Some updates and notices.

SDCC – Most Innovative Authority

So delighted to be asked to attend on behalf of SDCC and even better to be able to come home with a prize for Most Innovative Authority category.

LAMA


Proposed New Works – Rathfarnham

Make sure you have your say on this.

RathfarnhamNotice Under Planning and Development Act 2000 to 2011

Public Consultation Procedure & under Part VIII of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 – 2013

Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given of the proposal to construct:

Two new public plazas and a pedestrian crossing as follows:

(1) New plaza and pedestrian crossing comprising alterations and improvements to paving, kerbing, car-parking, trees, public lighting, bollards, bus stop, dual-carriageway median strip and right-turn lane at Rathfarnham Road, between the dual carriageway and the existing forecourt, tearooms and former stables of Rathfarnham Castle, and between the junctions of Butterfield Avenue and Rathfarnham Road and Castleside Drive and Rathfarnham Road, in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14.

(2) New plaza at the castellated entrance to the old Graveyard replacing existing planted area and comprising alterations and improvements to paving, kerbing, trees, benches, feature stone wall, public lighting, bollards and junction, at Rathfarnham Road, between the junctions of Village Green and Rathfarnham Road and Main Street and Rathfarnham Road, in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14.

For further details see http://www.sdublincoco.ie/index.aspx?pageid=939&pid=31799


Traffic Lights on the Knocklyon Road 

A number of you have inquired about the new traffic lights on the Knocklyon Road. I raised the query on behalf of a Constituent and this is the reply:

Dear Councillor O’Donovan,
I refer to representation received on 15/01/2015 in relation to Traffic Signals at Knocklyon Rd.
Unfortunately we have had some difficulties in arranging a power supply for these signals.
However these have now been overcome and it is expected that the signals will be connected in next two weeks.

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Deirdre O'Donovan

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