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Development Plan Meeting Meeting - 27th January 2021 Agenda


Date:
27/01/2021 15:00
Location:
Virtual Meeting

This meeting is a virtual meeting, on-line, via Microsoft Teams. Should anyone wish to attend this virtual meeting, they should contact devplan@sdublincoco.ie by 1pm on Wednesday 27th January providing an email address to which the Council will issue a return invitation to attend.

Headed Items

H-I (1)

Submitted by:
Planning
Responsibility:
Hazel Craigie

Chief Executive's Report

Overarching Strategic Direction

Motions

Mot (1)

Submitted by:
Councillor M. Johansson
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

In the section under Overarching strategic direction, to amend the following line 'Include climate action as an overarching and cross-cutting theme across the Draft Plan in line with policies and objectives contained in the NPF, the RSES, South Dublin's Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024 and national legislation.' To: 'Include climate action as an overarching and cross-cutting theme across the Draft Plan in line with, and where feasible beyond, policies and objectives contained in the NPF, the RSES, South Dublin's Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024 and national legislation. The plan will aim to provide measures towards making South Dublin County's transition to being a low carbon society."

Mot (2)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Overarching : Promote quality of life for all generations through the creation of healthy and attractive places to live, work, visit, invest and study in, as an overarching consideration in the preparation of the Draft Plan. * amend to say "creation of additional and enhancement of existing healthy and attractive places to live, work, visit, invest and study in as an overarching consideration in the preparation of the draft plan".

Mot (3)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

MOTION: OVERARCHING STRATEGIC DIRECTION P25, To 2nd bullet point add new clause in red and underscored ' Promote quality of life for all generations through the creation of healthy and attractive places to live, work, visit, invest and study in a manner that fully recognises and supports ethnic and cultural diversity and values, is an overarching consideration in the preparation of the Draft Development Plan.'

Mot (4)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the County Development Plan creates the conditions needed to develop our County in an appropriate manner, with adequate infrastructure and amenities, so that our County is an attractive place to live, work and play in, a County that prioritises delivery of affordable homes, protection of our environment and bio-diversity, action on climate change and promotes social inclusion. 

Mot (5)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Overarching Strategic Direction · Support policies that place emphasis on ensuring that infrastructure is sufficient to allow for planned development

Mot (6)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Overarching Strategic Direction That the County Development Plan shall seek to improve quality of life by ensuring that community facilities develop in line with the significant population growth in the functional area of South Dublin County Council e.g. community centres, swimming pools, playing fields, parks, libraries and play spaces.

Mot (7)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Overarching Strategic Direction Section: Given that Biodiversity loss is as critical if not more critical than climate change, change the bullet "Include climate action as an overarching and cross-cutting theme across the Draft Plan in line with policies and objectives contained in the NPF, the RSES, South Dublin's Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024 and national legislation." to "Include biodiversity and climate action as an overarching and cross-cutting themes across the Draft Plan in line with policies and objectives contained in the NPF, the RSES, South Dublin's Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024, South Dublins Biodiversity Action Plan and national legislation."

Mot (8)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the Chief Executive amends the strategic direction to focus on carbon neutrality as a key objective and specifically amends the sentence: "Include climate action as an overarching and cross-cutting theme across the Draft Plan..." etc to read: 'Integrate climate action and net zero carbon emissions as an overarching and cross-cutting theme across the Draft Plan with the aim of exceeding where possible the policies and objectives contained in the NPF, the RSES, South Dublin's Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024 and national legislation."

Mot (9)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That this council will work with The Alzheimer Society and other key agencies to create Dementia friendly communities that will transform our villages, towns and cities into better places to live for people with dementia and their families and this will be included in the County Development Plan.

Mot (10)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Overarching Strategic Direction That this Council shall promote an inclusive, safe and comfortable environment with amenities and facilities to accommodate those with intellectual disabilities.

Mot (11)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

1. Page 25 Overarching Strategic Direction Bullet point 5 (amend as follows) Support an efficient and effective transport system, promoting modal shift to public transport, walking and cycling, encouraging permeability and taking account of national and, regional policy and guidance and public consultation. 

Mot (12)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That this council is a LGBTQ safe and Friendly County and that this is written into the County Development Plan

Mot (13)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

MOTION:OVERARCHING STRATEGIC DIRECTION P26, add new bullet before the last bullet point 'Ensure that implementation of the Plan is reviewed annually against the stated objectives and a report brought to the elected members for consideration.'

Population Growth and Housing

Motions

Mot (14)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Development plan enshrines the concept of right sizing and aims to provide significant numbers of right sized accommodation during the period of the plan.

Mot (15)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

This Council agrees that it will be a core aim of this County Development Plan to seek to ensure that new residential developments will be built in parallel with the provision of economic, social and community infrastructure.

Mot (16)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council ensures that the Development Plan is built on the core principle that population growth should be prioritised where there are sufficient local amenities and specific public transport.

Mot (17)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

The County Development Plan 2022-28 will seek to ensure that all new residential developments will be built in parallel with the provision of economic, social and community infrastructure.

Mot (18)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the County Development Plan prioritises the delivery of affordable and social homes on public lands.

Mot (19)

Submitted by:
Councillor M. Johansson
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Motion 3: To add the following In the section on Population Growth and Housing to amend the following section as outlined: 'Promote compact growth in line with the NPF and RSES through the inclusion of specific policies and targeted and measurable implementation measures that: o encourage infill / brownfield development o focus growth on the County's designated strategic development areas and o if necessary, provides for the use of Compulsory Purchase Orders to achieve this.'

Mot (20)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Population Growth and Housing: That the County Development Plan shall encourage appropriate mixed use type developments to allow for different housing needs and tenure

Mot (21)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Population Growth and Housing: That the County Development Plan shall have due regard to the need for green spaces and amenities throughout the county and shall avoid any overdevelopment which is detrimental to the community.

Mot (22)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

2. Page 26 Population Growth and Housing Bullet point 2 amend as follows Ensure the draft Plan is informed by a planning and infrastructural assessment in line with the provisions of Appendix 3 of the NPF and promote plan & design the phasing of new development alongside the delivery of required infrastructure to create sustainable communities. 

Mot (23)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council directs the Chief Executive to protect our rural communities - the hills and mountains around our County from excessive residential development.

Mot (24)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the draft County Development Plan prioritises the construction of social and affordable housing on public land.

Mot (25)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Plan prioritise serviced or serviceable brownfield sites over infill in green spaces in existing areas.

Mot (26)

Submitted by:
Councillor C. O'Connor ,Councillor D. O'Donovan,Councillor E. Murphy,Councillor E. O'Brien,Councillor Shane Moynihan,Councillor T. Costello,Councillor T. Gilligan,Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

This Council agrees that it will be a core aim of this County Development Plan to seek to ensure that new residential developments will be built in parallel with the provision of economic, social and community infrastructure. 

Mot (27)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

This Council agrees that the County Council should include a policy to provide Independent living for the elderly areas that have the oldest populations in South County Dublin and in doing so to satisfy the growing demand for downsizing from existing residences to more suitable accommodation for their needs with access to local amenities. This will have the added benefit of releasing housing stock used by single or small families to larger families and assisting with the homeless situation in the area.

