Irelands reports on derogations under article 16 of the Habitats Directive

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Dear Environment,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001 and Regulation 1367/2006, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

Copies of the two most recent reports by Ireland submitted under article 16(2) of Directive 92/43/EEC (the Habitats Directive) as well as copies of the Commission's opinion on these reports.

My postal address is

8/10 Coke Lane
Dublin 7
D07 EN2Y

Yours faithfully,

Fred Logue


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Dear Mr Logue,

On behalf of Micheal O’Briain please find enclosed the reply to your
request for documents of 6 June 2020.

Please also note that no paper copy will follow.

Best regards,


European Commission
DG Environment
Unit D.3 – Nature Protection
Avenue de Beaulieu 5, 6/140
B-1049 Brussels

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Dear Environment,

Thanks for your response - I have no further queries in relation to this request.

Your assistance is very much appreciated.

Yours faithfully,

Fred Logue