{meta} Agenda for North Central Area Committee on Monday 17th January, 2022, 2.00 pm

Agenda

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Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of the North Central Area Committee Meeting dated 13th December, 2021. pdf icon PDF 857 KB

Attached herewith.

2.

Questions to the Area Manager 17th January, 2022. pdf icon PDF 394 KB

Attached herewith.

3.

Area Matters

3a

Proposed grant of lease of the premises 55 Gracefield Road, Artane, Dublin 5 to Tús Nua Artane Coolock Family Resource Centre Company CLG pdf icon PDF 133 KB

Report & map attached herewith.  Nicola Finegan

Additional documents:

3b

Proposed grant of a lease in respect of Retail Unit 2, New Priory, Hole in the Wall Road, Dublin 13. pdf icon PDF 134 KB

Report & map attached herewith.  Nicola Finegan

Additional documents:

3c

Proposed disposal of a plot to the rear of No. 7 Croydon Park Avenue, Marino, Dublin 3.

Report & map attached herewith.  Nicola Finegan

 

3d

Proposed disposal of a plot to the rear of No. 9 Croydon Green, Marino, Dublin 3.

Report & map attached herewith.  Nicola Finegan

 

3e

Sports & Wellbeing Partnership Report pdf icon PDF 609 KB

Report herewith.  Dee O’Boyle

3f

Arts Officer - Ray Yeates pdf icon PDF 24 KB

Report herewith.  Ray Yeates

3g

Part 8 - Tea rooms Fairview Park pdf icon PDF 373 KB

Report herewith.  Máire Igoe

 

4.

Roads & Traffic Issues

4a

Minutes of the TAG meeting dated 16th December, 2021 pdf icon PDF 70 KB

Reports attached herewith.  Rhona White

Additional documents:

5.

Motions

5a

Motion in the name of Councillor Deirdre Heney

 

That the manager give an update on the proposals and previous commitments to provide a playground facilities in McAuley Park, Artane, as youngsters in the area are in need of and deserve a play facility.

 

5b

Motion in the name of Councillor Deirdre Heney

 

That the manager, in relation to the condition in which the public domain/plaza opposite Northside Civic Centre, Bunratty Road was destroyed by the burning of waste, say what exactly he understands to have happened, if it has happened previously and what measures he can take to bring about a cessation to such awful destructive behaviour that has led to the damage of this public space and if he can made a statement on the matter. The attached photos show the state of the plaza facing the civic offices at Bunratty Road in the run up to Christmas 2021. 

 

5c

Motion in the name of Councillor Damian O'Farrell

 

That this North Central Committee calls on DCC to ensure that Licence application details are made easily available to members of the public so that they can participate in the public consultation process?  For example, it is not possible to look up Outdoor Event or Telecomms applications on the DCC website.  An information system, similar to that used for Planning Applications be put in place please. 

 

5d

Motion in the name of Councillor Damian O'Farrell

 

That this area committee agrees that Dublin City Council provides stand-alone public toilets as previously requested by Councillors. These public toilets to be of a similar standard as those provided by Fingal County Council. 

 

 

5e

Motion in the name of Councillor Donna Cooney

 

That this North Central Area Committee support measures to prevent illegal parking on the grass by vehicles at Alfie Byrne road, the grass is being destroyed and this is in the buffer zone of the SPA and habitat for Brent geese grazing, that the Gardaí be requested to intervene and physical measures, seating sculptures be placed to protect the area.

 

5f

Motion in the name of Councillor Donna Cooney

 

That this area committee revisits the issue again of safe access to Bull Island over the wooden bridge due to traffic jams and huge tailbacks needing Garda intervention over Christmas/New year and that solutions be implemented including to limit the number of cars accessing the island, by provided barriers, counting vehicle crossing, wardens at entrance, or other measures that prevent more cars than can be facilitated entering, whilst allowing those with disability permits or island residents to access and those using active transport safely.