Bus Connects Routes – Final Chance to Comment

 

Please see the Navan Road Community Council submission here Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign 2

This is the final opportunity to send your observations/submissions on the proposed changes to Dublin Bus Routes serving the Navan Road area, particularly the No. 122.  The 122 will change from a 10 minute service at peak times, travelling to the southside of the city and accessing the main entrance to the Mater Hospital and Crumlin Childrens Hopital, and will become the No. 97, an hourly service to Parnell Square only.  The 70 Bus from Dunboyne has been downgraded to 2 buses at peak time and will probably be full by the time it reaches the Navan Road.  

The deadline is Tuesday the 10th December 2019, by email to consultations@busconnects.ie or in writing to Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign, National Transport Authority, Dún Scéine, Harcourt Lane, Dublin 2 D02 WT20.

Full details are on the BusConnects brochure dropped into every house over the last few  weeks and on www.busconnects.ie.

The revised infrastructure part of the project (gardens, roads etc) will be published in early 2020.

BUS CONNECTS NETWORK REDESIGN EXTENSION OF SUBMISSION DATE

 

Bus Connects have issued the second draft of the bus network redesign (Bus Routes only).    You should all have received a blue information leaflet which was delivered to every house in the area. The updated proposals are also available on www.busconnects.ie

The Navan Road Community Council recommends that residents examine them thoroughly.

Deadline for submissions on the revised bus routes has been extended to TUESDAY 10TH DECEMBER 2019.

If you require additional information freephone 1800 303 653

Submissions in writing to Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign, NTA, Dun Sceine, Harcourt Lane, Dublin 2, D02 WT20.

Submissions by email to consultations@busconnects.ie

The revised infrastructure part of the project (gardens, roads etc) will be published in early 2020.

BUS CONNECTS NEW MEETINGS

BusConnects Update

 

Bus Connect have issued the second draft of the bus network redesign (Bus Routes only).    The updated proposals are available on www.busconnects.ie

 

The Navan Road Community Council recommends that residents examine them thoroughly.

 

Public Consultation events will be held in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown on Wed 6 November 2019 11.30am to 5.30pm and Thursday 7 November 2019 1.30pm to 7.30pm.

 

Deadline for submission is 3rd December 2019.

 

The revised infrastructure part of the project (gardens, roads etc) will be published in early 2020.

The Daughters of Charity Services are looking for volunteers.

 

Our good neighbours The Daughters of Charity are looking for volunteers.

WHY NOT GET INVOLVED IN YOUR COMMUNITY?

An hour of your time will make a difference!

St Vincent’s Centre, Navan Road, St Louise’s Centre, Knockmaroon Hill (opp Mount Sackville) , are looking for volunteers.

Could you support someone with dementia to create their digital Life Story, can you play a musical instrument, do you enjoy a coffee and chat or knitting/gardening, or do you just want to get involved but don’t know how to do it ?

IF SO, Give volunteering a go! All that is needed is an hour of your time. Please contact Rhoda Judge Volunteer Co-ordinator for a chat about volunteering with the Daughters of Charity, call 01-8245449/ 087-6368985 ( anytime) or email rhoda.judge@docservice.ie

– GO ON MAKE THAT CALL!

Royal Canal Premium Cycle Route Broome Bridge Final Day for submissions Friday 1st August

 

The Navan Road Community Council are broadly in favour of the above works at Broome Bridge.

We made the following submission with a few suggestions.  In particular we see this as an opportunity to improve the overall appearance of the area if the old retaining wall at the ESB substation was to be replaced by a stone faced wall in keeping with the old bridge stonework.

Submission Royal Canal Premium Cycle Route Broome Bridge

B & B in The Phoenix Park! – Do we want or need it?

 

Coming hot on the heels of the largely disastrous Phoenix Park Visitor Experience Strategic Review comes an application from the OPW to renovate Rose Cottage on the Ordnance Survey Road.

While we would welcome the renovation of Rose Cottage we are definitely not in favour of the proposed use of the cottage for Bed & Breakfast for a period of 10 years!

Historically the Gate Lodges and interior Lodges of the Phoenix Park have always been used as homes for the OPW staff employed within the Phoenix Park.  We understand that there is a waiting list for such accommodation at present.

Rose Cottage is described on the Buildings of Ireland website (the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage) as follows:-

The unusual plan, extant timber detailing and idyllic setting make this structure an interesting part of the collection of buildings associated with Decimus Burton. It forms part of a further, broader group of related structures scattered throughout the Phoenix Park.

We don’t need further commercialisation of The Phoenix Park.  There are several more unused cottages in the Park.  Will OPW be looking to turn these into B & B’s too?

Below you will find our objection which has been sent to the Planning Department in Dublin City Council.

You can object by handing in a letter to DCC in Civic Offices or you can go online to the Planning Section of dublincity.ie and register and make an observation.  It costs 20 euro.

Unfortunately, closing date for objections is tomorrow Monday 29th July 2019 by 5pm.

DCC Objection Rose Cottage