehomed thanks to the efforts of Dundalk Dog Rescue volunteers, and their owners gathered at Carlingford braved the elements on Sunday morning for a walk to raise funds for […]

The Argus – Greenway a trail of success

The Argus - Greenway a trail of success

Described as a hidden gem in the north Louth coastline, the scenic ‘Greenway’ which will soon stretch across the border, has been celebrated as an enduring example of community spirit. The Greenway between Omeath and Carlingford was constructed by Louth County Council in 2013, largely funded by the Smarter Travel Section of the Department of […]

Irish News: Take on Nature – Epic walk is a shore thing

Irish News: Take on Nature - Epic walk is a shore thing

RIVULETS run into rock pools, crevices fill and open expanses of sand are quickly inundated. Limp strands of seaweed rise from where they nestle to sway in the current and mussel-gatherers lift their bags and retreat to dry land. On more exposed beaches the ebb and flow of the tide is barely tangible and only […]

Greenway to Greenore

Greenway to Greenore

The popular Carlingford-Omeath Greenway could be extended to Greenore, after Louth County Council committed to carrying out a feasibility study for a new section to the route, the Argus has learned. Following last week’s Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) meeting between Louth County Council (LCC) and Newry, Mourne and Down Council, it was agreed that Chief […]

Newry Greenway to Victoria Lock

Newry Greenway to Victoria Lock

NEWRY GREENWAY TO VICTORIA LOCK OPENING FRIDAY The long anticipated 5.7km stretch of the New Carlingford Lough Greenway will be open for use from this Friday 4 May. The section of the Carlingford Lough Greenway, from Dublin Road Bridge in Newry through the Albert Basin site and along Middlebank as far as Victoria Lock, has […]

What’s Done So Far – Phase From Omeath to Carlingford

What's Done So Far - Phase From Omeath to Carlingford

Louth County Council successfully constructed 6.2 km of Greenway in 2013 from Omeath to Carlingford Marina, along parts of the former Dundalk, Greenore & Newry Railway line. Louth County Council successfully constructed 6.2 km of Greenway in 2013 from Omeath to Carlingford Marina, along parts of the former Dundalk, Greenore & Newry Railway line. The […]

Greenway Launch

Plans for the new 10 km stretch of Greenway were announced on 16th June 2017 at the launch event in Omeath, Co Louth. The planned stretch will connect Omeath to Newry and Carlingford Marina to Carlingford Village. The €3.46 million EU funded project is led by Louth County Council, working in collaboration with Newry, Mourne […]