Mot (28)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Chief Executive makes it a specific strategic objective in the Development Plan to enable older people to move into more energy-efficient, centrally located independent living housing near retail and recreational amenities and that this can be speeded up by designating schemes that would make it attractive for single people over the age of 70 living in 3-bed and larger houses, social or private, to vacate these premises, freeing them up for young families, with commensurate payments or comparative rent changes being made to facilitate same.

Mot (29)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the principle of 'infrastructure first' should be the core of the development strategy.

Mot (30)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this council ensures there is a phased delivery / approval of development in Cookstown, Airton, Broomhill and Greenhills, until improved community facilities and services are in place to ensure the new community is supported ( sports facilities - indoor and outdoor, youth services, community centre etc).

Mot (31)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Development Plan gives consideration for 'Village Status' to Knocklyon.

Mot (32)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Development Plan gives consideration for 'Village Status' to Firhouse.

Mot (33)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the County Development Plan designates Firhouse, Knocklyon and Citywest as villages.

Mot (34)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council supports and will have as an objective to investigate and work with other agencies to provide senior housing at land beside the 4 Districts Day Care Centre in Rathcoole.

Mot (35)

Submitted by:
Councillor M. Johansson
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Under the section Population Growth and Housing to add the following sentence: 'Prioritise the provision of social and affordable housing in the county based on need as identified by the current social housing waiting list, and expressions of interest for affordable housing.'

Mot (36)

Submitted by:
Councillor Carly Bailey
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this County Development Plan recognises that work is underway to develop a Naas Masterplan, which includes REGEN lands in the Ballymount/Walkinstown area. That this County Development Plan will facilitate a co-ordinated approach to any future sustainable development of the Naas Road area alongside Dublin City Council, all relevant stakeholders including the local community and ensure that the needs of the existing and new community will be met and the provision of necessary community and physical infrastructure is delivered in tandem with any new development.

Mot (37)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the County Development Plan includes a vision for developing strategic lands along the N7 

Mot (38)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Population Growth and Housing · To ensure that the promotion of infill development does not preclude communities having access to valuable green spaces by ensuring that planned developments include shared green areas and tree coverage.

Mot (39)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Chief Executive, under the section Growth and Housing facilitates makes it a priority to fast-track house-building in Strategic Development Zones as this is the quickest way to provide housing to those that need it.

Mot (40)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

MOTION: POPULATION GROWTH AND HOUSING P26, Add a third sub-Bullet point on Bullet point 3 'respect and protect our heritage in terms of natural and built environment'.

Mot (41)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

MOTION:POPULATION GROWTH AND HOUSING P26, Add an additional Bullet point ' Take into account changes in work and living practices post Covod-19'

Mot (42)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council recognises Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and environs as a designed Level 2 retail centre and not a 'Town Centre' in the traditional sense; and that any future consideration of the zoning of these lands is framed in such a way as to afford priority for the nearby villages of Lucan, Palmerstown and Clondalkin and that growth of the centre is managed in such a way as to preserve the status and significance of these villages.

Mot (43)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this council seeks to provide wheelchair liveable accommodation for all waiting on accommodation taking into account no suitable properties are available via HAP

Mot (44)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Planning and Infrastructural Assessment should include the identification of specific existing or pending developments including SHDs in which the minimum infrastructural requirements in are not considered objectively to be met, particularly with regard to public transport and schools, in order to inform the drafting of this plan.

Mot (45)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Council will oppose by all means at its disposal any development, including those mandated by national legislation, which are contrary to the Development Plan and particularly those which are contrary to the principle of 'infrastructure first'.

Mot (46)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Chief Executive, in the section Growth and Housing, sets out as a strategic objective a review of Strategic Development Zones within the lifetime of each Development Plan so that deficits can be identified and amended if necessary by the elected members.

Mot (47)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Population Growth and Housing That the County Development Plan shall discourage developments comprising, or largely comprising, "build to rent" units to be owned by an individual entity, as this leads to a shortage of housing stock for purchasers, a lack of competitiveness in rents faced by tenants, and does not promote the growth and development of communities.

Mot (48)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

It is policy of the Council to ensure an appropriate housing mix is provided within the LAP lands, therefore a minimum of 30% of units within any new residential development (in the form of either apartments or houses, but excluding student accommodation schemes) shall have a minimum of 3 bedrooms

Mot (49)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this council ensures that 80% of proposed apartment dwellings between 2020 and 2026 are NOT build to rent

Mot (50)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Submitted on behalf of TCC TCC want the following unsustainable projection removed from the Tallaght Town Centre Local Area plan With an area of approximately 380 hectares, the full development of the Tallaght Town Centre LAP area is expected to be able to accommodate between 8,410 to 11,090 new homes; 7,800 to 15,300 additional jobs; and a population of up to 34,000 people, over a number of plan periods. Current population is 6K. We welcome the Council analysis being guided by Census 2016, and accept that they wish to be compliant with the national plan, but the paragraph above should not be in the plan.

Mot (51)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Development Plan will maintain the current planning designation at the Foxhunter site, which precludes residential development at the site.

Mot (52)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien,Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Development Plan confirms the current planning status of the 'Foxhunter site' in Lucan and this Council agrees that new residential development would be wholly inappropriate on this site.

Built Environment and Placemaking

Motions

Mot (53)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

3. Page 27 Built Environment and Placemaking Bullet point 5 amend as follows Examine measures to encourage the retention and re-use of historic structures within the County, and incorporate new Bio-diversity and environmental projects. 

Mot (54)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this County Development Plan aims to preserve the existing towns and villages in the County and that all development in or around any such town or village shall seek to be constructed in a way that allows them to preserve their character and historic and cultural amenities.

Mot (55)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this council ensures all the SDCC Traditional village centres should be kept as vibrant and sustainable centres and follow a consistent design statement befitting their historic character and origins

Mot (56)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

All the SDCC Traditional village centres should be kept as vibrant and sustainable centres and follow a consistent design statement befitting their historic character and origins.

Mot (57)

Submitted by:
Councillor C. O'Connor ,Councillor D. O'Donovan,Councillor E. Murphy,Councillor E. O'Brien,Councillor Shane Moynihan,Councillor T. Costello,Councillor T. Gilligan,Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this County Development Plan aims to preserve the existing towns and villages in the County and that all development in or around any such town or village shall seek to be constructed in a way that allows them to preserve their character and historic and cultural amenities. 

Mot (58)

Submitted by:
Councillor M. Johansson
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

In the section on Built environment and Placemaking to amend the following line: "Promote a high standard of building and urban design, creating public spaces that are distinctive, safe and accessible and facilitate social and cultural diversity and interaction." To: "Promote the highest possible standard of building and urban design, creating public spaces that are distinctive, safe and accessible and facilitate social and cultural diversity and interaction."

Mot (59)

Submitted by:
Councillor C. O'Connor ,Councillor D. O'Donovan,Councillor E. Murphy,Councillor E. O'Brien,Councillor Shane Moynihan,Councillor T. Costello,Councillor T. Gilligan,Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this County Development Plan adopts the '15 minute city' adopted in Paris and aims to increase permeability throughout the County through increased cycling and public transport infrastructure

Mot (60)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Built Environment and Placemaking · To promote the various cultural traditions of the residents of the county, with a view to fostering societal harmony

Mot (61)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

'That the draft plan supports the Age Friendly County Strategy 2020-24 or any succeeding documents and has due regard to any submissions made to the Plan from those with experience in dealing with the elderly'.

