Deansgrange Local Area Plan

The Deansgrange Local Area Plan was first adopted by the Council in June 2010. The lifetime of the Plan was subsequently extended for a further five years from June 2015.

Reports
Chief Executive's Report
Chief Executive's Report to Council 8th June 2015
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Resolution
Deansgrange LAP
Written Statement
Deansgrange Local Area Plan 2010
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Drawing Schedules
Drawing Schedule A - B
Drawing Schedule A - B
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Drawing Schedule C - D
Drawing Schedule C - D
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Drawing Schedule E - F
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Drawing Schedule G - H
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FAQ

The Planning Authority is now in the process of preparing a Draft Local Area Plan for Kiltiernan-Glenamuck.

 

Once this has been completed, the Draft LAP will be placed on display as part of a statutory public consultation process.

 

The pre-draft public consultation stage has now ended. 

 

There will be another opportunity to have your say during the public consultation on the Draft Local Area Plan.

A Local Area Plan is a 6 year plan, unless it is extended to 10 years.

After the public consultation, the planning authority prepared a Chief Executive's Report which was circulated to the Elected Members for their consideration.

The Elected Members then made the LAP, by way of a resolution, with minor amendments at a Special Council Meeting on the 10th October 2023. The LAP then came into effect, 6 weeks later, on Tuesday, 21st November 2023.

Each stage of the plan making process for a Local Area Plan is set out below (click to enlarge).

LAP Timeframe

 

A Local Area Plan does not contain development proposals, rather, it sets out policies and objectives to help guide any future development within an area.

 

A number of ‘site frameworks’ are set out in Chapter 2 of the Local Area plan that provide site specific parameters for future development.

 

All proposed development is subject to assessment by way of a planning application.

The Dundrum Local Area Plan was informed by an Area Based Transport Assessment (ABTA).

A number of the ABTA recommendations have been incorporated into the  LAP in the form of objectives that will facilitate future improvements to public transport, pedestrian movement, cycling provision and the road network in the area.  

The Dundrum Local Area Plan documents can be viewed in full:

  • on this webpage by expanding the 'Dundrum Local Area Plan 2023' banner.
  • In the Dundrum Council Offices Mon-Fri (except bank holidays) 9:30am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 4:30pm
  • County Hall Mon-Fri (excluding Bank Holidays) between 10.00a.m and 4.00p.m.
  • Upon request in any dlr library branch. Details of each library opening times are set out here.

Yes.

 

A hard copy of the Dundrum LAP can be viewed at the following locations:

  • Dundrum Council Offices,
  • County Hall, Dún Laoghaire, and
  • In all dlr library branches.

The webinar video is available to view on the Draft LAP webpage and on the dlr YouTube channel here.

 

The slides presented during the webinar are available to view under the Stages involved in the preparation of the Dundrum Local Area Plan list above or, the Draft LAP presentation can be viewed here and the ABTA presentation can be viewed here.

Your views helped shape the direction that the final Local Area Plan.

 

Your written submissions / observations were reviewed and summarised, and recommendations were made in response to them in a Chief Executive's Report.

 

This report was circulated to the Elected Members for their consideration in September 2023.

 

The Elected Members agreed to make the Local Area Plan, by way of a resolution, with minor amendments at a a Special Council Meeting on the 10th October 2023.

 

Thank you for taking the time to have your say in the process by making a written submission / observation and helping to shape the policy framework for your area.

The list of FAQs do not purport to be a legal interpretation of the Planning and Development Act 2000, (as amedned) and are simply for information purposes.

In the event that your query isn't addressed on this webpage, you can email us at: planningsecretariat@dlrcoco.ie.

There will be two information sessions where Council officials will be available to speak to in person. The information sessions are on the following dates:

  • Thursday 21st of September 2023 at Kilternan Centre, Enniskerry Road, D18 ET99 from 4.00p.m. - 8.00p.m.
  • Wednesday 11th of October 2023 at Kilternan Centre, Enniskerry Road, D18 ET99 from 4.00p.m. - 8.00p.m.

The pre-draft public consultation period runs from 12th September 2023 to 17th October 2023.

Yes.

 

A hard copy of the Issues Paper and Maps can be viewed at the following locations:

  • Dundrum Council Offices,
  • Planning Department, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire, and
  • In all dlr library branches.

The submission period for the Draft LAP closed on the 21st July 2023.

 

In the event that material amendments are made to the Draft LAP, further submissions will be invited at that stage.

The Draft public consultation stage is for a period of not less than 6 weeks. This ran from Thursday, 8th June 2023 - Friday, 21st July 2023.

In the event that material amendments are made to the Draft LAP, these will be placed on public display with submissions / observations invited for a period of not less than 4 weeks.

Council officials were available to speak to in person during our drop-in days which took place in the Dundrum Council Offices on:

  • Tuesday 27th June 10.30am – 12.30pm, and 2pm – 4pm
  • Thursday 6th July 4pm – 8pm.

In the event that your query isn't addressed on this webpage, you can email us at: planningsecretariat@dlrcoco.ie.

The list of FAQs do not purport to be a legal interpretation of the Planning and Development Act 2000, (as amedned) and are simply for information purposes.

A Local Area Plan (LAP) is a statutory document prepared by the Local Authority in accordance with the requirements of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended).

A LAP consists of a suite of policies and objectives to guide the development of an area for a period of 6 years.

 

A LAP sets out a land use strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development an area and consists of a written statement and maps indicating:

  • objectives for the zoning of land for the use solely or primarily of particular areas for particular purposes, or
  • other objectives in such detail as may be determined by the Planning Authority for the proper planning and sustainable development of the area to which it applies, including the objective of development of land on a phased basis and, detail on community facilities and amenities and on standards for the design of developments and structures.

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