Tuesday, June 28, 2022

William Halloran of Kenaidan Construction, Cllr Gerry Coyle, Cllr Sean Carey and Aidan Kenny of Kenaidan construction at Bunduala, Belmullet yesterday

Work has gotten underway this week on a long awaited sea wall in Erris.

Last February, €1m of funding was secured to construct a sea wall at Bunduala, Belmullet. The wall will run along the R313, and will replace the wall that was built a hundred years ago to protect the people living and travelling along the coast road.

There had been concerns expressed by Erris-based councillors that there would be further delays to the start date of construction, but work began on Monday morning (yesterday).

Cllr Gerry Coyle shared the news on social media today.

“We all need to be mindful of the works and obey the traffic management to ensure the workers and everyone else too will be kept safe during the works,” Cllr Coyle wrote.

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