The City Council is commencing the process of preparing the new Dublin City Development Plan. This plan will detail how our city looks, feels and provides services and amenities for its citizens. It will also determine safe green sustainable strategies for Dublin as a city to live and work in.
This plan will be completed within the next 2 years. To inform the process, the City council has developed an Issues Paper which is available to view in all public libraries and Area Offices. It details the following issues for consideration by Dubliners who live and work in the Dublin City area:
- Shaping the City
- Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
- City and Regional Economy
- Movement and Transport
- Population and Housing
- Sustainable Environment and Infrastructure
- Green Infrastructure, Landscape, Open Space & Recreation
- Culture and heritage
- Community Infrastructure & Social Inclusion
Once developed all planning applications will have to adhere to the direction of the plan.
Have your say
You as a Dublin citizen can have your say in this plan. The Issues Paper is available to view in all public libraries and in local area offices. You can make your views known using an online submission facility at www.dublincitydevelopmentplan.ie or drop by to one of the pop up information stands in your local council offices. Deadline date for submissions is 14th January 2015.
North Central Information Session
The North Central information is taking place on Friday 28th November from 7.30 – 8.30pm in the North Central Civic Centre, Bunratty Rd.