PPN Consultation Portal

As part of our mission to grow engagement in public decision-making, this section of www.corkcityppn.ie provides a forum for consulting PPN members and, on occasion, members of the general public on policy and strategic proposals that affect Cork City.

Any and all submissions on open and upcoming consultations are very welcome, so don’t be shy! There is no perfect formula and your submission can be as detailed or simple as you like – even a single line would work! All we want is to hear your voice, so speak up and be heard!

NOTE: This is just one forum we use for consultation, so if you would  prefer to consult with us in person, by post, or email we’re more than happy to do that too. Just make contact by emailing info@corkcityppn.ie or calling 086 142 2747 and we’ll take it from there.

Open Consultations

Consultation on City Development Plan Now Open

The public is invited to read the ‘Our City – Our Future’ issues paper which is available at www.corkcitydevelopmentplan.ie, at Cork City libraries and by appointment at the Planning Counter at Cork City Hall. A submission on the plan can be made as part of this initial public consultation from today, June 26 until August 21 2020.

Proposed Changes to Pedestrian Movements in Cork City

Consultation on one way pedestrian movement on French Church Street, Carey's Lane, Cook Street and Malboro Street to facilitate improved pedestrian movement and to enhance social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic. The documents shown here give full details of the proposed temporary road closures and a link to Cork City Council's consultation platform.

Impact of COVID-19 on Food Systems in European Cities

Cork Food Policy Council is collaborating with the Let's Food Cities project, a European collaboration to encourage city to city cooperation for sustainable food systems.  As part of this collaboration, a questionnaire has been launched to explore the impact COVID-19 has had on the food systems across a number of  European cities, including Cork.  We want to identify what adaptation measures are being taken, and what are the perspectives from different agencies, organisations, and community groups for the after-crisis.