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Items
No. Item

104.

Questions- Transportation Services

It was PROPOSED by Councillor L. McCarthy and SECONDED by Councillor P. Hand and resolved:-

 

That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c), Questions 2 to 12 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.

 

105.

Councillor S. Brennan - DOUBLE YELLOW LINES HENLEY PARK pdf icon PDF 28 KB

106.

Councillor S. Brennan - PEDESTRIAN CROSSING BARTON ROAD EAST pdf icon PDF 27 KB

107.

Confirmation and Adoption of Minutes pdf icon PDF 54 KB

It was PROPOSED by Councillor L. McCarthy, SECONDED by Councillor B. Saul and AGREED that the minutes of the meeting of Dundrum  Area Committee held on 4th March 2019, as amended, be CONFIRMED and ADOPTED.

 

108.

Councillor L. Dockery - SPEED SIGNAGE LAKELANDS ESTATE pdf icon PDF 30 KB

109.

Councillor P. Hand - DOUBLE YELLOW LINES LUDFORD ESTATE pdf icon PDF 28 KB

110.

Councillor P. Hand - DOUBLE YELLOW LINES WESTON PARK pdf icon PDF 28 KB

111.

Councillor P. Hand - PARKING ISSUE HENLEY PARK pdf icon PDF 26 KB

112.

Councillor J. Kennedy - SAFETY REPORTS ALLEN PARK / LOWER KILMACUD ROADS pdf icon PDF 38 KB

113.

Councillor J. Kennedy - BLIND SPOTS SWEETBRIAR LANE pdf icon PDF 29 KB

114.

Councillor J. Kennedy - PARKING DURING RUSH HOUR OLD DUBLIN ROAD pdf icon PDF 30 KB

115.

Councillor L. McCarthy - REVIEW JUNCTION GRANGE ROAD / HAROLD'S GRANGE ROAD pdf icon PDF 29 KB

116.

Councillor T. Murphy - ENFORCEMENT PARKED CARS TICKNOCK ROAD pdf icon PDF 27 KB

Additional documents:

117.

Deerpark Road, Mount Merrion - Proposed Pedestrian Crossing pdf icon PDF 37 KB

Additional documents:

The report of the Senior Executive Engineer was NOTED.

118.

Consultation with Garda Commissioner pdf icon PDF 188 KB

The following was NOTED:

 

LINING LIST:  February TAG 2019

 

TAG

No.

Street, Area

[Map Ref.1]

Type / Description

 

 

 

DLR-CRM 137498

BALALLY PARK

Double yellow lines are not warranted at this location. Double

yellow lines are not installed to control nuisance or residential parking; this can

be dealt with via an application for a Pay and Display scheme, should the

 majority of residents be in agreement. Details of the procedure for the

introduction of Pay & Display in Balally Park can be obtained from the DLR

 Parking Control Section.

DLR-CRM 136686

BALLYOGAN ROAD

Install a Keep Clear Box on Ballyogan Road in the near lane exiting

Meadowfield Estate

DLR-CRM 137294

BELFIELD CLOSE

The extension of Double yellow lines are not warranted at this location.

DLR-CRM 136624

CAIRN HILL

Extend the existing Double yellow lines in Cairn Hill, Foxrock by 5m opposite

 the entrance to Foxrock Nursing Home.

DLR-CRM 136948

GRANGE WOOD (MARLAY GRANGE)

Install 10m – 15m of double yellow lines on both corners at the following

junctions of Grange Wood Estate, Rathfarnham:

·       Junction of Grange Wood and Grange Road

·       Junction at house numbers 49a and 27 Grange Wood

·       Junction of The Cherries and Grangewood

·       On Grangewood at the junction of Elm Way, adjacent to

house number 55.

·       Junction at Elm Park house and house numbers 62a Grange

 Wood

 

 

DLR-CRM 136252

LANDSCAPE AVENUE

The extension of Double yellow lines are not warranted at this location.

DLR-CRM 123710

Lehaunstown

The current road surface does not permit the installation of double yellow

 lines at this location.The Traffic section will investigate the possible options

that are available to alleviate the issue.

