Special Planning Control Schemes
A Special Planning Control Scheme is a mechanism that allows Dublin City Council to specify development objectives for the preservation or enhancement of an area considered to be of special architectural importance.
How a Special Planning Control Scheme is created
Dublin City Council must follow these steps to create a scheme:
- Identify an area of special architectural importance.
- Publish a public notice in national newspapers stating that this area is proposed for a Special Planning Control Scheme.
- Invite submission from the public about the proposed scheme.
- Sent the proposed scheme to the City Council for approval.
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