Proposed Clontarf to City Centre Cycle Route. Clontarf Road/
Alfie Byrne Road, Dublin 3 to Amiens Street/Talbot Street, Dublin 1.
Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given of the
proposed construction by Dublin City Council of the above scheme, The
proposed works shall comprise of the construction of circa 2.5km of high
quality cycle facilities, improved footpaths and landscaping from Clontarf
Road / Alfie Byrne Road, via Clontarf Road, Marino Mart, Fairview,
Annesley Bridge Road, North Strand Road and Amiens Street.
The scheme will also include provision of a portion of the Tolka Valley
Greenway linking Alfie Byrne Road with Annesley Bridge Road. The
route shall traverse underneath Clontarf Road Railway Bridge, North
Strand Road Railway Bridge and Amiens Street Railway Bridge
(Protected Structures) and over Annesley Bridge at the Tolka River and
Newcomen Bridge at the Royal Canal (Protected Structures).
New Toucan (pedestrian and cycle) crossings shall be provided at the
following locations: Marino Mart (at Malahide Road); Marino Mart (at
Marino College); Fairview (near footbridge); Annesley Bridge Road
/ Cadogan Road; North Strand Road / Charleville Mall (Royal Canal
Existing pedestrian crossings shall be upgraded to Toucan crossings at the
following locations: Clontarf Road / Alfie Byrne Road; Clontarf Road /
Howth Road; Clontarf Road / Malahide Road; Annesley Bridge Road
/ Fairview Strand; North Strand Road / East Wall Road; North Strand
Road / Annesley Place; North Strand Road / Waterloo Avenue; Amiens
Street / Portland Row (5 Lamps); Amiens Street / Buckingham Street
Lower; Amiens Street / Talbot Street.
In addition, the proposed works shall include extensive landscaping,
removal and replanting of trees, a “greenway” along the front of Fairview
Park; improved public lighting and CCTV; cycle parking in Fairview Park;
relocation of some bus shelters; removal and relocation of car parking
spaces; relocation of road side retaining wall on the east side of North
Strand Road, north of Ossory Road; alteration to boundary wall of
Iarnród Éireann Head Office, Connolly Station, Amiens Street (Protected
Structure) and other ancillary services along the route.
The following reports also accompany this application:
• Appropriate Assessment Screening Report
• Built and Heritage Report
• Arborist (Tree Assessment) Report
Plans and particulars of the proposed development may be inspected (or
purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy)
for a period of 6 weeks from Thursday, 12th January 2017 to Thursday,
23rd February 2017 at the offices of Dublin City Council, Public
Counter, Planning and Property Development Department, Block 4,
Ground Floor, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Monday to Friday,
09.00hrs to 16.30hrs.
The proposal can also be viewed at the following locations:
1) Central Area Office, 51-53 Lower Sean MacDermott Street, Dublin
1. Opening Hours: 10.00hrs – 15.30hrs., Monday to Friday.
2) North Central Area Office, Bunratty Road, Coolock, Dublin 17.
Opening Hours: 10.00hrs – 15.30hrs., Monday to Friday.
3) Charleville Mall Library, Charleville Mall, North Strand, Dublin 1.
Opening Hours: 10.00 hrs – 13.00hrs. and 14.00hrs. – 17.00hrs.,
Monday to Saturday.
4) Marino Library, 14 – 20 Marino Mart, Fairview, Dublin 3. Opening
Hours: Monday and Wednesday from 12.45hrs to 16.00hrs and
from 16.45hrs – 20.00hrs. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
from 10.00hrs – 13.00hrs and from 14.00hrs – 17.00hrs.
Plans and particulars can also be viewed online at www.dublincity.ie and
A submission of observation in relation to the proposed development,
dealing with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area
in which the development would be situated may be made in writing to the
Executive Manager, Planning and Property Development Department,
Dublin City Council, Block 4, Floor 3, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin
8 before 16.30hrs on Thursday 9th March 2017.