Planning permission sought for development for grain facility in Athy

first_img Community Planning permission sought for development for grain facility in Athy By David Power – 15th May 2018 Pinterest TAGSAthyBoortmaltKildare County Council Facebook Boortmalt is planning a significant delopment at the Maltings in Athy, following a planning permission application to be decided upon by Kildare County Council.Minch Malt Ltd trading as Boortmalt, published a planning notice outlining its intention to apply for a 10 year planning permission for development at the Maltings, Athy, Co Kildare.Included in the plans is the demolition of a portion of an existing barley intake building and storage building. Facebook This will make way for the construction of a new malting plant comprising – an energies building (400.5 sq meters and 16.6 metres high); a kiln vessel (594 sq metre, and 10.8 metres high); a steeps building (496.6 sq m and 20.4 m high).Also included in the plans are 2 germination vessels (830 sq metres and 10.2 metres high); a 300 cu metre process water tank (5.7 metres high) and ancillary overhead conveyors at 11.5 metres above ground level.The planned development will also include the construction of 3 combined heat and power units (228 sq m. and 7.4m high); the construction of a barley intake building (145.7 sq metre and 18 metres high); a heat recovery unit for for the boby kiln to be located on top of the existing boby tower (162 sq metre).Also included in the planning application is the renovation of Plewman’s House and the construction of a 76 sq metre boardroom extension and a 310 sq metre administration building extension.It is also planned to construct 29 new car park spaces with disabled and electric charging spaces adjacent to Plewman’s House.AccessThe planned works include the construction of an access road, footpath and vehicle entrance from the Woodstock Industrial Estate road.Other site development works will include the provision of ancillary access roads, hardstands, conveyors and underground services required to facilitate the development.SEE ALSO – New gardai appointed to patrol Laois roads Home News Business Planning permission sought for development for grain facility in Athy NewsBusiness Community Twittercenter_img Pinterest Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Previous articleWATCH: Elegant in style, traditional in service – Killeshin Hotel hosting wedding event this weekendNext articleMassive new development planned for Laois town David PowerA journalist for over 20 years, David has worked for a number of regional titles both as journalist and editor. From Tullamore he also works as a content editor for Independent.ie. His heroes include Shane Lowry, Seamus Darby and Johnny Flaherty WhatsApp WhatsApp Rugby Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’last_img read more

JIS Jamaica 50 Photo Album Wins International Award

first_imgPhoto: JIS PhotographerJIS CEO Donna-Marie Rowe peruses a copy of the JIS Golden Jubilee publication. Looking on are Minister of Youth and Culture, the Hon. Lisa Hanna, the Governor General’s wife, Lady Allen and Minister with Responsibility for Information, the Hon. Senator Sandrea Falconer. RelatedArchives Critical to Jamaica’s History RelatedJIS Jamaica 50 Photo Album Wins International Award RelatedNo Let Up in NHT Housing Provisions JIS Jamaica 50 Photo Album Wins International Award InformationMarch 30, 2013center_img JIS Jamaica 50 Photo Album Wins International AwardJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Jamaica Information Service’s (JIS) commemorative Jamaica 50 photo album has won an international award in the prestigious Mercury Awards Competition, organized by New York-based firm, MerComm, Incorporated, in the United States.The publication, titled: “Our Golden Jubilee, Snapshots of Post Independent Jamaica 1962 – 2012”, was selected for the 2012/13 Bronze Award in the Photo Album category, eclipsing some 677 other publications, representing 21 countries, which were vying for one of the top three awards.Now in its 26th year, the International Mercury Awards Competition recognizes the best outputs in public relations, public affairs and corporate communications, by honouring the hard work of the creative professionals.Major categories for awards include: Advertising, Annual Reports, Brochures, Custom Publications, Designs, Emerging Media, Magazines, Special Projects, Websites and Writing.Chief Executive Officer of the JIS, Donna-Marie Rowe, who was pleasantly surprised on receiving notification of the Award, informed that the Golden Jubilee publication was the choice of some of the world’s leading communications specialists.The commemorative album has been endorsed by the Minister with responsibility for Information, Senator the Hon. Sandrea Falconer, who commended the JIS for its foresight and creativity in producing the publication, during its official launch in July 2012.In describing it as “timely and welcome”, Senator Falconer pointed out that “with this publication, Jamaicans at home and abroad and friends of Jamaica, have been provided with a unique opportunity to relive some of the special moments in the story of our glorious independence journey.”MerComm, Inc. is the world’s only independent awards organization dedicated to defining the standards of excellence in the communications field and recognizing the professionals whose work has made outstanding contributions to their organization, corporation, or clients.To view a list of all recipients of the award, see related link at: http://www.mercommawards.com/mercury/awardWinners/categoryWinners/customGeneral.htm,under photo album.By Rodger Hutchinson, JIS Reporter Advertisementslast_img read more

