September 21, 2021
Reports of changes to rights of way being ‘postponed indefinitely’ welcome – Pa Daly TD

Sinn Féin spokesperson on Law Reform, Pa Daly TD, has today welcomed media reports that changes to rights of way are to be postponed indefinitely.

Teachta Daly said:

“I wrote to the Minister’s for Housing and Justice on this matter last week, and hopefully we are about to see movement on the issue.

“The pandemic has made some of the legal and practical complexities involved in registering rights of way close to impossible.

“Assent by neighbouring landowners was to be required, and in many cases that was extremely difficult to obtain.

“This placed access to homes at risk, and posed an even greater threat to farmers as rights of way cover many issues related to drainage and access.  

“It is right and proper that the Minister for Justice sees sense on this matter and I look forward to confirmation of the delay being delivered soon.”

Follow us online

Latest Tweets

In 2019, Leo Varadkar said he was giving the insurance industry 6 months to cut costs.

Here we are 5 years later and figures show that motor insurance has increased EVERY month over the last 10 months.

Sinn Féin in Government would hold the insurance industry to account, rather

Hosting Euro 2028 an ‘unmissable opportunity’ - @johnfinucane

“We must seize the opportunity to host the Euros by continuing to drive forward the redevelopment of Casement Park as a first-class facility fit to host this prestigious competition.”

Watch as Sinn Féin Senator @paul_gavan grills the Health Minister on the complete and utter failures in University Hospital Limerick and our health system.

Sinn Féin has a plan to address the healthcare issues in the Midwest. @QuinlivanTD

Load More