Work on the N/M20 Cork to Limerick Project is currently at Design and Environmental Evaluation stage where the key constraints are being identified within the study area. As part of the Design and Environmental Evaluation stage the project team needs to undertake site visits to gather information in respect of the constraints in the study area.
Limerick City and Council has engaged the services of environmental specialists to carry out Environmental surveys for the development of the N/M20 Cork to Limerick Project. These specialists will be carrying out surveys/site visits within the N/M20 Study Area. They are consultants engaged by Limerick City and County Council and are required to undertake environmental surveys for the N/M20 Cork to Limerick project within the functional areas of Limerick City and County Council, Cork County Council and Cork City Council. The environmental specialists will hold identification and a letter of introduction from the N/M20 project office.
Limerick City and Council has engaged the services of Connect Archaeology to undertake Archaeological Geophysical Surveys in respect of the archaeological monuments and features that occur in the area. Operatives from Connect Archaeology will be surveying monuments and features of a cultural heritage interest along the preferred option corridor in the coming months using non-intrusive geophysical survey methods.
Should you have any queries on the project or site visits/surveys, please contact the N/M20 project office by email (firstname.lastname@example.org); by phone (061 973730); or by letter to the N/M20 Project Office, Lissanalta House, Dooradoyle, Limerick V94 H5RR. Limerick City and County Council appreciates your cooperation during this process.