The Ulster Canal Greenway Phase II – Smithborough to Middletown Flynn Furney Environmental Consultants undertook an Ecological Impact Assessment of this c.30km recreational cycle and walking route.  Our assessment looked at the impacts on a designated site within the route (an old broadleaved woodland), and on watercourses crossed by the route – including the Ulster […]

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Glamping in Clones At time of writing FFEC are undertaking an Ecological Impact Assessment of a novel facility for Clones, Co. Monaghan. This is a proposed glamorous camping – or Glamping – site which will be an additional facility for the soon to be developed Ulster Canal Marina at Clones. The team are looking at

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The “Kilnamona Bends” Flynn Furney Environmental Consultants carried out a range of environmental and ecological assessments for Kilgallen & Partners Consulting Engineers to allow Clare County Council proceed with the realignment of the N85 to greatly improve road safety here.  This included the assessment of a range of options for crossing the Shalee River.  

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