Local Government (Planning and Development) Act, 1963

Assistance by planning authority in certain cases.

14.—(1) A planning authority may assist any of the bodies and persons specified in subsection (2) of this section by helping the body or person in money or kind or by the provision of services or facilities (including the services of staff).

(2) The bodies and persons referred to in subsection (1) of this section are:

(a) a local development association,

(b) a company under the Companies Acts, 1908 to 1959, having as one of its objects the object of providing amenities and facilities at tourist resorts and developing tourist traffic at or to such resorts,

(c) a body or person concerned, with respect to the area of the planning authority, in the preservation or development of amenities (including the preservation of flora and fauna and of buildings, caves, sites, features and objects of artistic, architectural, archaeological, geological or historical interest) or in the carrying out of works of local improvement (including parking places) or maintenance of amenities,

(d) in case the planning authority are the council of a county, the commissioners of a town in the county having commissioners.

(3) Assisting under this section shall be a reserved function.