Planning application 3899/15 (St Pauls Playing Pitches – Raheny) has just been classed as invalid by Dublin City Council for the following reason:
Dear Councillors, Further to the Motion passed at the Special City Council meeting on 11th November I set out here under the actions that have been put in place in the interim to address the requirements of the motion. Environmental Liaison and Monitoring Committee
S2S Presentation to DCC – 11th November 2015 from Naoise
Friday, November 13th 2015 Councillor Naoise Ó Muirí, Fine Gael, has called on Dublin City Council to commission a second opinion on the height of the Dollymount Flood Defence barrier. Ó Muirí is Chair of Dublin City Council’s Strategic Policy Committee and a General Election Candidate for Dublin Bay North.
Full text of City Council Motion on the Dollymount Flood Defence as agreed unanimously tonight is as follows: ” That this City Council calls upon the CEO of Dublin City Council to immediately commit to fully implementing all the planning conditions set by the planning authorities including An Bord Pleanala, in respect of the Sutton […]
” Further to your request, please find attached PDF indicating the section where the driver eye height is below the completed wall level – 460m.
Just posting up some updates here as promised after a robust meeting on the above scheme with DCC project officials this morning.
As adopted by Dublin City Council on 13/05/2013: Item06a part8 from Naoise
An up-to-date factsheet on the proposed new Sports Pavilion at Rockfield Park in Artane can be accessed below – note that a Part 8 Vote is to be taken on the matter on Monday 02/09/15 at a meeting of Dublin City Council: Fact sheet for rockfield tennis pavilion30 oct15 from Naoise