A report published by the CCMA identifies over 2,300 seperate activities undertaken by local authorities in 2012 to contribute towards job creation and economic development.
Local Authority Open Source Forum 12th March 2013
A very successful and informative day was had at the OS forum in Local Government House.
The Household Bureau has received total payments of over €120 million. The number of properties registered stands at approx one million.
The POW Bureau has received over €7 million in total payments. The number of system registrations to date is four hundred thousand with a further 25,000 in progress.
Local Authorities have responsibility for delivery of a wide range of services in their local area with a focus on making towns and cities attractive places to live, work and invest.
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The report ‘Supporting Enterprise, Local Development and Economic Growth-Analysis of Local Authority Activities for 2012’ was published today by the County and City Managers’ Association (CCMA). The report which was welcomed by Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government, Mr. Phil Hogan T.D., highlights over 2,300 separate actions, projects and promotional activities undertaken by local authorities in 2012 to support job creation and economic development. Read more...
The Protect Our Water website (www.ProtectOurWater.ie) has been operational since the 26th June 2012. The registration fee has increased to €50 (from €5) since the 28th September. To date, the LGMA have received approximately 340,000 registrations. All owners of premises connected to a domestic wastewater treatment system are required to register their systems by midnight on the 1st of February 2013.
LGMA received over 420,000 registrations from owners of Domestic Waste Water Treatment Systems by the February 1st 2013 deadline, representing 85% of the estimated number of such systems.