Mot (62)

Submitted by:
Councillor Carly Bailey
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this County Development Plan will move SDCC towards the concept of the '15 Minute City' or similar model to create liveable and walkable communities.

Mot (63)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the council make it a planning requirement that any new shop/ commercial property shop/business fronts must be made of or replaced with timber fronts in the villages in the county.

Mot (64)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Development Plan provides for signage in 'District Urban Centres' and not just in the Villages in the County to promote 'pride of place' across the County.

Mot (65)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this County Development Plan recognises the importance of our built heritage including Katherine Tynan House in Tallaght and that a plan is made to improve it and make it accessible.

Mot (66)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council include a requirement in the South Dublin County Council Development Plan 2022 - 2028 that sets out to address the issue of dereliction of Protected Structures and encourage development that will rehabilitate, renovate and re-use such structures.

Mot (67)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council includes an appropriate objective to secure the preservation and enhancement of the Mill Lane heritage and amenity area in Palmerstown.

Mot (68)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To ensure greater awareness and sense of pride in our ACAs - Pilot a direct mail campaign with Tallaght Village and Balrothery ACAs to measure awareness and compliance with ACA guidelines - less than 250 residents / landlords to contact.

Mot (69)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Built Environment and Placemaking Section: Add the bullet,'Review the existing boundaries of Architectural Conservation Areas' to the Built Environment and Placemaking section.

Mot (70)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That pursuant to Sustainable Development Goal 11, the Plan will provide for the making of retrospective improvements in terms of placemaking, environment and amenity in disadvantaged areas.

Mot (71)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Built Environment and Placemaking Section: Add the bullet,'Using the case of the purchase by SDCC of properties in the vicinity of the Round Tower in Clondalkin to create the Round Tower Heritage Centre as a template, instigate the purchase of strategic buildings and car parks in the villages of the county that can be used to improve placemaking and make pedestrianization easier to implement'. To the Built Environment and Placemaking section.

Mot (72)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Development Plan commits the Council to the provision of additional arts, culture and performing arts facilities in the County, taking account of transport links.

Mot (73)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Built Environment and place making: That the County Development Plan shall recognise, and make provision for, the need for suitable accommodation for older people, who may wish to downsize from both private and social homes, into the community in which they have lived for years, and where their family and friends live.

Mot (74)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the County Development Plan includes a special provision for older people accommodation to provide for those who wish to down-size, both from private and from social homes 

Mot (75)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

This Council agrees that it should be a core principle of this Development Plan that build heights in the County be, where possible, consistent with existing build heights in already established housing areas.

Mot (76)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Development Plan has regard for all villages within the county when it comes to allocation of resources - and looks favourably on the consolidation of new village centres.

Mot (77)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That it will be a core aim of this Development Plan to review the current planning framework around Palmerstown Village so as ensure a more appropriate and sustainable approach to the future development of Palmerstown Village including all currently undeveloped sites

Mot (78)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council adopts as a core policy of this Development Plan the need for appropriate policies, objectives and actions to promote and enhance the commercial viability, residential amenity and heritage of Lucan Village, including improved linkages to the Greater Lucan area and increased permeability throughout the village and immediate environs including the provision of improved cycling facilities and management of vehicular traffic through the village

Mot (79)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Built Environment and Placemaking · To reflect the historic built heritage of the county, all developments must be given names that reflect the local and historical context of their siting and must include the use of the Irish Language. 30% of all new residential developments must be named exclusively in the Irish Language.

Mot (80)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Go ndéanfadh an Plean Forbartha ráiteas faoi leith ar na tacaí gur féidir cur ar fáil d'iarratais ó phobail sa Chontae do stádas mar Líonraí Gaeilge. That the Development Plan make specific mention of the supports that it would put in place to enable application for Líonra Gaeilge status for communities in the County.

Mot (81)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That neighbourhoods are adapted to enable periods of 'stay at home', 'work at home' and safe individual outdoor exercise is designed into all schemes of >50 apartments.

Mot (82)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Development Plan continues to offer protection to the lands in the environs of the 12th Lock in Lucan and with particular regard to the Clonburris SDZ seeks to maintain the character and heritage of this area during any future development

Mot (83)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To raise The Poddle over ground in the TTC area ( location to be scoped) and to make it a central feature of the town centre. This would enhance the public realm of the emerging town centre hugely.

Mot (84)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Development Plan addresses the need to ensure the sustainability of rural communities in terms of planning and provides more flexibility.

Mot (85)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Development Plan noting the challenges presented by the current lack of housing supply and cognisant of the levels of care available at home seeks to look favourably on applications to modify, sub divide or extend existing houses in the County.

Mot (86)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the County Development Plan ensures that new street signage is reflective of the addresses used in the Register of Electors.

Mot (87)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Development Plan commits the Council to the provision of Heritage and History trail information as part of the rollout of the Draft Signage Strategy, which would provide history on various district centres and townlands in the County, including background on placenames etc.

Mot (88)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this council extend the ACA area in Tallaght village to include St Mary's schoolhouse - which was cut off from the traditional village streetscape by the creation of the new road & crossroads at Main Road & Main Street & New Greenhills Road.

Mot (89)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this council create a new ACA to the South to include Goose Park & TJ Burns cottages on the Old Bawn Road

Mot (90)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To request a small fund be made available each year to each ACA for approved conservation projects

Mot (91)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
 

That this Development Plan, if not already done, extends the Architectural Conservation Area in Lucan to include Weirview.

Mot (92)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Design and fund area specific public art projects for the seven towns of South Dublin County.

Mot (93)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To define and fund a Public Art Project for Tallaght that captures specifically and only Tallaght heritage, historical people, traditions and events for our streets and parks.

Mot (94)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council directs the Chief Executive to require in the new Development Plan that the densities of new residential developments do not exceed those outlined in the 2009 Government guidelines on 'Sustainable Residential Development in Urban Areas'.

Mot (95)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To include the following strategic direction in the Development Plan: To preserve the distinct identities of the outlying settlements of South Dublin, this County Council will develop and adopt new Local Area Plans for Newcastle, Rathcoole and Saggart with extensive public consultation.

Mot (96)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Development Plan mandates the creation of a Local Area Plan for Palmerstown to address traffic management issues in the area, and to ensure the protection and promotion of Palmerstown Village as a heritage village.

Mot (97)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That any future development of both residential and/or commercial developments in Tallaght village and those areas adjacent to Tallaght village, shall not be higher than or in excess of 4 to 6 stories in height as a maximum, with clear transitions to traditional bungalows and 2 storey buildings.

Mot (98)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Built Environment and Placemaking · To promote the daily use of the Irish Language within the county in consultation with Irish language community groups

Mot (99)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

For the completion of a museum/heritage centre for the county town of Tallaght within the lifetime of the next County Development Plan

Mot (100)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the review of the Heritage Plan includes not just a listing of all historic buildings and structures in the county but also where possible historic placenames and lore through engagement with local residents and historians.

Mot (101)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council delivers on the SLO to install animal grids in Cunard and Piperstown from the last CDP and set a completion date to aid in the retention of the character of our rural communities.

Mot (102)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Development Plan commits the Council to ensure all public housing built by the Council during the plan is built to a standard of high quality, thus minimising the need for accelerated maintenance in the short-term after construction.

