Blackglen Road/Harolds Grange Road Improvement Scheme

Closed 12 Feb 2016

Opened 10 Dec 2015

Overview

The Council is proposing to carry out a range of works as part of the Blackglen Road/Harolds Grange Road Improvement Scheme in Sandyford, Dublin 18 and Rathfarnham, Dublin 16.

The proposed works consist of the construction of approximately 3 km of single carriageway road along the route of the proposed Road Improvement Scheme including cycle tracks, footpaths, boundary walls, retaining walls, entrances, re-graded driveways, railings, fences, bus stops, road marking, public lighting, road drainage outfalls with new attenuation areas, alterations to other services, signage, extensive landscaping, planting of new trees and hedges, and public realm improvements.

The proposed scheme will involve works in the following locations:

  • Blackglen Road - Blackglen Road from its junction at Lamb’s Cross (Sandyford Road / Enniskerry Road / Hillcrest Road) to the junction with Ticknock Road
  • Harold’s Grange Road - Harold’s Grange Road from its junction with College Road/Grange Road / Kellystown Road to the junction with Ticknock Road

 

  • Sections of the following roads approaching Lamb’s Cross junction:
  • Sandyford Road     (350m in length approximately)
  • Enniskerry Road    (140m in length approximately)  
  • Hillcrest Road        (90m in length approximately)

 

  • Sections of the following roads and junctions: 
  • Grange Road - A section of the road on the approach to the junction with Harold’s Grange Road (60m approximately)
  • Junction of Slate Cabin Lane/Woodside Road - Localised junction improvement (50m in length approximately).

 

Plans and particulars of the proposed development, including a Part VIII Environmental Report, are available for inspection in the "Related Documents" section below.

The Part VIII documents are also available for inspection in Council offices from Dec 10th  2015 to 29th Jan 2016 at locations and times as described in the public advertisement and on our website (see related information link).

Submissions or observations with respect to the works, and dealing with the proper planning and development of the area, may be made via the online submission form below.

The closing date and time for receipt of submissions and observations is 4pm on Friday 12th February 2016. Submissions and observations can also be made in writing and sent in to the Council as detailed in the link below.

Events

Areas

  • Glencullen/Sandyford Electoral Area

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Young People
  • Older People
  • People with Disabilities
  • Irish Citizens
  • EU Citizens
  • Non EU Citizens
  • Traveller Community
  • Business Group
  • Community Group
  • Religous Group
  • Charity Group
  • Voluntary Organisation
  • All Stakeholders
  • Staff
  • Property Owners

Interests

  • Environmental Awareness
  • Road Safety
  • Cycling
  • Smarter Travel
  • Traffic Management
  • Parking
  • Road Network