Village Improvements for Sandyford Village

Closed 20 Aug 2021

Opened 23 Jul 2021


Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is proposing to carry out pedestrian mobility and public realm improvement works in Sandyford village.

The Council is undertaking a Non-Statutory Public Consultation to help inform the design and welcomes all submissions and observations on the proposals.

Scheme Details

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council are 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.

Details of the proposals are outlined in the documents accompanying this notice.

The proposed works are intended to:  

  • Traffic calm the village
  • Enhance the civic space at the heart of the village.
  • Prioritise pedestrian movements & improve pedestrian mobility within the village.
  • Develop an environmentally sustainable village through the provision of new biodiverse soft landscaping within the village.  

Why your views matter

  • The Council are seeking views from the public to help inform the proposal. A Non-Statutory Public Consultation is being held on the proposal from 23 July 2021 to 20 August 2021 (4 weeks).
  • Submissions and observations can be made via e-mail to  and observations should be clearly marked ‘Village Improvements at Sandyford Village'.
  • The closing date for receipt of submissions is 20th August 2021 at 12noon.

What happens next

Further to this Public Consultation, a report will be brought back to the Dundrum Area Committee meeting in the Autumn.


  • Glencullen/Sandyford Electoral Area


  • Anyone from any background


  • Road Safety
  • Traffic Management