South Dublin County Council

Approved Part 8 Applications

Cycling and Walking Schemes

For details on the scheme please use the link above.

Present position : No funding received to date.

Road Schemes

For details on the scheme please use the link above.
 
Present position: Funding has been received, construction has commenced on site, completion date Q1 2019.

 

Part 8 of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 – 2012 (S.I. No. 600 of 2001)
prescribes the requirements in respect of Local Authority Development for the purposes of
Section 179 of the Planning and Development Act, 2000, as amended. The Regulations apply to
the proposed works involved in the Adamstown Road (R120) Improvement Scheme.

The proposed works as displayed consist of the following: -

  1. The on-line improvement of approximately 1.2km of existing road.
  2. Construction of 1.2km of new footpaths and cycle tracks in both directions.
  3. Construction of pedestrian crossings.
  4. Provision of traffic signage, road markings and public lighting.
  5. Widening of the 12th Lock Bridge to the east.
  6. Construction of accesses, boundary treatments and appropriate landscaping works.
  7.  Provision of drainage and ancillary service works.

 

For details on the scheme please use the link above. 

Present position: No funding received to date.

Greenhills Road Realignment Scheme comprises of four separate schemes as follows:

  • Greenhills Ballymount to Calmount Reconfiguration
  • Greenhills Robinhood Ballymount Reconfiguration
  • Greenhills Limekiln Road Extension to Greenhills Road
  • Greenhills Road Realignment at Parkview

Scheme

Part 8 Approval

CPO Confirmed

Greenhills Ballymount to Calmount Reconfiguration

County Council meeting
13th February 2006

4th June 2008 confirmed

Greenhills Robinhood Ballymount Reconfiguration

County Council meeting
13th February 2006

24th November 2006 confirmed

Greenhills Limekiln Road Extension to Greenhills Road

County Council meeting
13th March 2006

Council Lands

Greenhills Road Realignment at Parkview

County Council meeting
8th May 2006

Council Lands

As outlined above Part 8’s for all four sections of the scheme were approved in 2006 and the CPO’s confirmed by 2008.

Present position:

Scheme

Works carried out to date

Greenhills Ballymount to Calmount Reconfiguration

No funding is available to progress this scheme further.

Greenhills Robinhood Ballymount Reconfiguration

Section of Ballymount Avenue between Ballymount Road Lower and Calmount Avenue completed.   Works to complete a roundabout and access road into Ballymount Industrial Estate are under construction.   It is envisaged these works will be completed by end of October 2016.

Greenhills Limekiln Road Extension to Greenhills Road

No funding is available to progress this scheme further.

Greenhills Road Realignment at Parkview

No funding is available to progress this scheme further.

  • Knocklyon Rd Realignment Scheme (Approved County Council Meeting October 2005)

The Initial Proposal for this scheme was advertised in accordance with the requirements of Part 8 of the Local Government (Planning and Development) Regulations 2000/2001 on the 5th February 2004. Plans and particulars of the proposed scheme were on display and available for inspection and comment in the Council offices until March 2004. The Terenure/Rathfarnham Area Committee were briefed on the scheme  in May 2004 and deferred further consideration until September subject to certain amendments being made to the scheme.

The scheme was amended and it was considered that the revised scheme was so materially different to the original scheme that a new public consultation process was required.  The revised scheme was re-advertised in  December 2004 in the Irish Independent and the Tallaght Echo and displayed  for inspection in the Council offices and Ballyroan library until Friday 21th January 2005 with submissions accepted up to Friday 4th February 2005.

Terenure Rathfarnham Area Committee considered the Report on the revised proposals in September 2005 and the County Council approved the scheme at its meeting in  October 2005.

Present position : No funding received to date.

For details on the scheme please use the link above

Present position: No funding received to date.

Planning and Development Act 2000
Part 8 Planning and Development Regulations 2001 to 2002 Public Notice
PROPOSED LINK ROAD BETWEEN THE AYLMER ROAD AND PEAMOUNT ROAD (R120) IN THE TOWLANDS
OF WESTMANSTOWN AND PEAMOUNT

Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given of the proposal to provide a link road between the Aylmer Road and Peamount Road (R120) in the Townlands of Westmanstown and Peamount as described below:

  1. A link road of approximately 1.15km in length, with a cross-section of two 4.5metre wide lanes, two 1.5 metre verges and one 2.0 metre footpath;
  2. A roundabout at the junction of the link road with the R120 Regional Road;
  3. A roundabout at the junction of the link road with the Aylmer Road;
  4. An access from the Greenogue Business Park onto the roundabout at the Aylmer Road;
  5. Traffic signs, roadmarkings, public lighting, drainage and associated works; and
  6. Tie-in works with the existing road network.

Plans and particulars of the proposed development will be available for inspection at:

(a) South Dublin County Council Offices, County Hall, Tallaght, Dublin 24 between the hours of 9:00 am 5.00pm Monday to Thursday and 9.00am - 4.30pm on Friday,
(b) County Library, County Hall, Tallaght, Dublin 24 between the hours of 9.45am- 8.00pm Monday to Thursday and 9.45am - 4.30pm Friday and Saturday,
(c) South Dublin County Council Civic Offices, Ninth Lock Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22. between the hours of 10.00am - 12.45pm and 2.00pm - 4.00pm Monday to Friday.

From: Thursday 13th July 2006 Friday 11th August 2006

Written submissions or observations with respect to the proposed development, dealing with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area in which the development would be situated, may be made in writing before 4.30 p.m. on Monday 28th August 2006 to: -

The Senior Executive Officer, Roads and Traffic Department, South Dublin County Council, County Hall, Town Centre Tallaght, Dublin 24.

For details on the scheme please use the link above. 
 
Present position: No funding received to date.