Templebreedy Fort Could Become a National Monument
The new draft Cork County Development plan is available to view until September 26th.
Templebreedy Fort in Crosshaven could become a National Monument as outlined in the new County Development Plan. The Department of Defence plan to sell 30 acres of land there and many developers are interested in buying the site to build houses. The site currently hosts Templebreedy Pitch & Putt club and many Crosshaven residents would prefer the land to become available for recreational use.
The new draft development plan is now on display and will remain so until September 26th. Submissions and observations by the public can be made until this time. The draft plan can be viewed at the Councils offices on the Carrigrohane Road or downloaded from their website (below). The new plan must be adopted by councillors by next January.