{meta} Agenda for South Central Area Committee on Wednesday 17th July, 2024, 3.00 pm

Agenda

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Contact: Email: gabrielle.malone@dublincity.ie 

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1.

Election of Chairperson of the South Central Area Committee

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Election of Vice Chairperson of the South Central Area Committee

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Minutes of Meeting held on 15th May, 2024 pdf icon PDF 353 KB

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Questions to the Director of Services South Central pdf icon PDF 192 KB

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Environment and Transportation Matters pdf icon PDF 103 KB

1.    Minutes of the Traffic Advisory Group held on the 28/05/24 and 25/06/24 in relation to Traffic Matters in the South Central Area.

2.    Traffic Service Requests Status Reports at 15/06/24 and 18/06/24.

 

 

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South Central Area Matters pdf icon PDF 685 KB

1.    Naming & Numbering Proposal for a new residential development known as the ‘Donore Project’ on the site of former St. Teresa’s Gardens, Donore Avenue, Dublin 8 - Planning Ref : ABP-315306-22.

2.    Naming proposal for a new mixed use development – Ref: ABP-314791-22 located at the former site of St. Michael’s Estate on Emmet Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8.

3.    Naming proposal for a new development Ref. LRD6022/23, located at:  No. 86 and No.’s. 90-96 Jamestown Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8.

4.    Naming proposal for a new development Ref. 3486/22Sub01

Located to the side and rear of No. 726 South Circular Road, Dublin 8

5.    Two Nominations to Dolphin House Regeneration Board.

6.    Two nominations to Donore Avenue Regeneration Consultative Forum

7.    Two nominations to KIN (Kilmainham Inchicore Network)

8.    Two nominations to IRCF (Inchicore Regeneration Consultative Forum

9.    Two nominations to Oliver Bond Regeneration Forum

10. Two nominations to National Childrens Hospital Resident Project Monitoring Committee

11. Two nominations to Bluebell Community Council

12. Two nominations to Board of Management Ballyfermot Community Civic Centre

13. Two nominations to Sons of Devine Providence Steering Group

14. Two nominations to FamiliBase Board

15. Two nominations to F2 Centre Board

16. Two nomincations to Ballyfermot Chapelizod Drug and Alcohol Task Force

17. Two nominations to South West Inner City Drug and Alcohol Task Force

18. One nomination to Canal Communities Drug and Alcohol Task Force

19. One nomination to D12 Drug and Alcohol Task Force

20. Director of Services Report.

 

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Culture, Recreation & Economic Matters pdf icon PDF 625 KB

1.  Sports and Recreation Report for July 2024 South Central Area.

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Planning & Property Development Matters pdf icon PDF 1 MB

1.    With reference to proposed grant of Short Term Business letting for Enterprise Unit 41 St Antony’s Road Dublin 8 to Enable Ireland Disability Services CLG.

 

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Emergency Motions

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July 2024 Motions

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL

SOUTH CENTRAL AREA COMMITTEE

17th July, 2024

 

M001   Councillor Ray Cunningham

The Committee notes that many people in the south-west of Drimnagh are without easy access to green spaces and playgrounds. The committee also notes that the former Lansdowne Valley pitch and putt course is in council ownership, but has been closed for years. The committee calls on the Parks department to provide a timetable for the opening of this space as a park, connecting through to Lansdowne Valley Park, and to include a playground and community garden in the park plans.

 

M002   Councillor Ray Cunningham

The Committee recognises that the village of Chapelizod is being overwhelmed by traffic - massive congestion at some times of the day, and speeding cars when the roads are clearer. It is unsafe for children to walk to school or sports, or for people to cycle through the village. The committee calls for a traffic plan to be developed for the village, in consultation with residents, to reduce through traffic and improve safety.

 

M003   Councillor Ray Cunningham

The Committee notes that there is a persistent problem with illegal dumping at the bottle banks beside Walkinstown library, and calls for the installation of CCTV cameras to monitor the location.

 

M004   Councillor Máire Devine

This Committee expresses deep disappointment and frustration once again on the 3rd anniversary of the fire that closed Donore Community Centre. We insist that the council pull out all stops so that the agreed timelines for restoration are abided by –


. Tender to be issued in June.
. Completed tenders to be assessed in early August.
.  Contract to be signed in August and building works to begin in September.


Any delay must be avoided at all costs, those costs already have had detrimental effects on the community of Donore.

 

M005   Councillor Máire Devine

That this Committee recognises the pitch in the Liberties as “Mallin Park“and erect this name plate and “storyboard “at this location.

 

M006   Councillor Máire Devine

This Committee expresses strong dissatisfaction with the “RobinsonsGate” saga that is way past its due date. We insist that this essential protective measure for our vulnerable senior citizens be addressed and prioritised now

 

M007   Councillor Máire Devine

This Committee agree that a dedicated cleaning crew be assigned for the Liberties with particular concentration on Meath, Thomas and Francis Streets- the main economic hub/spine of the Liberties.

 

 

M008   Councillor Maire Devine

This Committee demand urgent action to protect school children and others as they cross what amounts to a “Motorway” at Chapelizod By-Pass at Inchicore. While BusConnects project has detailed plans for this significant junction it needs to be revised.  Safety measures are needed now. We call on the Traffic Department to meet with Gaelscoil Inse Chór including the young pupils to discuss and prioritise appropriate measures before the next school year

 

M009   Councillor Daithí Doolan

This Area Committee urges Dublin City Council, An Garda Síochána and the Department of Justice to ensure the  ...  view the full agenda text for item 10.

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