{meta} Agenda for North Central Area Committee on Monday 19th October, 2020, 2.00 pm

Agenda

Venue: REMOTELY

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of the North Central Area Committee meeting Monday 21st September pdf icon PDF 1 MB

(Report herewith)

2.

Questions to the Area Manager pdf icon PDF 595 KB

(Report herewith)

3.

Area Matters

3a

Draft Belmayne - Belcamp Lane Masterplan: Assistant Chief Executive's Report pdf icon PDF 843 KB

Deirdre Scully (report herewith)

3b

Covid Mobility update North Central Area pdf icon PDF 780 KB

Antonia Martin (Report herewith)

3c

Update on Stardust Memorial Park pdf icon PDF 4 MB

Sara Brady (presentation)

3d

Edenmore Pitch and Putt Course pdf icon PDF 279 KB

Fergus O’Carroll(report herewith)

3e

Wooden Bridge pdf icon PDF 185 KB

Fergus O’Carroll (report herewith)

3f

Update on Cromcastle and Woodville Development pdf icon PDF 11 MB

Cian Harte (presentation herewith)

3g

Agreement of Heads of Term for Lease of Creche Facility at Churchwell Gardens, Ayrfield (Social Housing PPP Bundle 1 Site)

Development Department rep (TBC) James Nolan (SHB1 PPP Project) Mary Davis (SHB1 PPP Project) (report to follow)

3h

FOLD - Integration and Support of Tenants

Martina Conroy (presentation to follow)

3i

Fairview CYMC

(Oliver Hickey)

3j

Proposed Disposal of one apartment in New Priory, Hole in the Wall Road, Dublin 13.

Mary McCann (report herewith)

3k

Proposed Disposal of the Council's freehold interest in the property known as 111D Malahide Road, Dublin 3. pdf icon PDF 213 KB

(report herewith)

Additional documents:

3l

Proposed Disposal of a plot to the rear of No. 12 Croydon Park Avenue, Marino, Dublin 3. pdf icon PDF 257 KB

(report herewith)

Additional documents:

3m

Proposed Disposal of a plot of land at Malahide Road Clare Hall, Dublin 17 pdf icon PDF 261 KB

(report herewith)

Additional documents:

3n

Naming & Numbering Proposal for a new residential development on lands at St. Paul's, Sybil Hill Road, Raheny, Dublin 5. Foxlands, Sybil Hill Road, Raheny, Dublin 5 pdf icon PDF 390 KB

Elaine Mulvenny (report herewith)

 

Additional documents:

3o

Housing Supply Report pdf icon PDF 793 KB

(report herewith)

3p

Sports and Wellbeing Partnership pdf icon PDF 638 KB

(report herewith)

 

4.

Roads and Streets Matters

4a

Minutes of the last meeting of TAG 29.09.20 pdf icon PDF 51 KB

(report herewith)

Additional documents:

5.

Items for following meeting

6.

Motions

6a

Motion in the name of Councillor Mícheál Mac Donncha

This Area Committee mandates the Parks Department to develop an off-lead area for dogs in Fr. Collins Park, while maintaining a strict on-lead policy for the rest of the park.

 

6b

Motion in the name of Councillor Rachel Batten

“That this Area Committee agree to have a meeting with Traffic management with a few to explore a solution to Traffic issues on Oscar Traynor road with particular attention to the area from Northside shopping centre and the M1 Junction.”

 

6c

Motion in the name of Councillor Alison Gilliland

“The North Central Area Committee commends the work of former Assistant Garda Commissioner, Dr. Jack Nolan, in researching and analysing the views of the Darndale community and those associated with the community and formulating his findings into a set of key set of recommendations and an action plan as published in the recently published DCC report Darndale - A long view and an enduring challenge.  The North Central Area Committee recognises the absolute need for these recommendations and action to be realised. Therefore , the North Central Area Committee calls on the Office of the Taoiseach to commit cross-departmental support and funding to Dublin City Council to enable its realisation. “



 

6d

Motion in the name of Councillor Alison Gilliland

“.The North Central Area Committee recognises the health and environmental benefits of walking and cycling.  The Committee recognises its role in supporting and facilitating walking and cycling both for recreational purposes as well as transport options. Therefore, the  North Central Area Committee calls for DCC to put in place a project plan and timeline to ensure that the Santry Greenway be realised by the end of the term of the current  North Central Area Committee.”

 

6e

Motion in the name of Councillor Damian O Farrell

“To ask that this area committee supports Clontarf Action Group's attempts to improve the aesthetics at the location of the  'yellow flood defence bags' along Clontarf Promenade.  Currently we are developing a 'wildflower screen / banner' prototype to cover and enhance the appearance of the yellow bags.”

