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Open Consultations

  • Traffic & Road Safety Section- School Cycle and Scooter Parking

    Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has been allocated funding from the National Transport Authority to deliver cycle and scooter parking to schools. Any school wishing to apply for cycle and/or scooter parking should complete the online survey below by 31st May 2022.... More

    Closes 31 May 2022

  • Traffic & Road Safety Section: Pre-public consultation of Road Safety Plan

    Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is preparing a new Road Safety Plan for the County in line with the Government Road Safety Strategy 2021-2030, a copy of which is available below. We are seeking feedback from individuals, group, and key agencies on what actions should... More

    Closes 3 June 2022

  • Taney Road to N11 Active Travel Route

    DLRCC is seeking to establish a high quality Active Travel route along the R112 between Stillorgan and Dundrum. The scheme is focused on improving safety, reducing motorised traffic speeds, and upgrading active mobility infrastructure along the r112. The proposals include: Reducing... More

    Closes 17 June 2022

  • dlr Play and Recreation Survey

    This survey is part of the consultation for the provision of a play and recreation strategy for Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Co Council and is being conducted by Communiqué International on behalf of the dlr Community and Cultural Development Department. The aim of the survey is to hear your views... More

    Closes 30 June 2022

  • Suirbhé Súgartha agus Áineasa dlr

    Tá an suirbhé seo mar chuid den chomhairliúchán chun straitéis súgartha agus áineasa a sholáthar do Chomhairle Contae Dhún Laoghaire-Ráth an Dúin agus tá sé á dhéanamh ag Communiqué International thar ceann Roinn Forbartha Pobail agus Cultúir dlr. Is é aidhm an tsuirbhé ... More

    Closes 30 June 2022

Closed Consultations

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, in conjunction with the National Transport Authority, is proposing Active Travel Improvements on Glenageary Road Upper between the Sallynoggin and Killiney Towers Roundabouts.  The Council's Active Travel Section, is undertaking a Non-Statutory Public Consultation for the above Scheme and welcomes all submissions and observations on the scheme as proposed. The scheme is being prepared in accordance with Section 38 of the Road Traffic Act 1994. We sought views from the public to help inform the proposal.  

You said

A total of 202 submissions were received during the consultation period. 172 submissions via citizen space and 30 by emails. 

We did

DLR have reviewed all the feedback and comments received. A report on the public consultation was brought to the Elected Members on the Dun Laoghaire Area Committe on 7th February, 2022. The report and its recommendations were noted by Councillors. The designers will take account of the comments and the concerns raised when developing the detail design.

We asked

DLR Parks sought public comments or observations in relation to PC/PKS/02/21 PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF KILLINEY HILL PARK ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE, Killiney Co. Dublin

You said

44 submissions were received in relation to this consultation

We did

PC/PKS/02/21 PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF KILLINEY HILL PARK ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE, Killiney Co. Dublin received Part 8 approval at the December 2021 Council Meeting

We asked

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is developing a vision for Sandyford Village which exploits its full potential and delivers a safe, beautiful and living village for residents, business and visitors. A number of challenges in relation to accessibility and pedestrian mobility have been identified within Sandyford Village and a proposal has been prepared to undertake a series of interventions to traffic calm, prioritise pedestrian accessibility and movements and enhance the public realm and civic space at the heart of the village. The Council sought views from the public to help inform the proposal

You said

A total of 128 submissions were received during the consultation period.  118 submissions were received through the online survey form and 10 by emails.

We did

DLR have reviewed all the feedback and comments received. A report on the public consultation was brought to the Elected Members on the Dundrum Area Committee on 6th December, 2021. The report and its recommendations were noted by Councillors. The designers will take account of the comments and the concerns raised when developing the detail design.