The Dublin Regional Authority is one of Eight (8) Regional Authorities set up in 1994 under the Local Government Act 1991 (Regional Authorities) Establishment Order 1993. The Dublin Region comprises the administrative areas of Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and South Dublin County Council.
The main functions of a Regional Authority are:-
- To promote co-ordination, co-operation and joint action among the public services and Local Authorities;
- To prepare Regional Planning Guidelines;
- To review the overall needs and development requirements of the region;
- To review Local Authority Development Plans;
- To monitor spending and progress of the National Development Plan and EU Funds.
For more information on the role of the Dublin Regional Authority, the projects being carried out & to view webcasts of Dublin Regional Authority monthly meetings please visit our website at www.dra.ie
To view the Regional Planning Guidelines for the Greater Dublin Area 2010-2022 please visit www.rpg.ie