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How long do the public have to lodge objections to additional information.

Use our Planning Deadline Calendar to calculate the last date for making an objection.

In accordance with Article 35 of the Planning and Development Regulations, persons who made a submission or observation on a planning application will only be notified of the receipt of Additional Information or Clarification of Additional Information, where that AI or CAI is considered significant and requires new public notices. Objectors have 2 weeks ( 5 weeks in case of applications accompanied by an EIS) from the date of receipt by the Planning Authority of the revised notices, to make further submissions/observations. No further fee is required. Other persons wishing to make a submission/observation will be required to pay the prescribed fee.

Please note that anyone other than the applicant can make an objection/observation on a planning application.


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