{meta} Agenda for South Central Area Committee on Wednesday 17th May, 2023, 3.00 pm

Agenda

Venue: Eblana House Conference Room - ,. View directions

Contact: Email: gabrielle.malone@dublincity.ie 

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1.

Minutes of Meeting held on 19th April, 2023 pdf icon PDF 358 KB

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Questions to the Director of Services South Central pdf icon PDF 256 KB

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Environment and Transportation Matters pdf icon PDF 62 KB

1.    Minutes of the Traffic Advisory Group held on the 25/04/23 in relation to Traffic Matters in the South Central Area.

2.    Traffic Service Requests Status Reports at 15/04/23 and 17/04/23.

 

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South Central Area Matters

1.    Proposed Variation No.1 of the Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028 – Site at Basin View, Dublin 8. 

2.      Director of Services Report.

 

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Culture, Recreation & Economic Matters pdf icon PDF 562 KB

1.  Sports and Recreation Report for May 2023 South Central Area.

 

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Planning & Property Development Matters

1. With reference to proposed disposal of the Council’s Sub Fee Farm Grant interest in the property known as 12A Railway Avenue, Inchicore, Dublin 8

 

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Emergency Motions

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May 2023 Motions

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL

SOUTH CENTRAL AREA COMMITTEE

17th May 2023

 

 

M244   Councillors Daithí Doolan, Sophie Nicoullaud, Hazel De Nortúin, Máire Devine and Vincent Jackson

That this Area Committee is committed to the development of the Brickfield Park dressing rooms in line with the plans drafted by DCC and calls on Dublin City Council to prioritise it in the current Capital Programme of Work, we also call on Dublin City Council to consult with local residents through a Citizen Hub engagement and commence the Part 8 planning processas soon as possible.

 

M245   Councillor Daithí Doolan

This Area Committee congratulates the organisers of the Cherry Blossom Festival for the success of another inclusive, fun filled, diverse festival in Cherry Orchard. Particular thanks to the DCC’s local community development team and the many community groups, sports clubs and venues for working together in close cooperation to deliver this festival.

 

M246   Councillors Sophie Nicoullaud, Máire Devine and Daithí Doolan

That this Committee discuss how Bluebell Park was designated as a potential location for youth sport practice. To discuss how it came as a question in November SCAC without any request from or consultation with the Bluebell residents. To discuss how Parks department envisage to use a park for sports practice while a dedicated all weather is located across from the park. That this committee support Bluebell residents in their request to meet with Parks as soon as possible as agreed at a meeting wirhin DCC and SCAC councillors. That this committee supports the Bluebell residents to keep Bluebell Park not for football practice to respect the need of the elderlies to keep a safe space for them to relax, and for anyone else who needs to relax away from balls potentially hitting them. 

 

 

M247   Councillor Vincent Jackson

That DCC Housing Department please give a clear and transparent way forward for residents who have additional space available in order to place homeless persons, what this process will look like any implication to existing benefits, this has the potential to offer single people / couples an opportunity to get accommodation in the areas they would like to live, offer tenants company and some additional financial supports etc.

 

M248   Councillor Vincent Jackson

In view of the fact that very substantial numbers of apartments having being built by private developers in the Drimnagh Area and many others in the planning that Dublin City Council use some of the development levies to address the structural deficits in the Drimnagh Area i.e. Parks, facilities etc. Other communities can deliver substantial improvements when works take place however working class areas seem to lag behind.  The development levies whilst centralised need to be spent to address needs in areas when necessary.

 

 

 

 

M249   Councillors Máire Devine

This Committee agree to the installation of DYL at the corner of Herberton Road and New Ireland Road which is proving “rich pickings” for clampers.

 

M250   Councillors Máire Devine

This Committee requests that Pimlico Green in Dublin 8 be provided with:

 

- suitable bins  beside  ...  view the full agenda text for item 8.

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