A copy of my submission to An Bord Pleanala supporting local residents in their appeal of DCC decision reference 4242/15 is below:
Schematic from DCC setting out Dollymount defence/S2S cross-section after the proposed 300mm reduction is implemented
The report below sets out the rationale behind the proposed 300mm height reduction in the Dollymount Flood Defence near St Annes Park and the related impacts:
Dear Councillors , We have been notified by Roadsworks Control Unit of the following road closure this Saturday in the Clontarf Ward.
REPORT TO NORTH CENTRAL AREA COMMITTEE 19th MAY 2014 The Future of the Rose Garden St Annes. The Rose Garden officially opens in July 1975 by the then loard Mayor Cllr. Taddy Dunne.
Dublin City Council intends to make an order authorising the temporary closure of the following road on the dates and times listed below to facilitate the Battle of Clontarf event:
The following report on the Clontarf Flood Defence will be presented to the Local Area Committee on Monday 17/02/14:
Following a risk assessment by Dublin City Council’s Flooding Advisory Group, held this morning, at which the effect of predicted tide levels over the coming days was assessed, the precautionary protection measures currently being put in place will remain so, until at least after Saturday’s high tide at 12.18pm. Tomorrow’s high tide is due at […]
Dublin City Council prepares for weekend of High Tides A series of very high tides is due to occur starting this Friday- January 31st, continuing over the weekend until Monday, February 3rd. Early indications are that the tides due at 11.30 am on Friday and at 12.18pm on Saturday will be particularly high. An accurate forecast of […]
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL NORTH CENTRAL AREA COMMITTEE 20th January 2014 Q.97 Question in the name of Councillor Naoise O’Muirí “Can the Manager please provide a brief update on progress on Blackheath Park flooding issues following the meeting before Christmas with DCC and local residents?” Reply: Assessments have been carried out at a number of properties […]