Increased use of 30 kilometres per hour speed limits in existing housing estates

Motion submitted by friend and fellow Councillor Joe Neville at January County Council meeting. I welcome your feedback; Q. That this council submit proposals for the increased use of 30 kilometres per hour speed limits and other measures in existing housing estates aimed at improving safety for the most vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, […]

Newbridge Parking Bye-Laws

PARKING BYE-LAWS AS ADOPTED (July 2013) THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF THE COUNTY OF KILDARE  (in these Bye-Laws referred to as “The Council”) having consulted with the Commissioner of the Garda Siochana and (a)          In pursuance of the powers vested in the Council by Section 101 of the Road Traffic Act, 1961 (No. 24 of […]

Kildare-Newbridge Municipal District Agenda Reports for January 2015

1. How many cases have been taken against developers of unfinished estates in the previous five years with what success and cost (please identify estates)? Report: in the previous 5 years, Building and Development Control Section has commenced formal enforcement proceedings in twenty four cases against developers relating to the non – completion or the […]

Kildare – Newbridge Municipal District Agenda Reports for December 2014

1. In light of on-going issues with pay-parking in Newbridge, that this council incentives shoppers to come into Newbridge with the effect of helping trade in the town. Following feedback from traders and residents/shoppers, possible solutions include offering 2 hours free from 9.00am to 11.00am with paid parking resuming from 11am, starting 20th December. This […]

Casual Trading Laws / bye-laws

In Kildare at present we have active Casual Trading Bye-Laws in two towns Celbridge and Maynooth. There are bye-laws in place in Newbridge for a farmers market on Georges street but at present no one is trading. There is also a market in Athy on a Tuesday and in Kildare on a Thursday that are […]