Venue: remotely on zoom
i. Minutes of the Traffic Advisory Group Meeting held on 31st August 2021.
i. Report on proposed Part 8 works at Donnybrook Graveyard, Donnybrook. For information purposes only.
Planning and Property Management Department Matters
I. Report on proposed disposal fee simple: site to rear of 12 Coolevin Road, Dublin 12.
II. Further report on proposed disposal fee simple: plot to rear of 20 Cambridge Avenue, Rathmines, Dublin 4.
III. Report on proposed disposal: 15 year licence playing field Bushy Park, Dublin 6W to Sportsworld Running Club.
IV. Report on proposed disposal: fee simple lands at Berth 47A adjacent to Pigeon House Road to Dublin Port Company.
V. Report on proposed disposal: Surrender of existing lease and grant of new 10 year lease retail unit at junction of Drury Street and Stephen Street Lower to Deenish Ltd. T/A Masa.
VI. Report on proposed disposal: 31 year lease of 133 Upper Rathmines Road, to HAIL Housing Association.
VII. Report on proposed disposal: 10 year lease of 190A Rathmines Road to MART Gallery & Studios DAC.
VIII. Report on proposed disposal: fee simple plot to rear of 363 Crumlin Road.
i. Report of the Director of Services, South City.
ii. Report on proposed naming and numbering of a development at Parnell Avenue, Dublin 12 as An Linn Mhuilinn/Mill Pond.
iii. Report on proposed naming and numbering of a development at South Dock Street as An Longlann / The Dockyard.
Emergency Motion 31 from Councillor Daniel Ceitinn
That Dublin City Council:
- notes with alarm the rat infestations which came to the fore during the summer in the new York Street flats despite works to contain the problem,
- acknowledges the regular rat infestations faced by City Council tenants as an ongoing public health hazard,
- recognises the work done to combat these infestations in some flat complexes with work done to bin storage areas, maintenance and improvement of public spaces, and other works done to combat infestations,
- regrets that the dispersion of these works has been constrained by resources and, consequently, has been uneven with consequences in particular for, but not limited to, older complexes,
- further recognises the consequent neglect to the remaining complexes which has damaged the City Council's reputation as a landlord,
- deems the current public health response arrangement with the HSE as unaccountable and recognises that pest control is the responsibility of the landlord,
- commits to expanding the City Council's in-house pest control capabilities,
- resolves to re-examine the Housing Maintenance budget in the context of the forthcoming budget to combat neglect and expand pest control, and
- calls on the Lord Mayor to ensure that a report addressing these matters is presented within 2 months.
Motion 1 from Councillor Dermot Lacey
This Committee agrees to seek agreement with Irish Water on the establishment of a Community Liaison Committee including residents and Councillors along with Dublin City Council and Irish Water that can deal with local issues arising from the operation of the plant.
Motion 2 from Councillor Dermot Lacey
This Committee requests an update on the status of the disposal agreement with Bective LTC to facilitate the development of the Dodder Greenway.
Motion 3 from Councillors Dermot Lacey and Claire Byrne
This Committee supports the initiative of the Ballsbridge Tidy Towns Group for the development of a community garden at the ESB owned lands at Beatty’s Avenue as outlined in the document circulated with this Motion and requests the Manager to write to the ESB expressing our support for the proposal and requesting their support and co-operation for same. The Committee further requests the Community Development Team to give whatever support it can to this initiative. See attachment in pack.
Motion 4 from Councillor Mannix Flynn
That this committee of DCC South East Area, calls on the City Manager to initiate the process for a Sandymount Local Area plan to coincide with the Dublin City Council development plan. This area of Dublin is a unique residential location with many important amenities and historical structures. It is a unique village business and residential area that is in very great need of a proper local area plan that would protect this vibrant area and its environs into the future and give it a proper planning process.
Motion 5 from Councillor Mannix Flynn
That this committee of the South East area call on the elected members and the executive to begin a process of ... view the full agenda text for item 7.