Dublin City Council opens Public Consultation on Royal Canal Greenway
Dublin City Council has opened its plans for Royal Canal cycleway for public consultation. The 10 million Euro project, which is part of the Dublin Galway greenway, aims to provide a cycle and pedestrian route from Ashtown to Dublin City along the route of the Royal Canal.
The project is being planned in 4 phases with the 1st phase (Guild Street to Sheriff Street Upper) already constructed. The other 3 phases consist of
- PHASE 2: SHERIFF STREET UPPER , DUBLIN 1 TO NORTH STRAND ROAD, DUBLIN 1
- PHASE 3: NORTH STRAND ROAD, DUBLIN 1 TO PHIBSBOROUGH ROAD, DUBLIN 7.
- PHASE 4: PHIBSBOROUGH ROAD, DUBLIN 7 TO ASHTOWN, DUBLIN 15
In addition, for all 3 Phases of the Scheme the proposed works includes the provision of new public lighting, CCTV, gateways to prevent inappropriate motor vehicle access and other ancillary services along the entire route. An Ecological Report and Built Heritage & Conservation Report has also been provided. Plans for the proposed development may be inspected for a period of 6 weeks from Thursday 28th May at the offices of Dublin City Council, Public Counter, Planning Department, Block 4, Ground Floor, Civic offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8 and at the following locations:
- Charleville Mall Library, Charleville Mall, North Strand, Dublin 1.
- Phibsborough Library, Royal Canal Bank, Phibsborough, Dublin 7
- Cabra Area Office, 97 New Cabra Road, Cabra, Dublin 7.
- Cabra Library, Navan Road, Cabra, Dublin 7
For more detailed see the Dublin City Council website:
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