Agenda and minutes

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145.

Confirmation and Adoption of Minutes pdf icon PDF 137 KB

It was proposed by Councillor J. O’Leary, seconded by Councillor D. Donnelly and RESOLVED:

 

“That the Minutes of the Meeting of Dundrum (HEPI) Area Committee held on 23rd September, 2019 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

146.

Change in Order of Agenda

It was AGREED to take the questions from all Sections on the agenda before proceeding to headed items and motions for each Section.

 

 

HOUSING BUSINESS

147.

Ceisteanna/Questions

It was proposed by Councillor D. Donnelly, seconded by Councillor M. Fleming and RESOLVED:

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No 13 (c) question no. 2 ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

148.

Councillor S. McLoughlin; Solar Panels Rosemount Court pdf icon PDF 84 KB

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS

149.

Cesiteanna/Questions

It was proposed by Councillor D. Donnelly and seconded by Councillor J. O’Leary and RESOLVED:

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No 13 (c) question no. 5 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

150.

Councillor L. McCarthy; Belarmine Community Centre pdf icon PDF 89 KB

PLANNING BUSINESS

151.

Cesiteanna/Questions

It was proposed by Councillor D. Donnelly and seconded by Councillor M. Fleming and RESOLVED:

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No 13 (c) questions no. 7 - 11 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

152.

Councillor K. Ahmed; Clonard Lodge entrance pdf icon PDF 83 KB

153.

Councillor K. Ahmed; Urban regeneration & Urban Development fund projects pdf icon PDF 95 KB

154.

Councillor L. McCarthy; Tree Protection Orders Dundrum LEA pdf icon PDF 94 KB

155.

Councillor L. McCarthy; Playgrounds on all planning applications pdf icon PDF 91 KB

156.

Councillor D. Ní Fhloinn; Vehicular Access Enniskerry Road to Cairnfort & Cruagh estates pdf icon PDF 132 KB

Additional documents:

INFRASTRUCTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE BUSINESS

157.

Ceisteanna/Questions

It was proposed by S.Breannan and seconded by Councillor D. Donnelly and RESOLVED:

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No 13 (c) question no. 16 - 21  be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

158.

Councillor K. Ahmed; Hillcrest Road pdf icon PDF 92 KB

159.

Councillor A. Colgan; Recycling bins Dundrum Library pdf icon PDF 91 KB

Additional documents:

160.

Councillor L. McCarthy; Samuel Beckett Civic Campus pdf icon PDF 86 KB

161.

Councillor L. McCarthy; Former shop Moreen/Blackthorn pdf icon PDF 83 KB

162.

Councillor S. McLoughlin; Clothes & Bottle bank times pdf icon PDF 83 KB

163.

Councillor J. O'Leary; Dundrum LAP: sites under Control of the Council & State Agencies pdf icon PDF 105 KB

HOUSING BUSINESS

164.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

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

 

165.

Anti-Social Behaviour pdf icon PDF 97 KB

It was proposed by Councillor K. Ahmed and seconded by Councillor B. Saul:

 

"That the Chief Executive implement an action plan to tackle anti-social behaviour in the Moreen, Ballyogan and Glencairn areas, for example measures such as building a youth centre for teenagers.”

 

 

The report of the Chief Executive, outlining the range of youth development services and supports for young people and community facilities in the area, was CONSIDERED. The report also, outlined that consideration regarding future requirements for dlr is in the context of the County Development Plan, which includes objectives related to future development, including for the provision of community facilities in areas where population is expected to increase. The provision of community facilities is subject to available grants and funding. 

 

A discussion took place, during which Mr. A. Blighe, Senior Executive Officer, Housing Department and Ms. M. Ruane, Senior Executive Officer, Community and Cultural Department, responded to Members queries.

 

The report of the Chief Executive was AGREED.

 

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS

166.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence pdf icon PDF 70 KB

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading

PLANNING BUSINESS

167.

Strategic Housing Developments pdf icon PDF 69 KB

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading

168.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading

169.

Future Developments pdf icon PDF 82 KB

It was proposed by Councillor K. Ahmed and seconded by Councillor B. Saul:

 

“That this Council provides the report on future developments within the remit of this Area Committee, and if footpaths and cycle lanes are provided in those developments.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED and AGREED.

 

 

170.

Playgrounds in Kilternan Glenamuck pdf icon PDF 91 KB

In the absence of Councillor L. McCarthy the following motion was proposed by Councillor P. O’Brien and seconded by Councillor D. N Fhloinn:

 

“That the Chief Executive would please ensure playgrounds are included in planning permissions in the Kilternan/Glenamuck areas as there are no playgrounds within walking distance for the many families now living here.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED AND NOTED.

 

 

INFRASTRUCTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE BUSINESS

171.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

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

172.

Old Bailing Station pdf icon PDF 83 KB

It was proposed by Councillor T. Murphy & seconded by Councillor B. Saul:

 

“That the Chief Executive please give an update on the current situation regarding the Old Bailing Station on the Ballyogan Road.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

A discussion took place, during which Mr. A. Baines, Senior Executive Officer, Infrastructure and Climate Change Department, responded to Members queries.

 

The report of the Chief Executive was NOTED.

 

173.

Air Monitoring Stations

 

It was proposed by Councillor J. Kennedy and seconded by Councillor B. Saul:

 

"That the Chief Executive, in light of the concerning EPA report "Urban Environmental Indicators" in relation to nitrogen dioxide levels in Dublin, gives a summary of air monitoring stations (be they operated by the council, the EPA, TII or another third-party) located within the Dundrum Area and indicate whether they monitor levels of nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, ozone and particulate matter, and that the installation of more recording functionality to facilitate accurate calculation of the EPA's Air Quality Index for Health (AQIH) along locations (particularly on the N11 and the M50) within the Dundrum Area be overseen, so as to better deduce the extent of ordinance that may be necessary under an air quality action plan."

 

The Chief Executives report was CONSIDERED

 

The Chairperson, Councillor D. Fhloinn advised the Members that the following motion (1) was handed up from the floor.

 

Motion (1) from the floor:

 

It was proposed by Councillor J. Kennedy and seconded by Councillor B. Saul:

 

“That this committee writes to the EPA and TII to encourage introduction of monitoring of sulphur dioxide and particulate matter at M50 locations (within area of this committee) to  accurately calculate the AQIH along the M50”

 

A discussion on both motions took place during which Mr. A. Baines, Senior Executive Officer, Infrastructure and Climate Change responded to Members queries.

 

The motions were AGREED.

 

174.

Power Solutions Samuel Beckett Centre pdf icon PDF 85 KB

It was proposed by Councillor T. Murphy and seconded by Councillor M. Fleming that:

 

“That the Chief Executive, where possible, use geothermal and solar power energy solutions on the new Samuel Beckett centre to reduce and replace oil or gas heating systems.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

A discussion took place during which Mr. A. Baines, Senior Executive Officer, Infrastructure and Climate Change Department responded to Members queries.

 

The motion was AGREED

 

175.

Bring Centres pdf icon PDF 239 KB

It was proposed by Councillor S. McLoughlin and seconded by Councillor P. O’Brien:

 

“That the Chief Executive include Bring Centres as a headed item at a future Dundrum Area Committee meeting with a view of having informative discussion on the same?”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

A discussion took place during which Mr. A. Baines, Senior Executive Officer, Infrastructure and Climate Change department responded to Members queries.

 

The motion was AGREED.

176.

Conclusion of Meeting

Meeting concluded at 17.32