Mot (103)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Built Environment and Placemaking Section: Given the amount of rainfall in Ireland add the sentence,'Include outdoor covered areas in public spaces' to the bullet,'Promote a high standard of building and urban design, creating public spaces that are distinctive, safe and accessible and facilitate social and cultural diversity and interaction.'

Climate Action and Energy

Motions

Mot (104)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

25. Page 80 CE Recommendations Bullet point 1 amend as follows Support and encourage energy initiatives throughout the life of the plan 

Mot (105)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Climate Action and Energy: That this Council shall actively support existing and emerging Sustainable Energy Communities and projects.

Mot (106)

Submitted by:
Councillor M. Johansson
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

In the section on Climate Action and Energy to add the following sentence: "Ensure that new developments with the potential for the supply and receipt of district heating are designed to accommodate a district heating network."

Mot (107)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Climate Action and Energy · To ensure that the redevelopment of brownfield sites and former industrial land is just and that opportunities are created for workers within the county to benefit from a just transition to a carbon-free future.

Mot (108)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Climate Action and Energy · To ensure that industrial and commercial development in the county is underpinned by a commitment to achieving carbon neutrality.

Mot (109)

Submitted by:
Councillor M. Johansson
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Under the section on Climate Action and Energy to add the following sentence: Ensure that high employment density development is prioritised and promoted in line with the compact growth strategy.

Mot (110)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the County Development Plan seeks to build on the success of the Tallaght District Heating System by rolling this scheme out further in the County.

Mot (111)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That this Development Plan mandate the Council to investigate the potential for small-scale hydro-power from the Liffey and the Dodder, given the role played by these rivers in driving water wheels and turbines.

Mot (112)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the Chief Executive, in the section Economic Development and Employment makes it a strategic objective to attract renewable energy companies and others working in sectors providing solutions to minimise carbon emissions.

Mot (113)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

 That the Chief Executive makes it a strategic objective that all new residential builds and retrofitted Council housing stock have solar panels and battery storage included and that apartment blocks shall not be exempt, any power generated being used to reduce bills for residents.

Mot (114)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the Chief Executive, in the section Economic Development and Employment makes it a policy objective that any new build industries setting up in the county must be carbon-neutral in their operations, must include solar PV arrays on their roofs and that no more than 30% of this can come from carbon offsetting.

Mot (115)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Page 103 CE Recommendations Bullet 1 amend as follows Review the forthcoming 'Dublin Regional EV Charging Strategy' when completed and report its finding back to the councillors and support the delivery of electrical car charging infrastructure. 

Mot (116)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Climate Action and Energy: That this Council works with the Government/SEAI to provide grants to upgrade BER rating, which results in less energy being required to heat homes.

Mot (117)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

24. Page 71 CE Recommendations Bullet point 6 amend as follows Ensure that the surface water management and flood risk measures are renewed annually are considered as part of the climate mitigation and adaption and aim to review flood risk assessment on regular basis throughout the lifetime of the plan as we continue to combat climate change 

Community Services

Motions

Mot (118)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Community Services Section: Add the following bullet : Continue the installation of Teenspaces, Playspaces, Skateparks and other similar public outdoor recreation sites for youth.

Mot (119)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Community Services: That this Council promotes amenities for teens/young people, such as youth clubs, coding, gamer clubs, skateboarding, drama, music, BMX tracks.

Mot (120)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

10. Page 31 Community Services Bullet point 1 amend as follows Support policies and objectives that protect and enhance existing community resources and support the development and expansion of new and existing facilities and services in proximity to the populations they serve where their need is identified, and resources allow. 

Mot (121)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

11. Page 31 Community Services Bullet point 2 amend as follows Consider the inclusion of new infrastructure projects, including parks and ,open spaces and youth community cafes/internet cafes in the Development Plan and their inclusion into any revised development contribution scheme subject to the necessary statutory process. 

Mot (122)

Submitted by:
Councillor Carly Bailey
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this County Development Plan will support policies and objectives that protect and enhance existing community resources and support the development and expansion of new facilities and services in tandem with any new development, and to ensure that an intersectional lens be applied to the planning and provision of such infrastructure and facilities to take account of all those who live, work and study in the county in order to promote safe, inclusive and participatory communities for all.

Mot (123)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Development Plan prioritise the provision of community facilities, especially for areas which are underserved in terms of population.

Mot (124)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Council prioritises the development of open spaces, play spaces and public parks in new developments and that the Development Plan is created in accordance with this objective.

Mot (125)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Council directs the Chief Executive to ensure the protection of existing open green spaces in our County, including the protection of all playing pitches on open green spaces; and to generally limit any new non-recreational development on currently-zoned open green spaces.

Mot (126)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

MOTION: COMMUNITY SERVICES 31 Add the clause in red and underscored to the third Bullet point 'Prepare a social infrastructure audit which will inform policy on infrastructure within the County and which identifies and quantifies sustainable and desirable open and public space'.

Mot (127)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

12. Page 31 Community Services add in Bullet point under no. 2 as follows • Review and update the existing Community and Sports audit. 

Mot (128)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Community Services: That this Council considers providing local community hubs where people could work remotely, in comfort, rather than undergoing a lengthy and arduous commute.

Mot (129)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That there is an objective in the CDP to Support resource centres for families and work with relevant agencies to source suitable sites for same.

Mot (130)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Development Plan makes a specific objective of including 'Changing Places' facilities in all community and county buildings being newly constructed or refurbished during the lifetime of this Development Plan.

Mot (131)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That there is an objective within the CDP to Promote Autism friendly spaces in all council buildings and parks.

Mot (132)

Submitted by:
Councillor Carly Bailey
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To develop an evidence-based strategy, including aims, targets, timelines and a holistic evaluation process that looks to better understand the needs of communities that live in areas categorised as 'disadvantaged' and 'very disadvantaged' and to establish a plan to include goals and targeted measures that will help reduce social exclusion, marginalisation and poverty.

Mot (133)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That SDCC policy as part of this Development Plan will include provision whereby new play parks in the County will be designed to include equipment and or facilities for children with disabilities.

Mot (134)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Community Services: That sensory play units and accessible changing places be provided in our public buildings, particularly our libraries.

Mot (135)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Community Services: That sensory play areas and play trails be provided in our parks, and that all play spaces have communication boards and designated play hours for children with additional needs.

Mot (136)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Development plan seeks where possible to promote the co-location of creche/early years and early learning facilities on exiting or to be built educational facilities.

Mot (137)

Submitted by:
Councillor C. O'Connor ,Councillor D. O'Donovan,Councillor E. Murphy,Councillor E. O'Brien,Councillor Shane Moynihan,Councillor T. Costello,Councillor T. Gilligan,Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Development plan promotes the concept of shared community/sporting facilities and provides for, where possible, such facilities in new build areas.

Mot (138)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive, as a strategic objective, ensures that all new school builds must have full size playing pitches adjacent and that the Council will look at the option of taking ownership and managing same in a partnership arrangement to facilitate community access and maximum use.

Mot (139)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

MOTION: SERVICES p 31 Add the clause in red and underscored to the fourth Bullet point 'Continue to work in collaboration with the Department of Education on all matters relating to the identification of suitable sited and the Department's delivery of new and extended schools and supporting facilities within the County and in all cases to maximise opportunities for shared common facilities with and for the benefit of the local community.'

