Roscommon County Council - Corporate Services

By: Roscommon County Development Board  05/12/2011

Location: First Floor, Courthouse.

Address: Courthouse, Roscommon.

Telephone No: (090) 6637140 (General)

Fax No: (090) 6637108

Roscommon County Council Elected Members

Training and Conferences Elected Members

The Corporate Services section is responsible for booking training courses and seminars and for processing the expenses payments for the 26 Elected Members of Roscommon County Council. 

Safety Health and Welfare at Work

Current health and safety targets include:

  1. Increase the awareness of health and safety issues throughout the workforce.
  2. Assessment of the safety training needs of the workforce and the development of appropriate training initiatives.

Each person must work to ensure that a positive safety culture is developed in Roscommon County Council, where health and safety issues are integrated into business management and daily operations.

Contact: Safety Officer
Corporate Services Section
Roscommon County Council
The Courthouse
Roscommon
Telephone: 090 6637371

Derelict Sites

A derelict site means any land which detracts, or is likely to detract, to a material degree from the amenity, character or appearance of land in the neighbourhood of the land in question because of:

  1. The existence on the land in question of structures which are in a ruinous, derelict or dangerous condition, or
  2. The neglected unsightly or objectionable condition of the land or any structures on the land or
  3. The presence, deposit or collection on the land of any litter, rubbish, debris or waste (except where it is allowed by right).

The Derelict Act 1990 provides for effective arrangements against land dereliction. The Act requires local authorities to maintain a register of derelict sites under Section 3 of the Act. In addition, it places a general duty on owners and occupiers of land including statutory bodies and State Authorities to prevent land from becoming or from continuing to be a derelict site. The Local Authority must take all reasonable steps to ensure that land in their functional area does not become or continue to be a derelict site.

Live Derelict Sites – Nov 2011
DS No Area Townland Situated at Particulars of Site Name of Owner Live
2002/ 21 Boyle Mocmoyne Green Street Derelict house D' arclanbaud Gordon Mr Yes
2002/ 132 Boyle Mocmoyne Patrick Street House Candon James Yes
1992/ 35 Strokes-town Toberrory Tulsk House De Nash Seamus Mr Yes
1992/ 36 Strokes-town Moneen -Beg Rooskey House Hoare Gerard Mr Yes
2006/ 03 Boyle Lustia Battle-bridge House Whitney Sean Yes
2006/ 01 Athlone Feevagh Taughma-connell House Kennedy John Yes
2008/ 12 Roscom-mon Ballyphea-son Circular Rd House left of Casey's Casey Peter Yes
2008/ 17 Roscom-mon Ballyphea-son Main Street Denim Dock Doyle Sean Yes

Contact: Corporate Services Section
Roscommon County Council
The Courthouse
Roscommon
Telephone: 090 6637367

Dog Control

Under the provisions of the control of Dogs Act, 1986, the Local Authority is responsible for the control of Dogs in the County of Roscommon. This task is undertaken in association with the I.S.P.C.A.

All dog owners are required by law to have a current dog licence which can be purchased from any post office at a cost of €12.70.

Contact: Corporate Services Section
Roscommon County Council
The Courthouse
Roscommon
Telephone: 090 6637368

Veterinary Services

Contact: Michael Leyden
Veterinary Officer
Corporate Services Section
Roscommon County Council
The Courthouse
Roscommon
Telephone: 090 6637382

Civic Receptions

Roscommon County Council acknowledges the successes of the citizens of County Roscommon and achievements in sport, business and community work are honoured in the Civic Receptions we organise. Citizens are nominated by Members of Roscommon County Council.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011


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