Local Area Plan for kellystown

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

The Council's Planning and Strategic Infrastructure Department is commencing preparation of a Local Area Plan for Kellystown, Dublin 15.   A public notice will appear in the Dublin Gazette today, Thursday the 20th of June advertising the publication of a Strategic Issues Paper for Kellystown and inviting submissions from the public at the Pre-Draft stage.  Submissions for this Pre-Draft stage are invited up to Wednesday the 31st of July 2019.

The Planning team are eager to ascertain your views with regard to the future development of this key strategic land bank and would value your input into the preparation of the Plan.

A Strategic  Issues Paper sets out the key issues to be considered in preparing the LAP. 

A public information event will be held in Blanchardstown Library on Wednesday the 3rd of July 2019 between 4.00pm and 8.00pm.

In the meantime, if you have any particular issues you would like to make the Planning team aware of or, if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me at the address below.


New Urban Food & Craft Market St. Catherine’s park, Lucan every Sunday

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Now you have yet another reason to visit the spectacular St. Catherine’s Park with a new Sunday market opening. The Urban Food and Craft Market began last week in St. Catherine’s Park, Lucan, and will run every Sunday from 10am – 5pm now until October.

Featuring a wide variety of stalls selling an assortment of food offerings this venture is being supported by Fingal County Council to further enhance the extensive amenity of St. Catherine’s Park.


Work begins on Shackleton Gardens restoration

The development of a major tourism attraction in Dublin 15 has moved a step closer after Fingal County Council awarded contracts for the main restoration and reconstruction works at The Shackleton Garden in Beech Park, Clonsilla. The works are part of a €400,000 investment from Fingal County Council and Fáilte Ireland.

The gardens, which include an internationally famous plant collection, were acquired by the Council last year with a view to opening them to the public as an important visitor attraction in the Dublin 15 area.

The work will involve the rebuilding of large sections of the garden walls, upgrading of paths and the restoration of garden buildings. Workers will be on site in two weeks to begin the restoration and it will take approximately three months to complete.

Cllr. Eithne Loftus, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD and Cllr Kieran Dennison at launch of Shackleton Garden restoration


Have your say on the Fingal Digital Strategy

Monday, June 10, 2019

Fingal County Council is preparing a Digital Strategy for Fingal, which will describe how technology can help improve the way we live, work and do business in Fingal.

The Council is asking members of the public to say what they would like to see in the Strategy.The Digital Strategy will focus on six main themes:


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