Coastal Concern Alliance (CCA) is an independent, voluntary group, set up in 2006 to campaign for:
The future of Ireland’s coastal areas is a matter of great importance to many ordinary people who have no voice on this issue because of the serious democratic deficit embodied in the outdated legislation governing our coastal zone.
15.10.16 Marine Spatial Plan. CCA urges Minister Coveney to ensure that Ireland's first Marine Plan rectifies developer-led foreshore administration and protects marine habitats and coastal landscapes - key marine resources. Read more >>>
02.04.14. Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan 2014 – A threat to east coast landscapes and marine environment Read more >>>
18.11.13. Foreshore Act 1933 is finally being reformed. CCA have made a submission on the proposed legislation Read more >>>
01.06.13. CCA has lodged a submission objecting to the huge Dublin Array windfarm proposed by Saorgus Energy Ltd for Dublin/Wicklow coastline. Read more >>>
01.05.13. Dublin Array offshore wind farm with 145 huge turbines proposed by developer for Dublin Bay /Killliney Bay will have significant adverse visual impact on coast of Dublin and Wicklow . Read more >>>