Update 28th October – plus notice of Public Meeting

Monthly meeting Wednesday 2nd November 8.00 p.m. Parish Centre. We hope to see good attendance to discuss some important issues.
Bus Stop/Shelter out of City at Ashtown (Belleville side.)   

Dublin Bus have been replacing bus shelters along the Navan Road recently. The community council had requested them to set back this particular bus stop as it was dangerously close to the kerb, buses had to wait for passengers to alight and walk away before moving off. We got an extremely quick reply agreeing to our request – job safely done very quickly, and we have thanked Dublin Bus for this, and for the tidy, clean and FLAT surfaces they have left behind at each new Bus Shelter. This cannot be said about many footpaths throughout our area.

Dangerous/Uneven footpaths    

We have noted and sent to DCC a list of these, stretching from Ashtown to the Church gates along Navan Road, all listed as per the closest house number – sent some months ago, with a couple reminders since. The work is with road maintenance at present. If you have similar concerns you must list nearest house number for identification – contact DCC Cabra office at 01 2227400 or email to Cabraoffice@dublincity.ie 

Dublin City Development Plan 2017-22

The final debate, by our elected Councillors, took place at the end of September in City Hall. We attended, as the public are entitled to attend and listen to all such debates. One controversial result was to allow a higher rise within the City and outer areas, such as Navan Road. Uniquely for Dublin,  8 residential storeys is now redefined as ‘low rise’ in the Inner City. In the suburbs, up to 5 storeys will be permitted, within 2 storey areas, and within 1/2 km of a train or Luas line buildings may be up to 8 storeys. This decision was a compromise one and took place not in public but behind closed doors.

For more information see http://dublincitydevelopmentplan.ie

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Navan Road Community Council

Navan Road Community Council was set up in 1968 to help bring together community groups and sporting groups, so that they would have one voice when trying to get things done in the community. These days the NRCC lobbies Dublin City Council and local representatives in relation to issues such as traffic, planning and policing to name a few.

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