Kerry County Council says it's working with a local community in an effort to improve facilities at a popular beach in the county.
Fianna Fáil councillor Breandan Fitzgerald brought a motion to the recent meeting of the Castleisland and Corca Dhuibhne Municipal District, asking the council to address concerns raised by the community in Inch.
Councillor Breandan Fitzgerald says a number of concerns had been raised by the Inch Tourism and Development Committee in recent years, many of which were presented to councillors at a previous meeting.
In April, local businessman Don Culloty said toilet facilities were an issue, but the beach also had problems with traffic management and parking.
He claimed many beachgoers had to use the sand dunes as toilet facilities were locked over a busy weekend.
The council says extensive and ongoing consultation and engagement has taken place with Inch Tourism and Development Committee.
Director of Services John Breen said land is needed for many of the facilities being sought and the council is working on this with the Inch community.