Mot (140)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

13. Page 31 Community Services Bullet point 4 amend as follows Continue to work in collaboration with the Department of Education on all matters relating to the identification of suitable sites and the Department's delivery of new and extended schools and supporting facilities by delivering adequate outdoor facilities including outdoor toilet facilities to cater for multi-use (school and community) facilities.

Mot (141)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Development Plan make provision for the provision of an upgraded AstroTurf facility for use by communities in North Clondalkin, potentially in partnership with DDLETB and Collinstown Sport Complex.

Mot (142)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Development Plan maximise the number of structured sports facilities, with regard to the diversity of sports clubs in the County and that these facilities be appropriate for those sports.

Mot (143)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this County Development Plan provides for a running track and athletics facility for the use by local athletics clubs in Tymon Park to support the increased number of people within the county taking up running and athletics.

Mot (144)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan strategically reflects the pressing need for the development of a swimming pool with leisure facilities for the greater Firhouse, Rathfarnham, Knocklyon areas.

Mot (145)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Development Plan commits to providing a dedicated sporting centre in Whitechurch Estate which could be used by local sports clubs including Whitechurch Boxing Club, Wanderers GAA Club, Ballyboden and other local clubs. Ideally it would comprise a boxing ring, changing and shower facilities and storage facilities for local clubs.

Mot (146)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive, as a strategic objective in the light of changing climate, targets a doubling of all-weather multi-use sports pitches during the lifetime of the next Development Plan and that planning applications providing for same in areas designated amenity or open space be permitted in principle.

Mot (147)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan puts a particular emphasis on the delivery of astro-pitches for sports clubs across the county. 

Mot (148)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan includes a plan for utilising Tallaght Stadium as a concert venue 

Mot (149)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

MOTION:COMMUNITY SERVICES p 31 In the first Bullet point, replace the last three words (and resources allow) with those in red and underscored 'Support policies and objectives that protest and enhance existing community resources and support the development and expansion of new facilities and services in proximity to the population they serve where their need is identified and procure the funds to deliver them within the lifetime of this plan.

Mot (150)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Community Services: That this Council collaborates with the Department of Education in relation to the provision of badly needed ASD resources in existing and new schools in the County, as appropriate.

Mot (151)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Community Services Section: Add the following bullet : Promote activities for communities that gather to communicate in languages other than English.

Mot (152)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Community Services · To ensure that existing schools and libraries can maintain the highest possible standard of service provision

Mot (153)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Development Plan seeks to maximise the limited space available for sports through sports partnerships.

Mot (154)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Development Plan makes a specific objective to include provision of columbarium walls in all Council-operated cemeteries over the course of the plan.

Mot (155)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this council carries out a proactive services assessment : Tallaght hospital, Tallaght Gardai and Dublin Fire Brigade should be contacted and asked what additional resources they would need to safely service an additional 30K people over the next 15 years in Tallaght town centre area

Mot (156)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan provides for actions against scramblers.

Economic Development and Employment

Motions

Mot (157)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the County Development Plan seeks to promote South Dublin County Council as a location for tech companies to establish and grow in 

Mot (158)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Economic Development and Employment: That the Council supports the businesses in our towns and villages to ensure that our villages remain vibrant and lively resources for our area.

Mot (159)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the Development Plan include appropriate polices and objectives aimed at supporting and developing indoor and outdoor tourism and recreational amenities in the County.

Mot (160)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the County Development Plan seeks to maximise the tourism potential of our natural amenities such as weirs, canals, rivers and waterways 

Mot (161)

Submitted by:
Councillor C. O'Connor ,Councillor D. O'Donovan,Councillor E. Murphy,Councillor E. O'Brien,Councillor Shane Moynihan,Councillor T. Costello,Councillor T. Gilligan,Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

This Council agrees that it is a policy of the County Development Plan to support and facilitate the delivery of Enterprise Centre's and Shared Services Centres at appropriate locations in the County.

Mot (162)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Economic Development and Employment Section: Introduce a new bullet as follows : Acknowledging how out of town shopping centres have reduced economic activity in village centres accross the county, support economic activities such as street markets and outdoor seating that can regenerate footfall and economic activity in village centres.

Mot (163)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Economic Development and Employment: That this Council shall promote the multi-use of Council stadia and other Council venues, where appropriate, in an inclusive and diverse manner encompassing gatherings such as concerts, exhibitions and conferences.

Mot (164)

Submitted by:
Councillor Carly Bailey
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That this County Development Plan will promote development which offers higher levels of employment opportunity and which recognises that there are finite lands within South Dublin.

Mot (165)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Economic Development and Employment: That this Council shall support, when it is safe to do so, festivals, particularly off season festivals, as a key driver for tourism growth.

Mot (166)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Economic Development and Employment Section: As there are no Public Rights of Way in SDCC change the bullet, 'Review and update existing policies and objectives to support the protection and promotion of public rights of way in the county.' to ' Map and list public rights of way across the county as part of the development plan process.'

Mot (167)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

MOTION: ECOMOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYMENT p 34 Add the words in red and underscored to the final Bullet point 'Review and update existing policies and objectives to identify, map, record and support the protection and promotion of (these) public rights of way in the County within the lifetime of this plan.'

Mot (168)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

 That the Chief Executive as a strategic objective designates a waterway economic development strategy for towns and villages on major rivers, including Palmerstown for example which would be an excellent hub for blueway tourism.

Mot (169)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the Chief Executive implements as a strategic objective of the new Development Plan the provision of incubation enterprise hubs and shared workspaces in the vicinity of each local centre in the County as well as the provision of shared work and community spaces for every cumulative development of 300 residential units, this being possible to amalgamate into larger units for every 1,000 homes in areas of high density adjacent to QBCs, rail, or tramways.

Mot (170)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That this Council provides in this Development Plan for the continued orderly expansion of enterprise zoned lands, particularly in the Grange Castle/Profile Park area, so as to ensure the ongoing attraction of foreign direct investment to our County.

Mot (171)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the County Development Plan seeks to establish an Equine International Centre of Excellence in South Dublin.

Mot (172)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the County Development Plan seeks to deliver a Glampsite within the County on public land 

Mot (173)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the County Development Plan seeks to develop a tourist village in Firhouse as part of the wider tourism strategy promoting the Hell Fire Club

Mot (174)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

The county development plan provides for a media park. 

Mot (175)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Economic Development and Employment Section: Move the bullet, Review and update existing policies and objectives to support the protection and promotion of public rights of way in the county.' out of the section, Economic Development and Employment, to a more appropriate section or justify its inclusion there.

Mot (176)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Economic Development and Employment · To discourage the construction of data centres in the county due to their impact on the climate and their low ratio of employment to space

Mot (177)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That a Specific Local Objective be attached to land as outlined in red to facilitate leisure, recreation, outdoor activities, sporting pursuits centre, accommodation and tourism development at Woodtown Manor House and Land, Stocking Lane, Rathfarnham Subject to due consideration being given to ensuring sensitive design, the conservation of the historical, architectural and archaeological features of the existing buildings and land.

Mot (178)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

Following on from the development of The Edge engage with Partas to scope what other opportunities for collaboration exist across their Tallaght enterprise centres to expand their premises and services as one specific mitigant to the displacement / loss of employment in Cookstown, Airton etc.

