{meta} Agenda for North Central Area Committee on Monday 20th June, 2022, 2.00 pm

Agenda

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Contact: FIONA MOORE  CATHERINE CAHILL

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of the NCAC Meeting dated 16th May, 2022 pdf icon PDF 378 KB

Attached herewith.

2.

Questions to the Area Manager - 20th June, 2022 pdf icon PDF 264 KB

Attached herewith.

3.

Area Matters

3a

Community Grants Scheme pdf icon PDF 360 KB

Report attached.  Paul O’Halloran

3b

Naming and Numbering - Proposal for the next phase of a residential development at Parkside, Dublin 13 Ref SHD0024/21Sub02-Condition 7 & ABP-312003-21 pdf icon PDF 428 KB

Report & map attached herewith. 

Additional documents:

3c

Disposals - Proposed disposal of a plot to the rear of 118 Chanel Road, Artane, Dublin 5

Report & map attached herewith.   Nicola Finegan

 

3d

Disposals - Proposed disposal of a plot of land to the front of 5 Streamville Close, Donaghmede, Dublin 13.

Report & map attached herewith.  Nicola Finegan

 

3e

Disposals - proposed disposal of a site at Millwood Court, Tonlegee Road, Dublin 5 to Fold Housing Association' pdf icon PDF 133 KB

Report and map attached herewith.  Michelle Robinson/Aisling Browne

Additional documents:

3f

Dublin City Child Care Committee - Carol Dillon - requested by Cllr. Cooney pdf icon PDF 469 KB

Presentations attached.  Carol Dillon Dublin City Childcare Committee

Additional documents:

3g

Sports & well-being report pdf icon PDF 551 KB

Report for noting herewith.

3h

Arts Officer Report pdf icon PDF 362 KB

Report attached herewith.  Ray Yeates/Liz Coman/Kelly Hickey

Additional documents:

3i

North Central Area Management Report pdf icon PDF 405 KB

Report attached herewith. Bernie Roe/Derek Farrell

Additional documents:

3j

Area Housing Report & Housing Allocations quarterly report pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Reports attached herewith.  Connell McGlynn/Pat Smith

Additional documents:

4.

Roads & Traffic Matters

4a

Minutes of the TAG meeting held on 31st May, 2022. pdf icon PDF 94 KB

Reports attached herewith.  Sean Callaghan/Catalin Rosca

Additional documents:

4b

Gully Report pdf icon PDF 445 KB

Report for noting attached herewith.

5.

Motions

5a

Motion in the name of Councillor Donna Cooney

 

That this area committee agrees that more children’s play areas are needed and should be provided on Clontarf promenade which is used by large numbers of people, that these play features could have a maritime/battle of Clontarf theme by the sea and could also be multi-functional as flood barriers, also that we provide table tennis tables and games tables.

 

5b

Motion in the name of Councillor Donna Cooney

 

That should this committee agree, that we will request a new parks management plan be provided in consultation with area councillors and the public for St. Anne’s park and include the linear Clontarf promenade park lands also.

 

 

5c

Motion in the name of Councillor Catherine Stocker

 

That this area committee agrees that the manager should immediately seek contracts for provision of stand-alone toilets in public areas around the North Central area including Fairview Park, St Annes Park, Clontarf Promenade, Maypark.

 

Councillors and city residents have been requesting toilets for some years now. The decision taken to provide these alongside coffee kiosks has not worked out and is resulting in a lack of provision of basic toilet facilities. This is very challenging for people with young children, people with bladder issues and women experiencing periods and less than ideal for everyone. Rather than pursuing a delivery model which is not working the area committee agrees that it would be better to install stand-alone public toilets such as those seen in parks areas of Fingal (photo attached)

 

5d

Motion in the name of Councillor Naoise O'Muirí, Cllr Donna Cooney, Cllr Deirdre Heney, Cllr Jane Horgan Jones, Cllr Damian O'Farrell & Cllr Catherine Stocker

 

That this Area Committee requests that Dublin City Council initiates a Variation of the 2016-2022 Development Plan as follows:-

 

The Variation involves the rezoning of two holes of the pitch-and-putt course at C.Y.M.S.(Pitch & Putt), 80 Philipsburgh Avenue, Dublin 3 from Z1 to Z9.

The zoning change is required in order to correct a zoning anomaly and to reflect that this site is a long-established recreational amenity (pitch and putt club). A Z9 zoning is necessary to protect and improve existing recreational amenity, particularly age inclusive amenity and in the context of the need to take into account the 15 minute city policy. The Z9 zoning will also preserve SUDS.

6.

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