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Community Liaison Officer

MKO is seeking to recruit Community Liaison Officers to join the company’s Project Communications team. Reporting to the Project Communications Director, the successful candidate/s will be responsible for engaging and liaising with stakeholders to deliver key messages and establish a channel of communication prior to, and during the construction of client projects. MKO’s Project [...]

Proposed Structural Changes to Electricity Network Tariffs by CRU

The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) published a Consultation Paper on the 18th August 2022 where it is proposing a structural change to the Electricity Network Tariffs, applying from 1st October 2022 to 30 September 2023. The CRU believes it is necessary to act quickly due to the electricity supply issues facing [...]

MKO Ecology Team

The MKO Ecology Team have always encouraged peer learning and sharing new information and discoveries to the wider group. At the start this tended to include practical information, for example notifications of health and safety information and details of new guidelines or legislation changes. When Covid hit, face-to-face contact was difficult, but the [...]

Landscape Architecture – optimising urban open space

MKO has been involved in a diverse range of Landscape Architecture projects over the years, providing unique, achievable, and sustainable designs to our clients. The Landscape & Visual team at MKO has recently grown its capacity for delivering Landscape Architecture services and is actively involved in a variety of projects across Ireland. Landscape [...]

Responses in Lesser Black-backed Gulls to offshore wind farms

GPS tracking is a valuable tool for increasing our understanding of bird behaviour. In this study, researchers used tracking technology to investigate movements of Amber-listed Lesser Black-backed Gulls around offshore wind farms. Their results reveal a detailed picture of both avoidance of and attraction towards turbines in this species, which may be used [...]

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