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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 sought comments and observations on a proposed cycle route on Clonskeagh Road from UCD to the proposed Clonskeagh Bridge. The scheme aims to improve facilities for pedestrians and cyclists. In advance of this, a presentation on the scheme preliminary design was made to the Elected Members in the Dundrum Area Committee on 2nd July 2020. Public consultation was held from Friday 3rd July, 2020 to Friday 14th August, 2020.

You Said

A total of 264 submissions were received through the dlr Consultation Hub Online Survey. 12 letters and emails were received by Friday 14th August, 2020.

We Did

A report on the public consultation was brought to the Elected Members on the Dundrum Area Committee on 5th October and a further briefing was held with Councillors on 14th October 2020. The scheme will be amended by the designers to reflect concerns raised in the public consultation. Further public consultation will be undertaken on two aspects of the scheme near the Beech Hill junction.

We Asked

dlr asked for the public's submissions and observations with respect of the Building Hieghts in the Cherrywood Planning Scheme.

You Said

13 submissions we received in relation to this consultation, covering a wide range of opinions.

We Did

We would like to thanks those who took the time to make a submission. We note that there was a wide range of opinions in relation to Building Heights in Cherrywood and all comments made are being considered and taken on board as part of the Building Heights review for the Cherrywood Planning Scheme.

We Asked

The Council sought feedback on a Draft Abounded Bikes Policy.  The policy outlined the process for removing bikes from public areas, including from traffic poles and cycle parking stands, when bikes are deemed to be abandoned

You Said

In total, 42 submissions were received through the dlr Consultation Online Hub by June 9th, 2020. 100% of those who responded were supportive of the policy to remove bikes from public areas that are deemed to be abandoned. In addition, 3 responses were received by email.

We Did

Based on the submissions, a number of revisions were made to the text and a report on the public consultation was presented to Transportation and Marine Strategic Policy Committee in June 2020.