How Lockdown Is Providing To Nature To Heal

first_imgHow Lockdown Is Providing To Nature To HealThe world is swept by the pandemic known as Coronavirus. If I search the history of epidemics, there were few in the 19th century but the 18th century was flooded with it. It was Spanish flu and other pandemics which have crippled the world apart from World War I and II. Effect of the Coronavirus or Covid19 The effect of Coronavirus is immense, the places which have been bustling with people like pubs and bars everywhere have been closed.Nature has stepped in, the morning chirping of birds can be heard without a honk of cars.I personally believe that apart from crippling the day to day life, it has also provided us with a  boon. You might be thinking that how it has imparted us with boon.It has given us a few priceless things :Fresh air to breathe Freedom from constant noise pollution Clean atmosphereRecently, I have read that the mountain range is visible from Jalandhar. It means that the atmosphere and environment are clean and the black which has darkened our brain and skin is also gone.Pollution and greenhouse emissions have also fallen on the continent.Is it passing by change or long-lasting impact on the environment The arguments can be seen on both sides. Though the current situation is seen as the reduction in the pollution levels up to 40 per cent, and also a substantial reduction in the travel.But will it be long-lasting or it is going to bounce back.Many scientists believe that historical epidemics have reduced carbon emission levels.  One of the prominent scientists says ” Black death from Europe in 14th Century, smallpox from South America in the 16th Century and arrival of Spanish conquistador has left an impact of the change in CO2 level.Less Industrial ActivityPrevious reductions were due to less Industrial activities and in the current, they will see a drop of 0.3 % in carbon dioxide emissions due to Covid19 pandemic. It is seen that the global economy will also grow. It has also seen the cancellation of mass events.Lessons To Learn One of the important lessons to be learnt from coronavirus that digitalisation is extremely beneficial. As the pandemic advocated social distancing as the norm, it also is seen that it will inculcate some new habits like the reduction of food waste, stockpiling’s and maintaining social distancing.One more aspect of the COVID 19 is community spreading and the speed and extent of spread.It shows that climatic change threats should be treated on an urgent basis or it can cause the wildfire on the Earth. Either we need to stop or the conditions will stop us.Even the top businesses are counting the cost and estimating the losses, still, it is time left to heal Earth.” I feel Earth needs time to heal as we have reaped so much out of it. Now the time has come that we need to sow the seeds as n of healthier environments, which bring lastly effect, says Neeraj Chopra.This article is a vision-driven thought by Neeraj Chopra, who is determined in Better India after Coronavirus.He also emphasises on the usage of electric cars and measures to be taken to reduce noise and air pollution as well.last_img read more

New Engineering Director for Stagecoach Midlands

first_imgStagecoach Midlands has appointed Dave Morgan as Engineering Director. He has been with the company for 22 years and has been Engineering Manager at its Rugby depot for the past 16 years.Dave Morgan (l) with Dave Heptinstall who he will be taking over fromDave, 41, takes over from the current Engineering Director, Dave Heptinstall, at the end of September and will be based at the Northampton Head Office.When he left school, Dave Morgan did a College course in engineering, welding and fabrication for two years and he then accepted an offer of a three-year apprenticeship based at the Stagecoach Rugby depot, during which time he also worked as a shift mechanic.When he completed his apprenticeship, Dave was made up to the position of Charge Hand, the equivalent to an Assistant Engineering Manager today.He says: “I am greatly looking forward to taking up my new post.  I believe I have a lot to offer. I have seen many changes in engineering practices over the years and my experience should put me in a strong position to tackle my new responsibilities.”Dave Heptinstall is transferring to Stagecoach Yorkshire as Engineering Director there.last_img read more

