Waste management and the Corona Virus
As a result of an increase in domestic waste arisings in the county, Kildare County Council has increased the opening times for two Civic Amenity Sites and also provided guidance on using recycling banks and managing waste at home.
The Government agreed, at the request of Eoghan Murphy T.D., Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, to make an order, which has the effect of further extending all public participation periods in the planning system for 19 additional days, up to and including 9 May 2020.
Frequently Asked Questions on effect of Orders under Section 251A of the Planning and Development, Act, 2000 (as amended)
On 16th April 2020, prior to the expiry of the original Order under Section 251A, a new Order was made by the Government, to extend the period of the original Order. See new details about extension to Planning timelines. Full details at the Dept. of Housing, Planning and Local Government website.
KCC webpage with all of the latest updates and press releases from the Council related to services, functions and supports. Environment and Road Services detail
As required by Government, all Council Offices are closed to the public until further notice. Council staff will now focus on the critical essential services that must be maintained through this Pandemic and in accordance with the Council’s Business Continuity Plan.
Contact the helpline on 1800 300 174 or 045 980202 from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week to access non-emergency and non-medical supports. Email email@example.com. For the most up-to-date information see the Forum's website
Kildare County Council is allocating designated hours in our Parks for those who have been cocooning for the last number of weeks. The designated hours will be from 1.30pm – 3.30pm each day. We are asking for the co-operation and understanding of the general public to facilitate these times during the day and to allow people who have had to cocoon use our parks safely and give them the space to do this. Other users should avoid using the parks at this time and use the parks at other times instead. The designated hours will apply from Wednesday 13th May 2020.
Business Re-Start Application Form
Privacy Notice: Kildare County Council is seeking the information below from you to process your application. The lawful basis for processing this information is Article 6(1)(e) of the General Data Protection Regulation.
The personal information you provide will be used only for the purposes of submitting and processing your application for Re-Start grant funding. It will be necessary to share a high level description of the names and numbers of businesses applying for the grant, the amounts awarded and Covid impact and numbers employed data to the Department of Business, Enterprise & Innovation for reporting purposes. Kildare County Council undertakes to retain the person data you supply for no longer than the duration of the R-Start Grant Scheme plus a further 5 years.
A detailed description of how Kildare County Council will address the following data protection issues can be found by accessing the following web page link:
Kildare County Council's Data Protection Policy http://kildare.ie/countycouncil/PrivacyStatement/index.html
Kildare County Council’s records retention schedule can be found by accessing the following web page link: http://www.kildare.ie/CountyCouncil/Publications/DataProtection
Please read the FAQ's provided before completing the application form. The FAQ's can be found here