Letters to the Editor, ‘Sinn Fein should reflect on their opposition to Carnbane development’

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Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
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Dear Editor, As an Armagh Road resident from day one I have supported the Carnbane Industrial and Social Housing Development. Letters to the EditorThis I have very publicly declared through our local and national media, including your own newspaper. The High Court ruling upon the project to fight off amongst others Sinn Fein’s supported opposition to planning permission is a victory for all the people of Newry and the wider district. Sinn Fein have been very open and vociferous in their opposition to the Carnbane Development, with MP Micky Brady in pre election interviews having declared this. Let us not lose sight of the fact that Carnbane from construction jobs to on site permanent jobs will create approximately 800 jobs. Sinn Fein should reflect upon their ill-judged, out of touch connect with working class people’s needs locally, whom desired Carnbane very much. John McCabe – Newry   More on this story: Newry Chamber fails in bid to block Carnbane Way development Major new Newry development gets mixed reception Major Newry development will create up to 800 jobs, says company behind the scheme Newry says ‘YES’ to Carnbane Way development according to survey Full steam ahead: Developers plan start of work at Carnbane Way despite Newry Sinn Fein opposition SDLP Newry blasts Sinn Fein for ‘betraying local people’ over major Newry development The Newry Times Big Debate: Yes or No to major Carnbane Development project?  

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