Kilbeggan Link Scheme
Offaly County Council, in partnership with Westmeath County Council and in association with Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), is developing the N52 Tullamore to Kilbeggan Link Scheme.
The N52 Tullamore to Kilbeggan Link Scheme is now at the ‘Option Selection’ phase in accordance with the TII Project Management Guidelines.
The Project Team is currently finalising the assessment of the five Route Corridor Options presented at the second non-statutory public consultation in November/December 2020.
A third non-statutory public consultation to present the Emerging Preferred Route Corridor is planned for Summer 2021, with exact dates to be confirmed shortly.
Field survey work, including ecological and archaeological walkover surveys, have been ongoing through Spring, and will continue through the Summer.
Route Corridor Options
Five Route Corridor Options have been identified for the N52 Tullamore to Kilbeggan Scheme. The project team would like to hear your views on the Route Corridor Options to inform the design of the project.
We welcome your feedback on any issues or information, relating to the corridors, which you think should be considered by the project team in selecting a preferred route corridor
The Route Corridor Options shown are typically 200m wide. The 200m corridor does not represent the actual width of the road scheme or the lands to be acquired – the corridor indicates the lands within which a road scheme could feasibly be developed.
It should be noted that the boundary of a route corridor may be subject to change as the project develops to address any new or previously unidentified constraints emerging during the design process.
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