Agenda and minutes

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Items
No. Item

209.

Confirmation and Adoption of Minutes pdf icon PDF 135 KB

It was proposed by Councillor L. McCarthy, seconded by Councillor T. Murphy and RESOLVED:

 

“That the Minutes of the Meeting of Dundrum (HEPI) Area Committee held on 27th January, 2020 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

210.

Ceisteanna/Questions

It was proposed by Councillor L. McCarthy, seconded by Councillor T. Murphy and RESOLVED:

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No 13 (c) questions no. 2a – 2m be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

HOUSING QUESTIONS

210a

Councillor S. McLoughlin; Allocation of Vacant/Boarded Up Council Properties pdf icon PDF 90 KB

210b

Councillor S. McLoughlin; Interior Housing Issues at Rosemount Court pdf icon PDF 82 KB

210c

Councillor S. McLoughlin; Number of Three Bed Units on Choice Based Letting in Q3 & Q4 of 2019 pdf icon PDF 88 KB

210d

Councillor M. O'Connell; Housing Facilities and Other Supports Available To Residents With Disabilities In The Dundrum Area pdf icon PDF 122 KB

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT QUESTIONS

210e

Councillor A. Colgan; Report on Up-Take Of Business Incentive Scheme In 2018 & 2019 pdf icon PDF 165 KB

210f

Councillor A. Colgan; Report on Number Of Young People Who Have Participated In The Music Generation Scheme To Date pdf icon PDF 188 KB

210g

Councillor S. McLoughlin; Update on Establishing A Local Policing Forum In Dundrum pdf icon PDF 87 KB

PLANNING QUESTIONS

210h

Councillor E. Blain; Update on the Status of the Rear Entrance to Wesley College from Delbrook Park pdf icon PDF 160 KB

210i

Councillor S. McLoughlin; To Ask if the Site at the Rear of Applegreen, Ballinteer Avenue is Paying a Vacant Site Levy pdf icon PDF 90 KB

210j

Councillor T. Murphy; To Ask When Will the New Secondary School Planned for the Ballyogan Area Go Ahead pdf icon PDF 92 KB

INFRASTRUCTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE QUESTIONS

210k

Councillor L. McCarthy; To Ask for a Progress Report on the Blackglen Road Upgrade pdf icon PDF 167 KB

210l

Councillor S. McLoughlin; Survey of Grange Manor Road Side of Loreto Park with a View to Locating a Site for a Bottle Bank pdf icon PDF 85 KB

210m

Councillor B. Saul; To Ask for a Breakdown of Costs for Samuel Beckett Phase 2 pdf icon PDF 88 KB

HOUSING BUSINESS

211.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS

212.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading

PLANNING BUSINESS

213.

Strategic Housing Developments pdf icon PDF 230 KB

213a

Sector 3, Aiken's Village, Townland of Woodside, Stepaside, Dublin 18; ABP30647120

In accordance with the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016 Section 8 (4) & (5), Ms. Julieanne Prendiville, Executive Planner, provided a presentation of the SHD application, giving an opportunity to members to get clarity on the detail of the application, outlined details of the consultations that have taken place in relation to the proposed development under sections 5 (2) and 6 (5), and outlined details of the notice issued by the Board under section 6 (7).

 

A Summary of the Members views on the proposed development was NOTED and will be forwarded to An Bord Pleanála.

 

214.

Taking in Charge - Holy Trinity School pdf icon PDF 168 KB

Additional documents:

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED and NOTED.

215.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence pdf icon PDF 73 KB

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading

 

216.

To Establish Whether a Tall Wall or Tall Trees is Feasible at Convent Court pdf icon PDF 134 KB

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

 

"That the Chief Executive review the parcel of land between the houses at Convent Court, Kilmacud and new development to establish whether a tall wall or tall trees is feasible."

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

A discussion took place, during which Ms. B. Gilligan, Senior Executive Officer, Planning Department, responded to Members queries.

 

The report of the Chief Executive was ACCEPTED.

 

 

217.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading

INFRASTRUCTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE BUSINESS

218.

Pathway Round the Land at Ballyogan Civic Centre pdf icon PDF 144 KB

It was proposed by Councillor D. Donnelly and seconded by Councillor D. NíFhloinn:

 

“That the Chief Executive install a pathway round the land at Ballyogan Civic Centre to create a walking route for schools, and other users who use that area regularly.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

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

 

The report of the Chief Executive was ACCEPTED.

 

 

219.

Investigation and Monitoring With Regard to Rat Activity at Clay Farm pdf icon PDF 85 KB

It was proposed by Councillor D. NíFhloinn and seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy:

 

“That the Chief Executive write to the developers of on-going construction works at Clay Farm and Glencairn, Dublin 18, asking that they undertake investigation and monitoring with regard to rat activity in those sites and neighbouring estates and that they take all steps necessary to address the problem of rat activity on those estates.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

A discussion took place, during which Mr. A. Baines, Senior Executive Officer, Infrastructure and Climate Change, responded to Members queries. It was AGREED that the Council will write to the HSE to request an investigation.

 

The report of the Chief Executive was ACCEPTED.

 

 

220.

To Progress Phase 2 of the Samuel Beckett Centre pdf icon PDF 89 KB

It was proposed by Councillor T. Murphy and seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy:

 

“That this Council now progress, as a matter of urgency, phase 2 of the Samuel Beckett centre, with a view to open phase two before December 2021 now that 5 million has been secured from the Sports Capital Grant.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

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

 

The report of the Chief Executive was ACCEPTED.

 

 

221.

To Publish a List of Individuals and Businesses Issued With Litter Fines in the Dundrum Area pdf icon PDF 86 KB

It was proposed by Councillor S. McLoughlin and seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy:

 

“That this Area Committee asks for the Council to publish a list of individuals and businesses who are issued with litter fines within the Dundrum Local Area Committee.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

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

 

The report of the Chief Executive was ACCEPTED.

 

 

222.

That the Blackglen Upgrade Scheme Begins at Lambs Cross pdf icon PDF 84 KB

It was proposed by Councillor L. McCarthy and seconded by Councillor D. NíFhloinn:

 

“That the Chief Executive will ensure that work on the Blackglen Upgrade Scheme begins at Lambs Cross, in the interest of improving traffic movement and easing traffic congestion.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

A discussion took place, during which Mr. A. Thompson, Senior Executive Engineer, Infrastructure and Climate Change, responded to Members queries.

 

The report of the Chief Executive was ACCEPTED.

 

 

223.

Location of a Suitable Premises for Use by Ballinteer Active Retirement Group pdf icon PDF 89 KB

It was proposed by Councillor E. Blain and seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy:

 

“That the Chief Executive assist in the location of a suitable premises for use by Ballinteer Active Retirement Group.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

A discussion took place, during which Ms. M. Ruane, A/Director, Community Development and Social Inclusion, responded to Members queries.

 

The report of the Chief Executive was ACCEPTED.

 

 

224.

That the Blackglen Road be Progressed as a Matter of Urgency pdf icon PDF 86 KB

It was proposed by Councillor T. Murphy and seconded by Councillor D. NíFhloinn:

 

“That the Council now progress the Blackglen Road as a matter of urgency, to have all works completed before December 2021.”

 

The report of the Chief Executive was CONSIDERED.

 

A discussion took place and the report of the Chief Executive was ACCEPTED.

 

 

225.

Conclusion of Meeting

The Meeting Concluded at 19.02