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PPP contract signed yesterday

category international | environment | news report author Thursday March 08, 2007 12:59author by M. Ni Bhrolchain - Save Tara Report this post to the editors

The PPP for the M3 has been signed

An Irish Times report, Thursday, March 8, 2007, by Tim O'Brien says that the PPP for the M3 was signed on Wednesday March 7. A dark day for Tara, the Gabhra Valley and for Ireland.
The mutilator
The mutilator

Contracts for the construction of one of the State's most expensive
motorway sections yet, the controversial M3 motorway in Co Meath, have
been signed by Siac Ferrovial and the National Roads Authority. The
cost of the road, including land, is €900 million.
Siac Ferrovial, an Irish-Spanish consortium trading as Eurolink, has
already commenced preparatory works and has moved machinery on to a
site compound at Dunshaughlin. Construction of the 60km of motorway and
50km of ancillary roads is now expected to get under way in earnest.
A spokesman for Minister for the Environment Dick Roche said there were
no outstanding issues in relation to archaeology to delay the start of
the project.
At €900 million, the road is more expensive than all schemes so far
except the upgrade of the M50 where the addition of a third lane and
upgrade of the junctions is expected to cost €1 billion. In comparison,
Dublin Port Tunnel cost some €750 million - although the contractor is
seeking additional payments - and the Shannon Tunnel in Limerick has a
projected cost of about €570 million. The South Eastern Motorway, the
most expensive section of the M50, cost about €500 million.
Opponents of the M3 have not ruled out another legal challenge and in
the last month transport researcher Brian Guckian has lodged complaints
against Ireland with the European Commission and the European
Parliament over four Irish motorway projects, including the M3.
He told The Irish Times yesterday his complaint related to defects in
the environmental impact assessments of the M3, the proposed M7/M8
motorway in the midlands, the Monkstown Ring Road in south Dublin and
two schemes on the N6/M6 between Athlone and Galway.

Related Link: http://www.savetara.com

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   New M50 full when finished     M. Ni Bhrolchain    Thu Mar 08, 2007 13:01 
   Event at the Dáil today     M. Ni Bhrolchain    Thu Mar 08, 2007 13:03 
   Bertie - I told you so !     Meehawl    Thu Mar 08, 2007 13:08 
   St Patricks Day- The Dail Closes for a Week.     Milady    Thu Mar 08, 2007 13:41 
   Where is the artistic community     Equally frustrated    Thu Mar 08, 2007 23:56 
   Images from todays event     Paula Geraghty    Fri Mar 09, 2007 00:00 
   Celtic Hussies !     An Admirer    Fri Mar 09, 2007 00:06 
   Where were the advertised horses     Give up    Fri Mar 09, 2007 00:10 
   Where the horses were.....     Celtic Warrior of Tara    Fri Mar 09, 2007 00:24 
 10   Spontaneous Ladies.     Meehawl    Fri Mar 09, 2007 01:44 
 11   Perplexed     Amused    Fri Mar 09, 2007 13:49 
 12   Demonstration at the Dáil     M. Ni Bhrolchain    Fri Mar 09, 2007 19:39 
 13   Great idea     W. Finnerty.    Sat Mar 10, 2007 11:45 


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