Members of the public with an interest in the new Southern Relief Road along Leck Road in Letterkenny still have time to submit their comments and observations on the proposed route.
The closing date for submissions has been extended to Friday 18 May 2018.
The proposed route corridor has been identified as a strategic road link south of Letterkenny linking east and west Donegal and is identified within the Letterkenny and Environs Development Plan 2009 -2015 (as varied) and is also designated as a strategic route within the Donegal County Development Plan 2012 – 2018 (as varied).
Alignment options have been developed along the designated corridor through the townlands of Drumnahoagh, Scribley, Oldtown, Lismonaghan and Creevesmith.
Over 100 people attended a public consultation event for this new proposed route on Thursday 3 May in the Letterkenny Public Service Centre and the Council is keen to hear the views and comments of those with an interest in this project.
To have your say complete the public consultation feedback form available on www.donegalcoco.ie . Further information on proposed routes is also available here.
Submissions can also be made in writing and posted to Donegal County Council, Road Design Office, Lifford, Co. Donegal or emailed to [email protected] The Council can also be contacted at 074 91 53900.