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  • Privacy Policy | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
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  • Contact | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
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  • Register to Vote | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
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  • Social Media | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    Select Page Social Media Share this Facebook Twitter Email Contact Me Constituency Office Éamon Ó Cuív T D Kirwin House Flood St Galway eamon ocuiv oir ie Tel 091 562846 Fax 091 562844 Navigate Home Profile Team Fianna Fáil Clinics Connect Éamon s Newsletter Email Address Register to Vote Social Media Connect Clinics Facebook Twitter Site by R150 Share This eamonocuiv eamonocuiv Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email

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  • | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    Port of regional significance which will not be in the in the interest of the development of the Port However I put down an amendment to the bill to delete this section but it was defeated The Minister has been adamant that he is going to proceed with this section of the Bill However the Minister in response to Deputy John O Mahony did state that he would not commence this section for 18 months I welcome this very much as it will give the people of Galway a chance to voice their opinion on this proposal in the forthcoming election and to reject outright the denial of national port status to Galway Galway Port Company has major plans for the development of the port but it would be absolutely vital for the success of these plans that the status of the Port would be retained as a National Port If the Minister s proposals goes through and if the status of Galway Port is changed there will be no National Port from south of Limerick around the very long western coast to Derry This would leave all of the national ports in the country between Dublin and Foynes with the west coast left bereft of a national port Once again Connaught is being treated as the Cinderella province The potential for Galway Port is immense with the opportunities to both export materials through Galway Port and import necessary raw materials through the port as well as an enormous possibility of developing the cruise trade to Galway The plan for the port was to relocate it outwards into the harbour freeing up the inner harbour area for redevelopment for commercial residential recreation and cultural use which is centrepiece of the inner harbour being used for marine leisure Share this Facebook

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  • Christina Nic Dhonnacha | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    the past five years Deputy Ó Cuív commented After almost five years in office only 302 out of 408 applications for shellfish licences have been processed There are now 61 fin fish licences awaiting decision almost double the number that was outstanding when Minister Coveney arrived into the Department Thirty four finfish aquaculture applications have been lodged since then but only 5 decisions have been made It is time for the Minister to start making decisions and to stop putting this matter on the long finger He recently announced that he has undertaken to commission a review of the existing aquaculture licensing system He has promised that this will include all of the stakeholders involved and will identify the current shortcomings and bottlenecks legislative resource and logistical so that the necessary changes can be made as a matter of priority I have been pressing the Minister for three years to do this The fact that he is only initiating this review months before a General Election speaks volumes about the importance he attaches to this issue I want to see a transparent open and efficient applications and assessment process put in place so that licences can be granted or refused

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  • Press Releases | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    Cuív has accused An Taisce and the Government of continuing to undermine the entire viability rural Ireland He made the comments in response to the latest report from the heritage agency which wants to stop the development of one off housing and force families to move to villages and towns rather than allowing them to settle in rural locations Deputy Ó Cuív commented Time and again An Taisce has tried to ride roughshod over the people of rural Ireland in townlands and communities outside of towns and villages with policies which are geared towards forced migration The agency has been persistent in its lobbying of the Department of the Environment Community Local Government consistently putting forward plans which enforce specific settlement plans on rural communities These visions serve only to dismantle rural living by limiting the ability of children to settle on the same land as their parents and making it more expensive to provide services to rural communities The organisation is trying to force people into towns and villages rather than allowing them stay in their own areas An Taisce claims that rural Ireland is a critical resource for the post carbon world but at the same time it is completely undermining the point as it sets about dismantling communities culture and sports clubs leaving an ageing population with no supports for future generations Rural Ireland must take a stand and refuse to accept autocratic decisions which are destroying some of the best voluntary organisations in the country An Taisce s spatial planning strategy has only served to exacerbate problems in our towns and cities leading to high deprivation levels in certain areas and increased social problems Many of these issues are as a result of bad planning There needs to be a more cohesive and coherent approach to planning in both urban and rural areas We must create a more balanced society which created vibrant urban spaces while at the same time ensuring that this growth is not forced through at the expense of rural communities Rural and urban housing policies should compliment and not compete with each other The idea that towns and villages in rural Ireland could survive without a rural population is farcical and shows a worrying lack of understanding about the dynamic of rural Ireland Government s termination of essential programme threatens future of Inishbofin island by admin Mar 10 2015 Press Releases Fianna Fáil TD for Galway West Éamon Ó Cuív has accused the Government of threatening the future of Inishbofin island through a lack of investment and development He made the comments ahead of the termination of the Local Government Development Programme which will be wound up at the end of the year The programme provides core funding for essential services on non Gaeltacht islands Deputy Ó Cuív commented The removal of this important scheme could have a potentially devastating impact on the lives of islanders Vital services for young people parents the elderly and the unemployed will be threatened essential facilities

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  • admin | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    facilities will be put at risk and community buildings and grounds will fall into disrepair Life on the islands as we know it will drastically change and will see islanders effectively being left to fend for themselves The Government s attitude towards the islands is completely unacceptable Instead of nurturing and promoting island life the Government is long fingering the decision on a programme which provides the core funding to projects that keep island life viable The importance of our islands cannot be underestimated they offer an additional cultural heritage and artistic dimension to the country as well as providing a major tourism boost It is ironic that despite being an island nation our Government chooses to treat its own islands with disdain The needs of islanders differ greatly to those of people on the mainland and these communities need to be properly resourced and financed The Island Development Programme must be re instated to ensure that front line services can continue to be delivered Multi annual funding is essential to ensure the viability of islands and the Department of the Environment Community Local Government should be tasked with having responsibility for the roll out of schemes to maintain services

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