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National Development Plan - Open for Public Consultation until Jan 29th
national | public consultation / irish social forum | news report Tuesday January 19, 2021 11:26 by anon
Final chance to have your say in the future development of the country
The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform invites submissions to Review to Renew, the public consultation element of the National Development Plan.
The review will not be considering the merit of individual projects or sectoral policy strategies as this is a primarily matter for individual Departments and Agencies. Individual projects are selected based on a detailed process which begins with Departments or Agencies setting their own sectoral strategy and goals, and then subsequently identifying specific needs or challenges to be addressed, whether that be through education, regulation, taxation or potentially expenditure on an infrastructure project.
How to respond
Respondents are requested to make their submissions by email to:-
Stakeholders are asked to respond to a number of questions which can be found here:
Review to Renew - Review of National Development Plan (NDP)
The closing date for receipt of submissions is 17:00, Friday, 29 January 2021 . Please clearly mark your submission in the subject line of your email as “Review to Renew Submission” .
The Department regrets that on account of the measures it has had to put in place in respect of the Covid-19 pandemic, it cannot receive hardcopy submissions by post.
See also Project Ireland 2040 Policy documents page.