Mot (179)

Submitted by:
Councillor Carly Bailey
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

To develop an evidence-based strategy, including aims, targets, timelines and a holistic evaluation process to consider how best to establish co-working and study facilities, digital hubs/eHubs, eWorking centres and other work-from-home/work-from-community options throughout the county.

Mot (180)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the Chief Executive, in the section Economic Development and Employment makes it a policy objective that at least 50 per cent of areas surrounding industrial buildings be covered with native trees rather than grass or concrete.

Mot (181)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That this Council supports South Dublin as a Fair Trade County and this is stated in the County Development Plan

Sustainable Movement

Motions

Mot (182)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Sustainable Movement: That this Council shall ensure that cycle paths and walkways are joined up and safely maintained to a high standard to ensure maximum usage.

Mot (183)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

7. Page 30 Roads Bullet point 2 amend as follows Support measures that will help manage road traffic across the County by carrying out regular traffic and road network assessments throughout the lifetime of the plan

Mot (184)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Sustainable Movement Section: Change 'rail' to 'intercity rail and suburban rail' in the bullet,' Support the delivery and improvement of public transport infrastructure and services across the County including BusConnects, rail and LUAS in terms of connections, capacity, and efficiency of services in line with national and regional policy.' [It could also be argued that BusConnects is merely a branding and so should be changed to 'Bus Corridors' and that LUAS may not be the only type of tram possible, so should be changed to 'tram' but this is not important.]

Mot (185)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

4. Page 28 Walking and Cycling Bullet point 3 amend as follows Support the delivery of a sustainable movement study and the Cycle South Dublin Strategy to promote permeable and compact communities with access to amenities, business, schools, employment and retail areas and to improve mobility. 

Mot (186)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan sets the goal of delivering a Grand Canal Greenway to Hazelhatch.

Mot (187)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

This Development Plan prioritises the completion of the Grand Canal Greenway between the 12th Lock and Hazel Hatch

Mot (188)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Sustainable Movement · To develop links between the county and other Local Authorities that enable cycling and active travel through the completion of the Grand Canal Greenway and the redevelopment of the Silver Bridge and the Liffey Valley

Mot (189)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Development Plan commit the Council to the development of an inter-country greenway via the Silver Bridge, which would enable connection between Fingal and South Dublin and Dublin City.

Mot (190)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan ensures that the delivery of cycle ways do not create traffic backlogs at junctions such as roundabout, and are constructed in a way that both protects cyclists and pedestrians whilst ensuring traffic progression 

Mot (191)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan sets a target of installing a new, modern, bike racks in each of our villages.

Mot (192)

Submitted by:
Councillor M. Johansson
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

In the section on Sustainable Movement -Walking and Cycling to amend the sentence: "Support the delivery of a comprehensive network for safe cycling over the lifetime of the new plan including the delivery of new projects and the upgrade of the existing network and identify specific projects for delivery where possible." to: "Support the delivery of a comprehensive network for safe cycling over the lifetime of the new plan, with an emphasis on segregated cycle lanes, including the delivery of new projects and the upgrade of the existing network and identify specific projects for delivery where possible."

Mot (193)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Sustainable Movement · To promote active travel in all new residential developments by means of ensuring safe walking and cycling facilities in any design submitted for approval

Mot (194)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

MOTION: ROADS p 30 Add clause in red and underscored to the first Bullet point 'Seek to implement the provision of the Design Manual for Urban Roads and Streets (as updated) in relation to the delivery of safe streets and overall best practice and design and promote the principle of filtered permeability prioritising residents, pedestrians and cyclists.

Mot (195)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

5. Page 28 Walking and Cycling Bullet point 4 amend as follows Support the delivery of a comprehensive network for safe safer cycling over the lifetime of the new plan including the delivery of new projects and the upgrade existing network, implementing a new maintenance/cleansing programme and identify specific projects for delivery where possible.

Mot (196)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan includes a strategic objective for the new western orbital link road to initially connect the N7 to the N4 (west of Lucan or Leixlip); and ultimately to connect to the N3; and to further consult with the Land Use Planning & Transportation SPC on this matter.

Mot (197)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive, as a strategic objective, prioritises plans for a western orbital single lane road west of Newcastle, that would also serve as an outer ring road for a 1km stretch, incorporating public transport and cycle corridors that in consultation with transport agencies and neighbouring counties will link up with the N3 west of Leixlip and Dunboyne, this to go no farther than the Adamstown Link Road until a further route is planned that avoids damaging the amenity at Lucan Demesne and St Catherine's Park.

Mot (198)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Council directs the Chief Executive to include an updated objective in the new Development Plan for a strategic new western orbital link road to initially connect the N7 to the N4 (west of Lucan or Leixlip); and ultimately to connect to the N3 am to include a desire line on the plan for the preferred route agreed by this Council

Mot (199)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That this Council agrees a review of current access points to and from the N4 and N7 as part of the Development Plan process

Mot (200)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

8. Page 30 Roads Bullet point 4 amend as follows Investigate the need for road infrastructure where it is required, implement a policy to carry out necessary assessments of existing and new roads to support the delivery of compact growth. 

Mot (201)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive makes it a strategic objective to provide walking access to the Liffey Valley from the border with Dublin City Council to the border with Kildare through acquisitions and access deals with landowners.

Mot (202)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive, under the section Infrastructure and Utilities makes a strategic objective to facilitate a suitable corridor for a Luas to Lucan and has regard to same in the designation of potential routes in consultation with the NTA so that no developments that would hinder such a route would be permitted during the lifetime of this Development Plan.

Mot (203)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan provides for the LUAS to Lucan.

Mot (204)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Sustainable Movement: That this Council shall promote the creation and maintenance of a proper public transport infrastructure throughout the county, to include the continuation of the Metrolink to Dublin South West, the Luas to Lucan, and more orbital CBCs.

Mot (205)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Development plan provides where possible for the provision of land to be kept for the possible expansion of existing rail facilities in the County and inclusion of new rail and light rail facilities within the County

Mot (206)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan provides for adequate public transport to Clonburris Strategic Development Zone 

Mot (207)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

MOTION:SUSTAINALBE MOVEMENT Public Transport General p 28, Add words in red and underscored to final Bullet point 'Facilitate Rural and Urban transport services that provide for social and economic connectivity between small villages, urban conurbations and larger towns within the County and support the delivery and enhancement of the NTAs Local Link Rural Transport Programme.

Mot (208)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

This Council agrees that it will be a core objective of this Development Plan to increase public transport links and permeability around existing and future rail links.

Mot (209)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

21. Page 48 CE Recommendations Bullet point 1 amend as follows Support and enable the delivery of transport project plans at national, regional and local level where appropriate and where resources allow  -  Remove the words 'where resources allow'.

Mot (210)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Sustainable Movement · Promote a modal shift away from car ownership in brownfield development sites

Mot (211)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

 That the Chief Executive makes it a strategic objective to provide for on-street electric car charging points in existing and new communities, aimed at meeting demand at the end of the lifetime of the Development Plan, in line with Government targets.

Mot (212)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the Chief Executive as part of a strategic objective to reach net zero carbon levels in the County, makes it a condition that all apartment buildings with underground car parks facilitate the charging of electric cars by residents at a domestic tariff, similar to people living in houses who can install charge points outside their homes or use a cable directly from the home.