DLR-CRM 136127

LEOPARDSTOWN PARK

Provide 1 x Disabled parking bay outside house number 49 Leopardstown

Park

DLR-CRM 137472

LYNWOOD

Install STOP lining in Lynwood Estate, Dundrum at the junction opposite

Lynwood House and adjacent to house numbers 21a and 13 Lynwood

DLR-CRM 135868

SANDYFORD

Decision has been deferred for further assessment and review.

DLR-CRM 136051

STILLORGAN HEATH

Double yellow lines are not warranted at this location. Double yellow lines are

not installed to control nuisance or residential parking; this can be dealt

 with via an application for a Pay and Display scheme, should the majority

of residents be in agreement. Details of the procedure for the introduction

of Pay & Display in Stillorgan Heath can be obtained from the DLR Parking

Control Section.

DLR-CRM 136156

TANEY ROAD

The enlargement of the Yellow Box on Taney Road is not required.

DLR-CRM 137051

TUDOR LAWNS

Double yellow lines are not warranted at this location.

Double yellow lines are not installed to control nuisance or

residential parking; this can be dealt with via an application for

 a Pay and Display scheme, should the majority of

residents be in agreement. Details of the procedure for the

 introduction of Pay & Display in Tudor Lawns can be

obtained from the DLR Parking Control Section.

DLR-CRM 135410

VALLEY VIEW

Double yellow lines are not warranted at this location.

Double yellow lines are not installed to control nuisance or  ...  view the full minutes text for item 118.

119.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

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

 

120.

MONITOR TRAFFIC LIGHTS GRANGE ROAD JUNCTION pdf icon PDF 25 KB

It was PROPOSED by Councillor L. McCarthy and SECONDED by Councillor P. O’Brien

 

“That the Chief Executive would monitor the traffic lights at the Grange Road/Harolds Grange Road/College Road junction and see what improvements can be made to increase traffic flow.”

 

The report of the Senior Executive Engineer, Traffic & Road Safety Section, was AGREED and the Motion was AGREED.

 

121.

REPORT ON SOLUTION TO TRAFFIC PROBLEMS AT LAKELANDS pdf icon PDF 26 KB

It was AGREED to RE-ENTER this item on the May meeting of the Dundrum Area Committee Meeting (Municipal Services Business).

122.

ACTION PLAN ON PARKING WHITEBEAM ROAD pdf icon PDF 28 KB

 

It was PROPOSED by Councillor J. Kennedy and SECONDED by Councillor B. Saul

 

"That the Chief Executive formulate an action plan to deter persistent nuisance parking in the vicinity of Whitebeam Road, Whitethorn Road, Laburnum Road, Nutgrove Park and Leinster Lawn, including actions such as a) encouraging a greater enforcement presence b) consideration of extra yellow lines c) consultation with local residents as regards pay-and-display consideration d) discussion with the local university and businesses as regards their parking capacity to help prevent overflow on these roads."

 

The joint report of the Senior Executive Engineer, Traffic & Road Safety Section and the Administrative Officer, Municipal Services, was ACCEPTED and the Motion was AGREED.

 

123.

Questions- Maintenance Services

 

It was PROPOSED by Councillor L. McCarthy and SECONDED by Councillor T. Murphy and resolved:-

 

That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c), Questions 19 to 24 be ADOPTED and APPROVED

124.

Councillor L. Dockery - FOOTPATH UPGRADE LEOPARDTOWN PARK pdf icon PDF 23 KB

125.

Councillor P. Hand - FOOTPATH AT BROADFORD ROAD pdf icon PDF 24 KB

126.

Councillor P. Hand - ROAD REPAIR AT BALLINTEER AVENUE pdf icon PDF 25 KB

127.

Councillor L. McCarthy - REPORT ON GULLY CLEANING PROGRAMME pdf icon PDF 32 KB

128.

Councillor A. White - GULLY CLEANING FOXROCK UPDATE pdf icon PDF 26 KB

129.

Councillor A. White - BUSINESS OWNERS CORNELSCOURT HILL ROAD pdf icon PDF 25 KB

130.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

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

 

131.

REPAIR AT CORNELSCOURT ROAD / OLD BRAY ROAD pdf icon PDF 26 KB

It was AGREED to RE-ENTER this item on the May meeting of the Dundrum Area Committee Meeting (Municipal Services Business).

 

132.

