Ballintober Biodiversity Trail This project aimed to overlay a self-guided nature tour upon an existing looped walk in the countryside outside Ballintober Co. Roscommon, which joins on to the Suck Valley Way, a larger walking trail that runs near the village. Ballintober is well known for its 17th century castle and is surrounded by an […]

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Castlecoote Bog Trail Flynn Furney Environmental Consultants are delighted to be working with Castlecoote Tidy Towns on the planning and design of new trails across a range of habitats close to this beautiful Roscommon village. This award-winning Tidy Towns group took us on to survey route options for a new trail across cutover bogland near

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Midleton to Youghal Greenway Flynn Furney Environmental Consultants Ltd have been involved with this Greenway from initial pre-construction constraints surveys to clearance supervision and are currently the on-site ecologists. This greenway is situated in a mosaic of habitats which requires a range of specialist disciplines. The route starts in a urban setting, passes through many

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Ulster Canal Greenway (2012 – 2021) The development of a canal system in Ireland began in 1729. This was to allow the transportation of coal between the port of Newry and the coalfields of Tyrone. The Ulster Canal began construction in 1827 and its goal was to link Lough Neagh and Lough Erne and opened

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Blessington Greenway The Blessington Greenway project aimed to survey the lands around the Poulaphouca Reservoir in West County Wicklow for the installation of a cycling/walking track, and is actually an extension of the existing Greenway that runs through the town of Blessington. The planned route ran for over 70 km through urban areas and open

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Longford Greenway The Longford Greenway will offer a walk on the wild side, with scenic routes through Ireland’s midlands. The route is positioned along numerous existing Bord na Mona rail corridors. These routes bisect areas of raised bog, scrub, wetland and grassland habitats. Flynn Furney Environmental Consultants were asked by Clandillon Civil Consulting to prepare

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