 

6f

Motion in the name of Councillor Larry O Toole

That this Area Committee agree to have the former ‘milestone’ at Old Malahide Road re-erected.  The milestone was removed some years ago during remedial works of the boundary of Cadburys factory.This milestone was one of a number of historic markers alongside the road from Dublin city to Malahide.”

 

6g

Motion in the name of Councillor Deirdre Heney

“That a previous request to make Vernon Avenue one way for a trial period be reported on by the Manager as the village end of the Avenue is very tight for motorists with limited road space to navigate their journey onto the seafront and vice versa towards its junction with Kincora Road.”

 

6h

Motion in the name of Councillor Deirdre Heney

“That the Manager, working with An Garda Siochána locally, ensure that the City Farm St. Anne's Park is protected from fireworks and bangers this Halloween weekend and that he make every effort to ensure that no fireworks bangers or fires are set off/take place in the vicinity close to the farm in order to protect animals and staff there.”

 

6i

Motion in the name of Councillor Deirdre Heney

That the manager, in relation to on-going damage being caused to the green in McAuley Park, Artane, on an annual basis (pre-Halloween) say what efforts he can make/suggest to ensure that this destruction is prevented from taking place again next year and comment on the suggestion by local resident that a railing be erected around the park which can be locked at night to assist in the protection of the green from vandalism caused by bonfires and if he can make a statement on the matter.”

 

6j

Motion in the name of Councillor Deirdre Heney

‘That the Manager please refer to numerous requests from local residents to install 'embedded' type bins on Dollymount Strand (similar to those used by Fingal Council as the barrels that are current in use are less that desireable on our primary City beach and if he can make a statement on the matter and that he also consider installing bins on the causeway road and one or two after wooden bridge towards beach..”

 

6k

Motion in the name of Councillor Deirdre Heney

In relation to the pencil bollards and the 70 large polka dots installed on Seafield Avenue, that the Manager address the upset caused to local residents by the installation of same without any prior consultation with residents who feel the peaceful and attractive ambience of the road has been negatively affected by the installation of same and if he can agree to at this stage consult with residents with a view to removing the pencil bollards and polka dots and installing a more agreeable measure to address a parking problem at the entrance to Greenlanes School.

 

6l

Motion in the name of Councillor Daryl Barron

To ask this North Central Area Committee to support the proposal of introducing an Enclosed Dog Track in Father Collins Park and explore funding for this in next year budget in 2021.  Similar to the one in St. Anne’s Park in Raheny.

 

6m

Motion in the name of Councillor Daryl Barron

To ask this North Central Area Committee to support the proposal of introducing a Safety Forum for Kilbarrack, Dublin 5. The other local adjacent communities all have a Forum available to them apart from Kilbarrack and I believe with the Anti-Social and other issues locally will be a great benefit to the community and DCC.

 

6n

Motion in the name of Councillor Donna Cooney

“That bollards and or planters to protect the pavement from illegal parking on Vernon avenue be provided as soon as possible following on from my motion in July 2019, this has been dangerous for some time but increasingly so now with Covid 19 mobility and physical distancing  concerns.”

6o

Motion in the name of Councillor Donna Cooney

“That the possibility of providing a protected cycleway from Sybil hill to Seafield road along Vernon avenue and the possibility on Castle Avenue to link up Howth Road to Clontarf S2S as secondary busy routes and also as a busy school routes be examined.”

 

6p

Motion in the name of Councillor Donna Cooney

“That a pedestrian crossing and a traffic warden is provided to cross Mount Prospect road by Seafield Avenue as it’s a busy route to Green Lanes and Belgrove schools also for children going to training and games in St Annes Park.”

 

6q

Motion in the name of Councillor Donna Cooney

Could a suitable site be found in the Clontarf, Killester, Raheny area for the educate together school for this area which has had to use a temporary site since September 2019 in Sutton Fingal area, outside the catchment area, we have a shortage of primary schools in these areas and perhaps a site either owned by Dublin City Council for housing or to be included in a mixed use development”  

 

6r

Motion in the name of Councillor Catherine Stocker

 That this committee asks the council to engage with North Dublin Cat Rescue with a view to financially and otherwise supporting them to put in place a Trap, Neuter, Release programme for feral cats in the area. This voluntary organisation has been working over the years to manage cat colonies but is entirely financed by fundraising and personal contributions and has been negatively impacted by Covid. A fertile cat can birth up to four litters in a year and feral cat colonies are often subject to poor health.”