UPGRADE FOOTPATHS ARDILEA ESTATE pdf icon PDF 24 KB

It was PROPOSED by Councillor J. Kennedy and SECONDED by Councillor B. Saul

 

"That the Chief Executive plan to upgrade footpaths in the Ardilea Estate, particularly at the following locations, as advocated by the local Residents' Association.”

 

The report of the Senior Engineer, Road Maintenance Section, was ACCEPTED and the Motion was AGREED.

 

 

133.

Item not on agenda - Waste and Litter Initiatives in the Public Realm

The Senior Engineer of the Road Maintenance Section advised the Members of the publication of the report, Waste and Litter Initiatives in the Public Realm.

 

A discussion took place in which the Senior Engineer responded to questions from the Members. The report was NOTED.

134.

Questions - Parks Services

It was PROPOSED by Councillor L. McCarthy and SECONDED by Councillor S. Nic Cormaic and resolved:-

 

That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c), Questions 28 to 38 be ADOPTED and APPROVED

135.

Councillor E. Blain - TREE REPLACEMENT CLONARD ESTATE pdf icon PDF 24 KB

136.

Councillor C. Curran - MULTIPLE SPORTS HOCKEY PITCH ROSEMONT SCHOOL pdf icon PDF 24 KB

137.

Councillor P. Hand - FOOTPATH REPAIR LUDFORD PARK pdf icon PDF 25 KB

138.

Councillor J. Kennedy - REMOVAL TREE STUMPS LINDEN LEA PARK pdf icon PDF 23 KB

139.

Councillor J. Kennedy - CLEAN UP TREE DEBRIS WOODLANDS AVENUE pdf icon PDF 24 KB

140.

Councillor L. McCarthy - COLUMBARUIM WALL AT KILGOBBIN CEMETERY pdf icon PDF 24 KB

141.

Councillor L. McCarthy - GREENWAY BETWEEN CRUAGH AND CLAY FARM pdf icon PDF 36 KB

142.

Councillor T. Murphy - CLEAN AT KINGSTON GREEN pdf icon PDF 23 KB

Additional documents:

143.

Councillor T. Murphy - FENCE AT FERN HILL GARDENS / DEER CULLING pdf icon PDF 26 KB

144.

Councillor S. Nic Cormaic - LIST OF TEAMS USING ROSEMOUNT pdf icon PDF 31 KB

145.

Councillor S. Nic Cormaic - ACCESS TO MERRION FC CHANGING FACILIIES pdf icon PDF 25 KB

146.

Running Track & Associated Facilities - St. Thomas's (Part 8)

The report of the Senior Executive Parks Superintendent was NOTED.

147.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

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

 

148.

TOILET FACILITIES AT ROSEMOUNT pdf icon PDF 25 KB

It was PROPOSED by Councillor S. Nic Cormaic and SECONDED by Councillor L.

McCarthy

 

“That this Area Committee provides desperately needed toilet facilities at the Children's Soccer Academy in Rosemount.


(There is access to one side of changing facilities there but as they are nearly always in use by adult teams getting changed it is inappropriate to have the children from the academy walking through the rooms while they are being used. Up to 80 children can be at the academy on a Saturday morning and a small unit with one or two small toilets would suffice).”

 

 

 

The report of the Senior Parks Superintendent was ACCEPTED and the Motion was AGREED.

 

149.

BADGER SETTS 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 document all known badger setts within the Dundrum Electoral Area to ensure their protection when assessing planning applications.”

 

A discussion took place during which the Senior Parks Superintendent responded to members’ questions. It was then AGREED that this matter should be presented to a future Dundrum Area Committee Meeting (Municipal Services Business) as a Headed Item.

150.

Re-entering of Items

It was AGREED to RE-ENTER the following items to the May meeting of the Dundrum Area Committee Meeting (Municipal Services Business).

 

Item 17 - REPORT ON SOLUTION TO TRAFFIC PROBLEMS AT LAKELANDS

 

Item 26 - REPAIR AT CORNELSCOURT ROAD / OLD BRAY ROAD

 

 

151.

Conclusion of Meeting

The meeting concluded at 17:44.

152.

Confirmation and Adoption of Minutes

153.

Conclusion of Meeting

154.

Consultation with Garda Commissioner

155.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

156.

Questions

157.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

158.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

159.

Re-entering of Items