A Public Information Period on the South Coast DMAP Proposal is now open
The Department of the Environment has announced that a Public Information Period has been opened in relation to the South Coast Designated Maritime Area Plan (DMAP) Proposal published in July.
The South Coast DMAP Proposal puts forward an initial ‘proposed’ geographical area within which future offshore renewable energy development may take place. The geographical area of this initial proposal is approximately 8,600 square kilometres in size, extending from the High-Water Mark on Ireland’s south coast to the 80-metre depth contour and/or the edge of the Irish Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
On the announcement of the public in formation period, the Department says: