South Meath Solar Farm
This letter is to advise you in advance of works scheduled to commence for phase two at the South Meath Solar Farm Project Vesington Co Meath.
Suir Engineering will be commencing enabling works in conjunction with the formation / Installation of Solar Farm Access Roads/Compounds.
We will mobilise on site Monday 25th July. Plant transportation vehicles will be in use, we will endeavor to facilitate this as early as possible on Monday morning to minimize any potential disruption.
Stone deliveries/ haulage will commence on Tuesday 26th July 2022 and will run for approximately 5/6 weeks. At present it is anticipate having 4 number vehicles delivering stone to site.
Access to and from the site will be via a one-way system. The delivery vehicles will leave the M3 at Junction 5 (Dunboyne) and travel along the R157 for approximately 2km before turning right onto the R156. From here the vehicles will travel for around 3km until they take a right turn onto the L6222 where they will travel approximately 0.5km to site Section 1 South Field Entrance and 1km to site section 2 North Field Entrance. Both site entrances will be a left-hand turn from the L6222. On exit from the site delivery vehicles will be prompted to turn left only when leaving site and travel north along the L6222 to avoid any conflict on this slightly narrow road.
A map of the proposed route to site entrance 1 and 2 is attached below
All traffic movements will be carried out between the hours of 08.00 to 18.00 Monday to Friday and 08.00 to 13.00 Saturdays
We thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during these essential works. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
John Lowry Statkraft Community Liaison Officer – 0874296496
Colm Sherry Suir Engineering Logistics Manager – 0871686412
Robert O’ Neill – Suir Engineering EHS Advisor – 0871746902
Tommy Duggan – Suir Engineering site Manager- 0868251950
Suir Engineering Project Team