Monaghan County Council Notices 29th April 2021


Adoption of Part IV (Section 51) of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act 1890

Take Notice, that Monaghan County Council, at a meeting on 12 April, 2021 adopted Part IV of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act 1890 and the said Part IV of the Act shall come into effect  in all of County Monaghan on the expiry of one calendar month from the date of this publication, pursuant to Section 4 of the Act.


Cathal Flynn,

A/Director of Services,

Monaghan County Council


29th April 2021






Temporary Closing of Roads – Emergency Closure


Monaghan County Council hereby gives notice to extend Emergency Closure in accordance with Section 75 of the Roads Act 1993 & Article 12 of the Roads Regulations 1994 that it will close the following road in the Municipal District of Ballybay-Clones in County Monaghan:

Date & Time:      Friday 30th April 2021 to Friday 7th May 2021

To Facilitate:      Bridge Rehabilitation Works.

Roads Closed:

L-2201-0 in the townlands of Scarvy/Coolnalong Co. Monaghan


Division Route: –

Traffic wishing to proceed on the L-2200/L-2201 in the direction of Scarvy from the R212 will be diverted by remaining on the R-212 to Clones town, then turning right on to the R-183, then turning right on to the L-6240.

Traffic wishing to proceed on to the R-212 from the Townland of Scarvy will be diverted by turning right on to the L-6240, then turning left on to the R-183 to Clones town, then turning left on to the R-212.

All Detours will be signposted to direct the Traffic. (Local Access only, no through road).

If you have any queries concerning this Road Closure, please contact the Roads Section, Mtek 2, Knockaconny, Monaghan at 047 30597 or email

Gareth McMahon

A/Senior Engineer

Roads and Transportation

29th April 2021


2021 Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme

The Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme provides funding for the development of new and existing outdoor recreational infrastructure in rural areas.


Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development has announced €14 million in funding for outdoor recreation projects and investment that will support the adventure tourism sector in rural communities.


The funding, which is being provided under the Outdoor Recreation and Infrastructure Scheme, will support the key objectives of Our Rural Future.


The focus of the funding is to develop rural Ireland’s unique natural amenities and support outdoor pursuits and adventure activities such as hiking/mountaineering, cycling, horse-riding, canoeing/kayaking, swimming, surfing, sailing, rock-climbing, fishing, paragliding and hang-gliding.

The fund will provide for significant investment in the development of outdoor trails, walkways, cycleways, blueways, tidal pools, floating boardwalks and bridleways.


Applicants are strongly encouraged to consider opportunities to develop recreational amenities and increase public access and enjoyment of rural Ireland’s mountains, lakes, rivers, forests, beaches and bogs.


The funding announcement is aimed at supporting outdoor recreation tourism, a growing tourism sector internationally, which has the potential to have major economic spin-off benefits for rural towns and villages as well as improving the health and well-being of rural communities.


The 2021 Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme (ORIS) will provide funding under 4 separate measures:

  • Measure 1: Small Scale Repair/Development/Promotion and Marketing – grant up to €20,000
  • Measure 2: Medium Scale Repair/Upgrade and New Trail/Amenity Development – grant up to €200,000
  • Measure 3: Strategic Large Scale Repair/Upgrade and New Strategic Trail/Amenity Development projects – grant up to €500,000
  • Project Development Measures – is new for 2021 and will provide funding for the detailed development of projects which would enable them to reach a standard for application under Measure 2 or 3 of ORIS – grant up to €50,000


Expressions of Interest are now being sought for projects under all measures. Expressions of Interest should include as much information as possible, including project details, location, estimated cost if known etc.


Please contact your local Municipal District Co-ordinator to discuss potential projects for submission to this scheme as early as possible:

  • Ballybay/Clones Municipal District Office – 047 51018
  • Carrickmacross/Castleblayney Municipal District Office – 042 9661236
  • Monaghan Municipal District Office – 047 73777.


Closing date for receipt of Expressions of Interest to Monaghan County Council

is 5.00 p.m. on Friday 28th May 2021,

all Expression of Interest should be submitted to