Archive for the ‘Tank Field’ Category

The Tank Field – update

29 Jul 11

If the Tank Field in Cork was in Dublin, the issues it raises would probably receive the national attention it deserves. The issues around the Tank Field are not unique to Cork but have relevance to the administration of local government nationally and the decision making process within the Department of Education. It is a case-study […]

The Tank Field: the issues

27 Oct 09

The Tank Field: the issues   1. The takeover of the Tank Field by the City Council      a. The decision to do so      b. The problems with the process utilised   2. The transfer/leasing of the Tank Field to Brian Dillon’s Club (a private company), BDC      a. The process of disposing or […]

Background to the Tank Field

27 Oct 09

Background to the Tank Field   The Tank Field is the only flat green public space in North East Cork City and has been a communal resource for the community since the first houses were built in this part of Cork in the 1930s. It is called the Tank Field because a large water tank […]

My Ten Responses on concerns raised by the Board of Management of Gaelscoil An Ghoirt Álainn

27 Oct 09

My Ten Responses on concerns raised by the Board of Management of Gaelscoil An Ghoirt Álainn

1. Queries relating to perceived imbalance and perceived inaccuracy of opinion piece

27 Oct 09

Queries relating to perceived imbalance and perceived inaccuracy of opinion piece

2. Comments on the Conditions of Gaelscoil An Ghoirt Álainn

25 Oct 09

Comments on the Conditions of Gaelscoil An Ghoirt Álainn

3. Mayfield Community School

25 Oct 09

Mayfield Community School

4. Location of Tank Field

25 Oct 09

Location of Tank Field

5. The Tank Field as the only flat green public space in North East Cork City

25 Oct 09

The Tank Field as the only flat green public space in North East Cork City

6. Consultation with residents

25 Oct 09

Consultation with residents