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Items
No. Item

27.

Amendment of Minutes

Councillor J. Kennedy advised the Members of the following amendment to Minute number DDHEPI/248/18, on page 4 of the Minutes from the January meeting in the Document Pack;

 

That Councillor S. Brennan and Councillor D. Dunne votes are reflected in the Minutes after they had been omitted in error.

 

Councillor S. Brennan voted For the Motion and Councillor D. Dunne Abstained.

 

The corrected roll call vote reads as follows;

 

COUNCILLORS:

FOR

AGAINST

ABSTAINED

Blaine, Emma

ü   

 

Brennan, Shay

?

 

 

Curran, Chris

 

Daly, Kevin

 

ü   

 

Dockery, Liam

 

 

 

Donnelly, Deirdre

 

 

 

Dunne, Daniel

 

 

?

Hand, Patrick

ü   

 

 

Kennedy, John

ü   

 

 

McCarthy, Lettie

ü   

 

 

McGovern, Lynsey

 

ü   

 

Murphy, Brian

 

 

 

Murphy, Tom

 

ü   

 

NicCormaic, Sorcha

 

 

 

O’Brien, Peter

 

ü   

 

O’Neill, Seamas

 

ü   

 

Saul, Barry

ü   

 

 

Smith, Dónal

ü   

 

 

Tallon, Grace

 

 

 

White, Alex

ü   

 

 

TOTAL:

7

6

1

 

 

 

The amendment was AGREED.

 

 

28.

Confirmation and Adoption of Minutes pdf icon PDF 58 KB

It was PROPOSED by Councillor L. McCarthy, SECONDED by Councillor S. NicCormaic that the Minutes of the Meeting of Dundrum (HEPI) Area Committee held on Monday 28th January, 2019 be CONFIRMED and ADOPTED as amended.

 

INFRASTRUCTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE BUSINESS

29.

Ceisteanna/Questions

It was proposed by Councillor L. McCarthy and seconded by Councillor B. Saul that pursuant to Standing Order No 13 (c) questions no 2 to 3 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.

 

30.

Councillor C. Curran; Update re Phase 2 Samuel Beckett Civic Campus pdf icon PDF 33 KB

31.

Councillor C. Curran; Fund Application Samuel Beckett Civic Campus pdf icon PDF 24 KB

32.

Proposed Granting of 3 Year 9 Month Lease to Units at The Craft Courtyard, Marlay Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16. pdf icon PDF 66 KB

Additional documents:

It was agreed that this item be NOTED.

33.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED that there was no business under this heading.

 

34.

Councillor D. Dunne pdf icon PDF 45 KB

It was proposed by Councillor D. Dunne and seconded by Councillor P. O’Brien.

 

 

“That the Chief Executive review the schedule for bin emptying, at the back of the Balally Shopping Centre and in Wedgewood Estate, taking into account predictable demand peaks such as post-Christmas period, and also whether the location of the bins is optimal? There is a regular problem with recycling bins being over-filled and not emptied. There is ensuing illegal dumping and a large mess.

Can cameras be installed if that has not been done already so that that those engaged in illegal dumping can be reported and prosecuted?”

Following a brief discussion, during which Seamus Moran, Senior Executive Engineer, responded to Members queries, the report was ACCEPTED.

35.

Councillor S. Brennan pdf icon PDF 32 KB

It was proposed by Councillor S. Brennan and seconded by Councillor P. Hand.

 

“That the Chief Executive to add the boundary wall of the Central Mental Hospital to the Record of Protected Structures and to provide a report on any other options available to protect this boundary wall in the context of the future development of the site.”

 

Following a brief discussion, during which Julie Craig, Executive Conservation Officer, responded to Members queries, the report was ACCEPTED.

 

HOUSING BUSINESS

36.

Ceisteanna/Questions

It was proposed by Councillor L. McCarthy and seconded by Councillor B. Saul that pursuant to Standing Order No 13 (c) question no. 8 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.

 

37.

Councillor P. Hand; update report Broadford Rise Senior Citizen Units pdf icon PDF 26 KB

38.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED that there was no business under this heading.

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS

39.

Ceisteanna/Questions

No business.

40.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED that there was no business under this heading.

41.

Councillor S. Brennan pdf icon PDF 43 KB

It was proposed by Councillor S. Brennan and seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy.

 

“That the Chief Executive writes to DLR Leisure and requests the following in relation to the Meadowbrook leisure centre:        
1) Percentage increase in Gym usage charges for the active retirement community (over 65s) between October 2016 and present
2) Justification for any increase in the above
3) An outline of how these charges compare to Gyms operated by Dublin City Council
4) A request to restore the pricing of such Gym access to 2016 levels.”

 

 

The Report was ACCEPTED.

42.

Councillor L. McCarthy pdf icon PDF 24 KB

It was proposed by Councillor L. McCarthy and seconded by Councillor P. O’Brien.

 

“That the Chief Executive would please allow families using the Belarmine playground access to the toilet facilities in Belarmine Community Centre.”

 

 

After a brief discussion the Motion was unanimously AGREED.

PLANNING BUSINESS

43.

Ceisteanna/Questions

No business.

44.

Strategic Housing Developments pdf icon PDF 12 KB

No business.

45.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence pdf icon PDF 12 KB

It was NOTED that there was no business under this heading.

 

46.

Re-entering of Items

No business.

47.

Conclusion of Meeting

The meeting concluded at 5.15pm.