Mot (213)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Roads: Review and seek to improve the issue of on-street car parking in housing estates to eliminate the road safety and social issues they present

Mot (214)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

MOTION: Councillors Guss O'Connell, Paul Gogarty, Liona O'Toole CAR PARKING p 28, Add a new Bullet point after the first one 'Plan for transient car parking in new residential developments that will bridge the time between the delivery of development and an adequate public transport system that will replace private transport.'

Mot (215)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Sustainable Movement: That adequate car parking facilities, to include disabled parking spots, shall be provided at public parks to encourage park visits, whilst avoiding overflow into neighbouring estates.

Mot (216)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

23. Page 49 CE Recommendation Bullet point 7 amend as follows Review policy and standards on the provision of car parking provision in new developments across the county. The review to examine maintaining adequate car parking spaces in areas that have insufficient public transport and in newer developments provide for full size car parks spaces for all units until the necessary public transport infrastructure has been provided and to redesign the car park spaces into community use. 

Mot (217)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

6. Page 29 Public Transport: General Add in new Bullet point as follows • To support and facilitate school bus transport throughout the County 

Mot (218)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

The County Development Plan will, when considering planning decisions for new schools or extensions for existing schools, ensure adequate provision for set down areas within the school development, to allow for the ease of access to and from the school to reduce the traffic congestion for surrounding communities

Mot (219)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

The County Development plan will seek to ensure safe cycling routes are incorporated into all future school developments and extensions to existing schools to promote safe cycling to and from schools

Mot (220)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

9. Page 30 Airports amend as follows Review and support ALL safety requirements of each airport/aerodromes located within the County, work with other local authorities and ensure that a balanced approach is taken to aircraft noise management pollution with the recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and other relevant stakeholders. 

Mot (221)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

22. Page 49 CE Recommendations Bullet point 4 amend as follows Seek to encourage walking and cycling by improving the walking and cycling environment and introducing a new cycle maintenance and cleansing programme

Mot (222)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That that an outer ring road be made a SLO in the CDP be put in for an outer ring road in Newcastle.

Mot (223)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive, under the relevant sections, makes it a strategic objective to prohibit any large scale housing developments that would be directly accessed off the N4 or N7, including slip roads in the interests of road safety and sustainability.

Mot (224)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Anne Hyland

That the Development Plan will make provision for a grade-separated junction between the R148 and Kennelsfort Road, in the interests of maximising the effectiveness of the Lucan Core Bus Corridor and connecting the communities of Palmerstown.

Mot (225)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive recognises the strategic value of the Liffey Valley and its hinterlands and, in the absence of a national extension of the Special Amenity Area Order ensures that all areas designated amenity, agriculture or open space be retained as such during the lifetime of this development plan and that no roadways be planned across the Liffey with the exception of tunnels.

Mot (226)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan explores the feasibility of the extension of the LUAS to Firhouse, Ballycullen, Knocklyon and Ballyboden.

Mot (227)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan provides for the extension of Luas through Firhouse to provide greater access to the Dublin Mountains / Hellfire Club 

Mot (228)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan provides for the accommodation of the Metro South West and is supportive of a feasibility study for the Metro South West Project.

Mot (229)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To actively promote and encourage more investment in improved and extended rail transport infrastructure throughout the county and to prioritise the importance of rail transport over buses in terms of both sustainability of development and our climate change obligations.

Mot (230)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan makes provisions for eSkooters 

Mot (231)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That South Dublin County Council becomes the Local Authority leader in rolling out universal electric charging points. 

Mot (232)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan sets 2022 as the target for the opening of Kishogue Rail Station.

Mot (233)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Development Plan specify an opening date for Kishoge and Clonburris Train stations.

Natural Heritage and Biodiversity

Motions

Mot (234)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Natural Heritage and Biodiversity: That this Council includes a list of existing Tree Preservation Orders in the development plan, together with a link providing more information in connection with same.

Mot (235)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Natural Heritage and Biodiversity Section: Acknowledging the following bullet 'Develop policies and objectives within the Draft Plan that reflect the objectives of the National Biodiversity Action Plan 2017-2021, or subsequent plans' add the following bullet to the same section,' Develop policies and objectives within the Draft Plan that reflect the objectives of the National Pollinator Plan 2015-2020, and subsequent plans'.

Mot (236)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

14. Page 32 Natural Heritage and Biodiversity Bullet point 3 amend as follows Continue to reflect and protect the objectives of the Liffey Valley Amenity Order through relevant zoning and other objectives within the Plan seeking to increase access where appropriate and feasible. 

Mot (237)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Create a county tree nursery in the County town, the Friarstown allotments or Killinarden hill lands could be suitable. Local engagement with schools could assist in embedding a strong value in trees and to be supportive of their planting across communities.

Mot (238)

Submitted by:
Councillor Alan Edge
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That greater use is made of both tree mapping and tree preservation orders backed up with more rigorous enforcement of the protections given to trees and hedgerows.

Mot (239)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Natural Heritage and Biodiversity: That this Council considers planting "pocket forests" in tracts of open grassland. These are mini urban forests of native woodland which act as an oasis for biodiversity.

Mot (240)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive makes it a strategic objective to protect and enhance native woodlands, including identified developing woodlands of 10,000 trees or more and that any development on such lands be prohibited.

Mot (241)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

16. Page 32 Natural and Biodiversity Bullet point 7 amend as follows Ensure the Development Plan provides for appropriate protection of trees and hedgerows, where possible, recognising their value and importance to our natural heritage, biodiversity and climate action and encourage maintain and increase tree planting in appropriate locations and introduce new policy for the inclusion of environmentally friendly planting in high density developments. 

Mot (242)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

MOTION:  NATURAL HERITAGE AND BIODIVERSITY p 32,Add the word in red and underscored to the second last Bullet point, 'Ensure that the Development Plan provides for appropriate protection of trees and hedgerows, flora and fauna, where possible, recognising their value to our natural heritage, biodiversity and climate action and encourage tree planting, where possible native species, in appropriate places and identify and include an active role for the ongoing involvement of local residents who express an interest in furthering these objectives.

Mot (243)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the County Development Plan protects areas that are rich in bio-diversity as well as areas of ecological and environmental significance, in particular areas within Council ownership 

Mot (244)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Natural Heritage and Biodiversity · To protect areas currently zoned as other than recreational that have become habitats for biodiversity through natural processes

Mot (245)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Natural Heritage and Biodiversity · To expand the areas managed for biodiversity in public parks and in green areas throughout the county

Mot (246)

Submitted by:
Councillor Carly Bailey
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Protect and enhance the natural heritage and biodiversity of the county and develop policies and objectives to at least reflect the objectives of the National Biodiversity Action Plan 2017-2021, or subsequent plans and to go above and beyond such plans where resources are available.

Mot (247)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Natural Heritage and Biodiversity · To ensure the protection of habitats for biodiversity throughout the county by including new and existing designated areas of interest in the Green Infrastructure

Mot (248)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Natural Heritage and Biodiversity: That this Council puts measures in place to support and protect the riparian verges which run alongside our rivers, and which allow the migration of species along the river corridors. This is where the bugs live which feed the fish, birds and mammals which make up the ecosystem of the river. Protecting the riparian verges can increase flora and fauna which in turn, increases biodiversity and biomass. These measures may also attract red listed species like kingfishers and otters.

