Part 8 Proposals

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Consultation on the Clontarf to City Centre Cycle Route

Dublin City Council is proposing to provide a high quality, continuous and consistent cycle route linking the existing cycle track at Clontarf Promenade to the junction of Talbot Street and Amiens Street, to cater for commuter and recreational cycling. The project also includes a riverside link as part of the Tolka Valley Greenway through Fairview Park from Annesley Bridge to Alfie Byrne Road and facilitates linkage to other routes along the scheme, including to the future Royal Canal Route.

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Royal Canal Greenway Part 8

Notice is hereby given of the proposed construction by Dublin City Council of the above scheme, consisting of three phases, Phase 2 to 4 inclusive.  Please note that Phase 1 running from Guild Street to Sheriff Street Upper is already constructed.

  • PHASE 2: SHERIFF STREET UPPER , DUBLIN 1 TO NORTH STRAND ROAD, DUBLIN 1
  • PHASE 3: NORTH STRAND ROAD, DUBLIN 1 TO PHIBSBOROUGH ROAD, DUBLIN 7.
  • PHASE 4: PHIBSBOROUGH ROAD, DUBLIN 7 TO ASHTOWN, DUBLIN 15

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Part VIII Application:  Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market

A Part VIII application was submitted on 1st October 2014 for part change of use, renovations and improvements to the Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market which presently is underutilized and presents a dilapidated appearance to the public. 
 
The change of use addresses the introduction of a retail food market and café/ restaurants within the envelope of the existing wholesale food market building, including the provision of a flexible and secure internal layout. 
 

Grafton Street Part 8

Dublin City Council’s plans to replace Grafton Street’s brick paving with a new stone paving are now available for viewing.  The City Council will phase the works, which also include plans for new street furniture on Grafton Street, to ensure businesses remain open during the repaving. The proposals include all necessary service, utility and associated site works. Should approval be granted Dublin City Council anticipates that work will begin in May 2013 and finish approximately 14 months later. Find out more about the proposals. 

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