Chatham Street and Other Streets Improvement Scheme

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Chatham Street & Other Streets Part 8 Public Consultation

Plans to remove the existing brick paving, asphalt road surface and existing footpaths and replace with new stone paving for the full width and length of Chatham Street; Chatham Lane; Balfe Street; Harry Street; Johnson Court and that part of Wicklow Street from Grafton Street to Clarendon Street; and also to resurface with asphalt, finished with resin-bonded aggregate material, the laneway known as Swan Yard have been prepared by Dublin City Council. Part 8 planning permission is being sought in accordance with Planning and Development Act 2000 – 2010 and Planning and Development Regulations, 2001-2010 - Part 8.

The proposals include the removal of the existing street furniture and replacement with new street furniture and incorporating new tree planting, seasonal planting and seating. The proposals include all necessary service, utility and associated site works. The works will be phased such that businesses can remain open and disruption is minimised.
 

Chatham Street East Existing ViewChatham Street East Existing View

Chatham Street Proposed ViewChatham Street Proposed View

 
Chatham Street West- Existing View
Chatham Street West- Existing View
Chatham Street West - Proposed View
Chatham Street West - Proposed View
 
Harry Street-Existing View
Harry Street-Existing View
Harry Street-Proposed View
Harry Street-Proposed View
 
Johnson Court-Existing View
Johnson Court-Existing View
Johnson Court - Proposed View
Johnson Court - Proposed View
 
Westbury Entrance - Existing View
Westbury Entrance - Existing View
Westbury Entrance - Proposed View
Westbury Entrance - Proposed View
 
Wiclow Street - Existing View
Wicklow Street - Existing View
Wicklow Street - Proposed View
Wicklow Street - Proposed View
 


The following documents are available to download:

What was the final date for submissions and observations?

The date for submissions has passed.  The Part 8 was passed by City Council on 3rd November 2014.