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    31 Oct

    Tony Conroy resident Pairc Na Coille

    My home has been here at Páirc na Coille for 12 years now. Most mornings I wake up to bird song and that is thanks in large part to living in close proximity to a substantial area of woodland. This area consists of native trees and undergrowth crucial to the survival of the wildlife that […]

    Ennis Wild Life
    October 31, 2021
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    31 Oct

    Kevin Tiernan. Willsgrove Ennis

    The urbanization of townlands across Ireland is a recent phenomenon necessary for ensuring a sufficient stock of housing and amenities is delivered for a fast-growing and aging population. The use of land for the purpose of redevelopment is a complex subject as is the case with the 10.5 acre site next to Páirc na Coille […]

    Ennis Wild Life
    October 31, 2021
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    28 Oct

    Michael Cosgrave. New York and Ennis

    As one of the few remaining natural areas in Ennis town, I object to the redevelopment of the lands adjacent to Pairc na Coille retirement home. Rather than sacrifice another wooded area full of biodiversity, I would like to see other options explored such as setting up an Ennis wildlife interpretive centre on this site. […]

    Ennis Wild Life
    October 28, 2021
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    26 Oct

    Bridget Mooney. Pairc Na Coille

    I live in pairc na coille facing the area of lovely trees and undergrowth. We are never lonely here with all the wildlife we see and hear every day. This area is so unique now especially in our town of Ennis as it is so built up from every side. Hopefully, we will continue to […]

    Ennis Wild Life
    October 26, 2021
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