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Rath Lugh - Tara preservation order stops destruction.

category national | environment | news report author Thursday October 04, 2007 02:24author by Tara Resisters Report this post to the editors

Preservation order placed on Rath Lugh.
The Tide is Turning.Work on destruction of the National Monument at Rath Lugh,that was slowed by direct action ,has now stopped completely,due to John Gormley preservation order.Now reroute the M3 round the sacred Valley.

From: TaraWatch
To: hilloftara@yahoogroups.com ; taralitigation@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2007 11:29 AM
Subject: [TaraWatch] RTE News: Temporary preservation order at Tara

[Keep checking this link below. There will be audio and video added
later, as RTE are filming at Rath Lugh now]

Temporary preservation order at Tara

Tuesday, 2 October 2007 10:23
http://www.rte. ie/news/2007/ 1002/tara. html

The Minister for the Environment, John Gormley, has signed a temporary
preservation order on a national monument known as Rath Lugh in the
Tara/Skryne valley.

People opposing the route of the motorway through the valley say work
on the project has damaged the monument, a claim that has been disputed
by the National Roads Authority and the Department of the Environment.

The national monument at Rath Lugh lies 2.5km from the Hill of Tara.
The fort is also close to the other national monument at Lismullen.

AdvertisementMr Gormley ordered an assessment following concerns about
damage to the monument and the placement of the motorway 20m closer to
the site.

The assessment concluded it was not under threat from the road works
but was under threat from the dense undergrowth and forest on top of
it. Some of this scrub had been cleared as part of the M3 project.

Both Coillte, which owns the land, and the NRA, have been informed that
the temporary preservation order has been issued to prevent any further
work taking place at or near the site.

The move has been welcomed by those opposing the route of the motorway,
who have said they had warned that Rath Lugh would be damaged by the
M3.
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 #   Title   Author   Date 
   Well Done     Well Wisher    Thu Oct 04, 2007 19:34 
   Is "Rath Laegaire" another earlier name for "Rath Lugh"?     W. Finnerty.    Fri Oct 05, 2007 21:00 
   Video: Tigger on the Digger - 5th October 2007     KOM    Wed Oct 10, 2007 06:11 
   biography, relations & appointments     who's who    Wed Oct 17, 2007 12:12 


 
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