Kerry County Council has published a Safe Streets programme for towns and villages in the county.
Kerry County Council has published a ‘Safe Streets’ programme for towns and villages in the county.
The Covid-19 pandemic and resulting restrictions have created significant challenges for retailers and businesses and as restrictions ease over the coming months, and shops, retail outlets and business premises being to reopen, Kerry County Council is developing an interim Mobility Plan for towns in the county to ensure that public health advice and guidelines can be adhered to.
This plan, which is based on the Government’s “Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business”, presumes that social distancing will remain a behavioural requirement for the foreseeable future. As a result, they are intended to be effective ways of ensuring that social distancing can be maintained, as is reasonable and practical, while ensuring that businesses can resume trading and provide their goods and services to customers. These measures aim to follow public health guidelines and make the centres of our towns safe and welcoming for shoppers, local residents and staff.
You can download the Town Centre Mobility Plans for #Killorglin here. Observations can be made to Ms. Siobhán Griffin, Kenmare MD Officer at email@example.com. Closing Date for observations is 12.00 p.m. on Tuesday 9 June 2020.