Daily Breakdown: Minnesota vs Illinois

first_imgDaily Breakdown: Minnesota vs Illinois Ben GotzNovember 21, 2015Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintBy Mike HendricksonThe Gophers (4-6, 1-5 Big Ten) will face an unranked opponent in Illinois on Saturday after taking on three ranked teams in a row. A full breakdown and score prediction can be seen below:When Minnesota runs the ball:Redshirt freshman running back Rodney Smith is likely to play for the Gophers on Saturday after being a late scratch against Iowa last week. Minnesota’s running offense has been up and down lately, and Illinois is not the easiest opponent. They have allowed an average of 154.4 rushing yards a game, 51st in the Football Bowl Subdivision. If Smith stays healthy Saturday, and freshman Shannon Brooks has another good game, Minnesota will have a chance to get its running game back on track.Matchup to watch: RB Shannon Brooks vs. LB Dawuane SmootAdvantage: IllinoisWhen Illinois runs the ball:Illinois struggles in the ground game, as the Illini are second to last in the Big Ten and 113th in the FBS in rushing offense. The team’s leading rusher, freshman Ke’Shawn Vaughn, is also doubtful for Saturday’s game. The Gophers have some injuries on the defensive line, but have a chance to smother the Illini’s rushing attack.Matchup to watch: RB Josh Ferguson vs. DE Hendrick EkpeAdvantage: MinnesotaWhen Minnesota passes the ball:Illinois has a good passing defense. They are 34th in the FBS in yards allowed a game, and have 12 interceptions in 10 games. Redshirt quarterback Mitch Leidner has rattled off possibly the best four games of his career in his last four games however, and did it against some better passing defenses. The Illini’s passing defense should limit Leidner a little, but it should be another good game for the quarterback and his receivers. Matchup to watch: WR KJ Maye vs. S Taylor BartonAdvantage: MinnesotaWhen Illinois passes the ball:Junior quarterback Wes Lunt had a nice start to the season, but has only thrown four touchdowns in his last five games. He doesn’t turn the ball over much with only four interceptions this season, but he isn’t a good enough quarterback to do significant damage against Minnesota’s secondary. The Gophers are 16th in the FBS in passing yards allowed.Matchup to watch: WR Geronimo Allison vs. CB Eric MurrayAdvantage: MinnesotaOther key factors:Illinois’ offense is not where it was when it began the season. The Illini are averaging 16.8 points in their last five games – nine points a game if you take out their 48-point performance against Purdue – after putting up an average of 30.2 per game in their first five. Minnesota has faced some tough offensive teams lately; the Illini should be a break from that.Prediction:Minnesota 24, Illinois 13Minnesota’s offense is clicking lately, and while Illinois has a tough defense, Leidner and company should have no problem putting up enough points to win this game.Prediction record so far this season: 9-1last_img read more

Standardise and deliver

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Kaya eyes repeat vs Mendiola in PH Football today

first_img The Iloilo-Mendiola tussle is set at 4 p.m. to be followed by the matchup between two-time defending League champions Ceres-Negros FC and Green Archers United FC at 7 p.m. The Ilonggos is at second and remains in striking distance for the League title with its 43 points, on 14 wins, one draw and three losses, behind Ceres-Negros that had 50 points. MANILA – Kaya Futbol Club Iloilo aims to keep its mastery of Mendiola 1991 FC when the two football clubs square off in the 2019 Philippines Football League today at the Aboitiz Pitch in Lipa, Batangas. Kaya Iloilo head coach Noel Marcaida reminded his players not to take Mendiola lightly as the latter was coming off a convincing 4-1 victory over the Philippine Air Force FC on Sunday. “It’s important to have control of the tempo from start to finish, especially as they (Mendiola) are coming from a commanding victory,” Marcaida said. “It’s important that we stay sharp and build momentum heading into our busy run of fixtures.” Today’s encounter will be the third time that the two teams face each other this season. Kaya Iloilo first defeated Mendiola on June 19 to the tune of 6-3 before following it up with a 5-0 blanking on July 27. “We can’t allow ourselves to concede an early goal to Mendiola like what happened in our first encounter,” Marcaida said. “Also, they are very good at defending deep and breaking very quickly when they recover possession.”/PNlast_img read more