Special Planning Control Schemes

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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.

For more information

Dublin City Council
Planning Department
Block 3, Floor 3
Civic Offices
Wood Quay
Dublin 8

Office Hours: 9.00am to 4.30pm. Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).

Tel: (01) 222 3926, (01) 222 3297, (01) 222 5093
Email: conservation@dublincity.ie

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