Mot (249)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

MOTION:  NATURAL HERITAGE AND BIODIVERSITY p 32, Add the words in red and underscored to the third Bullet point, 'Continue to reflect and protect the objectives of the Liffey Valley Special Amenity Protection Order through relevant zoning and other objectives within the Plan seeking to increase access where appropriate and feasible and to proactively pursue the acquisition of lands to public control. '

Mot (250)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Council investigates the feasibility of extending the current Liffey Valley Special Amenity Order Area with particular regard to incorporating the lands known as the Demense in the Special Amenity Order Area

Mot (251)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. O'Brien
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this Council reaffirms it's commitment to the protection of the Liffey Valley and directs the Chief Executive, at a strategic level: - to retain the existing 'I' zoning objective in the new Development Plan: - to ensure the ongoing restriction of any inappropriate developments or land-use; - where possible to designate lands within the area as publicly owned parkland and to make efforts to acquire lands which could incorporated into such parkland - to include relevant policy objectives to facilitate the delivery of a Liffey Valley greenway - to seek to identify and mark preferred new pedestrian routes and footbridge locations on Development Plan maps, including on private-owned lands which could be developed as 'permissive routes' - to include a core aim to create a regional park on the existing Liffey Valley lands

Mot (252)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Chief Executive, in the section Built Environment and Placemaking and/or Natural Heritage and Biodiversity (whichever is most applicable) makes it a strategic objective to plant suitable fruit trees in the public realm as well as allocate a proportion of green space for community gardens and additional biodiversity spaces to complement the work being done under the National Pollinator Plan.

Mot (253)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That this council produce and monitor a plan to restore and manage the Tallaght wetlands, collaborate with local experts.

Mot (254)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

15. Page 32 Natural Heritage and Biodiversity Bullet point 6 amend as follows To review the Tree Preservation Order and Special Local Objective policy, include a list of existing Tree Preservation Orders and Special Local Objectives in the Development Plan. 

Mot (255)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the green area south of the Naas Road, north of Kingswood Heights, west of the M50, east of the Belgard Road and adjoining the Red Cow Luas station zoning is retained as agriculture in anticipation of the Green Infrastructure Strategy for the County that identifies opportunities to develop the green network within the County from a habitat, biodiversity, and ecological perspective and as a means of addressing climate change adaptation and mitigation.

Mot (256)

Submitted by:
Councillor Liam Sinclair
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That areas currently zoned agricultural maintain this status in anticipation of the Green Infrastructure Strategy for the County that identifies opportunities to develop the green network within the County from a habitat, biodiversity, and ecological perspective and as a means of addressing climate change adaptation and mitigation.

Mot (257)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

Natural Heritage and Biodiversity: That this Council encourages and supports people to get involved in identifying and collecting data about the flora and fauna in our area. This data could be submitted to the national biodiversity data centre app.

Mot (258)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

That the Development Plan identify areas of waste ground in the possession of the Council and make provision for them to be used as biodiversity gardens.

Mot (259)

Submitted by:
Councillor T. Costello
Responsibility:
Siobhan Duff

To request that a project to research and produce a map of the County Town that shows the field names and farmlands in 1920 over the 2020 map of Tallaght.

Infrastructure and Utilities

Motions

Mot (260)

Submitted by:
Councillor Yvonne Collins
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Infrastructure and Utilities: To add in the following words at the end of bullet point 2 of the CE report "in as non-intrusive a manner as possible".

Mot (261)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

18. Page 33 Infrastructure and Utilities Bullet point 4 amend as follows Support the principal of the Circular economy, facilitate the provision of additional bring banks, examine the introduction of new types of bring banks and encourage additional recycling centres in community and retail centres to meet the growing population where a need is identified, and resources allow. 

Mot (262)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

19. Page 33 Infrastructure and Utilities Bullet point 9 amend as follows Ensure that new and improved measures to protect groundwater and drinking water sources are incorporated into the Development Plan. 

Mot (263)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Infrastructure and Utilities section: Add the following bullet : Promote and support the pro-active management of Air Pollution including the National Air Pollution Control Programme.

Mot (264)

Submitted by:
Councillor Peter Kavanagh
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

To include the following as strategic direction for the plan: Infrastructure and Utilities · To ensure that residential areas in the county enable residents to work from home if required

Mot (265)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

17. Page 32 Infrastructure and Utilities Bullet point 1 amend as follows Liaise with national infrastructure providers to co-ordinate, inform and influence the timely request advance provision of infrastructure for the sustainable development of the County 

Mot (266)

Submitted by:
Councillor G. O'Connell,Councillor L. O'Toole,Councillor P. Gogarty
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

20. Page 33 Infrastructure and Utilities Bullet new no. 12 amend as follows • To work alongside relevant stakeholders NTA,TII,EPA to promote and improve a safer noise protection infrastructure in line with population growth and traffic increase along our national road N4 and N7. 

Mot (267)

Submitted by:
Councillor B. Lawlor,Councillor Baby Pereppadan,Councillor David McManus,Councillor K. Egan,Councillor L. McCrave,Councillor S. O'Hara,Councillor V. Casserly
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the County Development Plan seeks to provide free WiFi in public parks and WiFi enabled benches in teen spaces 

Mot (268)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

That the Council rolls out the Big Belly Solar Bin project to the entire County under this Development Plan.

Mot (269)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Infrastructure and Utilities Section : Change the bullet,'Support the principle of the Circular economy, facilitate the provision of additional bring banks and recycling centres to meet the growing population where a need is identified, and resources allow' to 'Support the principle of the Circular economy by (i) facilitating the provision of additional bring banks and recycling centres to meet the growing population where a need is identified, and resources allow, (ii) as a condition of planning requiring the installing foul water systems in new housing and commercial developments that make it easier for waste water treatment plants to recyle phosphorous fertilizer (Peecycling), and (iii) support the installation of reverse vending machines to facilitate deposit return on cans, bottles and other items.

Mot (270)

Submitted by:
Councillor Eoin Ó Broin
Responsibility:
Stephen Willoughby

Infrastructure and Utilities Section: Move the bullet,'Facilitate the achievement of 'good status' in all waterbodies in compliance with the Water Framework Directive and associated river basin management plans in the county.' to the Natural Heritage and Biodiversity Section, and include the following phrase at the start of it : "By faithfully implementing the Nitrates Directive and other measures,..."

Miscellaneous

Motions

Mot (271)

Submitted by:
Councillor F. Timmons
Responsibility:
Hazel Craigie

That this council commits to greater public consulation and installs large signage when understaking significant road works or building works that the general public can see (See attached Picture) and that this commitment is put into the County Development Plan

Mot (272)

Submitted by:
Councillor E. Murphy
Responsibility:
Hazel Craigie

That this Council requests as part of the Development Plan that the CEO appoints a planning enforcement officer to actively monitor planning conditions of co-living developments started prior to the ban introduced by the Minister for Housing, to prevent any reduction in facilities in new and existing facilities.

Mot (273)

Submitted by:
Councillor Shane Moynihan
Responsibility:
Hazel Craigie

That the Development Plan will mandate increased the participation of residents and communities in the planning process through the provision of user friendly guides to planning law, regulations and the planning and pre-planning processes.

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