‘Business case received for Narrow Water Bridge’ – SEUPB

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Sunday, August 5th, 2012
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Sinn Féin MLA Caitriona Ruane has welcomed the discussion between Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson and Pat Colgan, Chief Executive of the Special European Union Projects Body (SEUPB) in which he confirmed that a business case for the Narrow Water Bridge has been received. Speaking to Newry Times, Ruane said, “I welcome the fact that Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson has met with the Chief Executive of the SEUPB and has raised the matter of the Narrow Water Bridge. Martina Anderson recently attended a meeting in South Down and promised to pursue the funding for this project and has been good to her word.” “Pat Colgan, while unable to comment on individual cases confirmed that a business case for the bridge had been received and acknowledged that the project had cross party and cross border support.” She added, “Martina Anderson has promised to continue to support the project and I hope that the SEUPB will soon make a positive decision on the project.” More on this story: ‘Bridge now key to Mournes tourism strategy’ – McKevitt MEP support for Narrow Water Bridge welcomed ‘Narrow Water Bridge a priority for County Louth and County Down’ – Adams Adams backs Narrow Water Bridge Project Ruane attends An Bord Pleanála on Narrow Water Bridge  ‘Narrow Water Bridge must be priority for SEUPB’ – Ruane Narrow Water Bridge Appeal successful ‘Narrow Water back on agenda’ – McKevitt Loughran welcomes Narrow Water Bridge decision Ritchie welcomes successful Narrow Water Bridge appeal
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