Can I ask you to be mindful of your speed and be extra vigilant of young children that might run out from behind parked cars, especially with the good weather and summer holidays around the corner and more children out playing. So please Slow down, stay vigilant & keep our children safe!
As a follow up to the articles about local traffic congestion and the future Johnstown Changes we’re delighted to have Drone Services Irelandhelp us capture Aerial Footage to highlight the traffic problems in the Johnstown area at peak times.
See the posting on Navan South – Communities Uniteand join in the conversation.
If you missed the articles read the April and May Editions of the www.JohnstownTimes.com
Drone Services Ireland will be capturing Aerial Footage to highlight the traffic problems in the Johnstown area at peak time of 9am. These will be done from approximately 100M to avoid any privacy issues and are not directed at any houses, this is just to capture the extent of the problem in the area. If anyone has questions please let me know.
Will most likely be later in the week, Thursday or Friday morning depending on weather.
Johnstown Tidy towns group will be holding a meeting upstairs in O’Briens on Wednesday at 7.30 PM. This meeting is about organising projects teams to help run some of the events we have coming over the following months in Johnstown.
All residents in Johnstown are welcome so please come along and help support some great events in your local community.
We have a fantastic sequence of events planned over the coming months with #Johnstowntidytowns in the Johnstown area. Continue reading
Details of the new Navan 2030 Town Centre Plan will go on display from Monday 8th May. The plans will be put on display at the four locations below during office hours each weekday until 20th June (excluding 5th June):
(a) Meath County Council, County Hall, Railway Street
(b) Meath County Council, Navan Civic Offices, Watergate Street
(c) Meath County Council, Planning Department, Buvinda House, Dublin Road
(d) Navan Library, Railway Street
Meath County Council is holding a public consultation on the proposed plans and is seeking feedback. This is an opportunity for you to give your opinions on the proposed plans. For further information, please visit
Making a Submission
Submissions can be made in writing to the Planning Department, Meath County Council, Buvinda House, Dublin Road, Navan, County Meath, C15 Y291 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 4.00 pm on Tuesday 4th July 2017.
If you have a query about making your submission or questions about the plans, you can contact us at:
Tel: 046 9097150