Slane has a medieval bridge and an 18th century
road carrying 21st century articulated traffic…
The only long-term solution to the
ongoing traffic problem in Slane
is the construction of the bypass.

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NRA to publish CPO and EIS for proposed bypass
25th November 2009

The National Roads Authority are to finalise Compuslory Purchase Orders and publish Environmental Impact Statement imminently in advance of Bord Pleanala submission. This is the final major step required in advance of application to an Bord Pleanála for permission to construct the bypass.

The CPO documentation will detail all of the lands the NRA intend to purchase in connection with the construction of the bypass while the EIS document will explore all likely effects on the local environment of the construction of the bypass and will consider such issues as human impact, landuse, settlement patterns, health and safety, flora, fauna, water, soils, landscapes, heritage.

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