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RPS, on behalf of Shell E&P Ireland Limited (SEPIL) has withdrawn the application for the
A revised application will now seek minor realignments to part of the proposed route for the
In addition to the proposed realignments, the updated application will seek, in certain areas, planning approval for a wider route corridor within which the proposed
PJ Rudden, Group Director of RPS, the consultants overseeing route selection and construction of the onshore pipeline, said: “The route of the pipeline will largely remain unchanged, and will remain a minimum of 140 metres from occupied dwellings. If approved by An Bord Pleanála, a wider route corridor will ensure that there is the possibility of making further small deviations to the route during the construction phase, should this be deemed necessary in particular for environmental reasons.
The updated submission will be made early in the new year and will include information on the Srahmore Peat Deposition Site, additional information previously submitted to the Board, as well as an up-dated Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) in one concise application. It will be made publicly available through the RPS and SEPIL office and all parties will have an opportunity to make submissions through the statutory consultation period.