Dublin City Council Consultations

Welcome to Dublin City Council's Consultation Hub. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you. Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, you can search for consultations by keyword, postal area , interests etc.

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Open Consultations

  • Part 8 Planning and Development Regulations 2001, as amended for Redevelopment of St Anne's Court, Raheny, Dublin 5

    Dublin City Council wishes to give notice that it has lodged a Planning Application under Part 8 of the Local Government Planning and Development Regulations 2001 for the development of a site at St. Anne’s Court, Raheny, Dublin 5. The present site at St. Anne’s Court consist of five two...

    Closes 14 March 2024

  • Finglas Village Improvement Scheme

    The Finglas Village Improvement Scheme is part of the Dublin City Council (DCC) core active travel network. It is cofunded by the National Transport Authority(NTA) and Dublin City Council (DCC) . The Finglas Village Improvement Scheme is a transformational scheme for Finglas...

    Closes 15 March 2024

  • Milltown Road- Dodder Walk to Dundrum Road Active Travel scheme

    Dublin City Council would like to invite the public to have their say on plans for the Milltown Road Active Travel Project, extending 1.0km from Dodder Walk to Dundrum Road. The scheme is one of the many projects being implemented as part of the City Council’s Active Travel Network. ...

    Closes 15 March 2024

  • Mansion House Universal Access Works Part 8

    Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given of Universal Access Works to the Mansion House, a Protected Structure and a Recorded Monument, situated in a Zone of Archaeological Potential and in the South City Retail Quarter Architectural Conservation Area. The proposed works...

    Closes 25 March 2024

  • Residential Zoned Land Tax Online Submission 2024

    The annual draft map has been prepared under Section 653C, as modified by Section 653M of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 and it was published on 1 February 2024 by Dublin City Council. The annual draft map identifies land that satisfies the relevant criteria and is to be subject to...

    Closes 31 May 2024

Closed Consultations

  • Book of Condolence - John Bruton

    The Lord Mayor of Dublin Daithí de Róiste has opened this online Book of Condolence: It is with great sadness that I learned of the death of former Taoiseach John Bruton. A man who was committed to peace and reconciliation on our Island, he contributed much to the early days of...

    Closed 23 February 2024

  • Martin Savage Park - Part 8 Planning Application

    Dublin City Council Parks, Biodiversity and Landscape Services wishes to to improve Martin Savage Park with the development of an all-weather synthetic astro pitch with associated fencing and flood lighting, flood lighting to the main GAA pitch, the creation of a play zone with swings, slides and...

    Closed 12 February 2024

  • Public Consultation Notices under the COMAH regulations (SI 209 of 2015) Circle K

    Public Consultation Notices under the COMAH regulations (SI 209 of 2015) Circle K Opened: Monday 18 th December 2023 09:00 Closed: Friday 2 nd February 2024 17:00 Contact mem@dublincity.ie ...

    Closed 2 February 2024

  • DCC Connects

    DCC Connections; Connecting People, Ideas and the Organisation. DCC connects series is a programme of initiatives taking place throughout the year. Overall, our priority is to enhance Dublin City Council and enrich the organisations culture as a whole through connecting people, developing...

    Closed 1 February 2024

  • Proposed Part 8 for extended boardwalk, pontoon extensions and new canopy’s at Dublin City Moorings, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1

    Proposal : Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given of the proposed development at the site located at Dublin City Moorings, Custom House Quay, on an existing pontoon structure adjacent to the current Dublin Docklands office building. The...

    Closed 24 January 2024

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

  • Do you think that reducing ‘through traffic’ will improve the amenity value of Dublin’s city centre? ('Through traffic' is traffic that does not have a destination in the city centre).
  • Do you support the principle of giving commuters more transport choices when they decide to come to Dublin City Centre?
  • Do you think that road space for private vehicles in the core city centre should be reduced to facilitate a more efficient public transport system that has increased capacity? 
  • Are you in favour of high quality cycle facilities in the city centre?
  • Are you in favour of high quality pedestrian facilities in the city centre? 
  • Do you support the concept of more traffic-free ‘civic spaces’ in the city centre?
  • How do you normally travel to Dublin city centre?
    Public Transport/Cycle/Walk/Private Car/Taxi/Motorcycle/Escooter
  • "Page 32-35 of the draft Plan explore options to create a traffic-free area at 1) Liberty Place (Beresford Place) and at 2) Custom House Quay. What area would you prefer to see become traffic-free?

You said

3,592 submissions were received as part of the non-statutory public consultation process. We thank everyone who took the time to take part in this consultation.

We did

Dublin City Council has compiled a report on the non-statutory consultation to be presented to the Traffic and Transport SPC on the 7th of February 2024, along with a final version of the City Centre Transport Plan. These are available below.

A copy of the online submissions is also available below. A copy of the written submissions is available at https://dublincity.sharefile.eu/public/share/web-s1fdd993b23f64832befa323d5cd49bd0

We asked

A Consultation on the Traffic Free proposal for Capel Street was held between the 11th March to 4th April 2022

We asked?

  • Are you a resident, business, public representative, general public, other?
  • How will this proposal affect you?
  • Do you have any suggestions for further improving the proposal?
  • Do you have any concerns about the proposal?

You said

1,766 submissions were received

We did

Dublin City Council has compiled a report on the non-statutory consultation (available below). This was presented to Central Area Councillors on the 27th April who unanimously adopted the report which is to be implemented in May.

We asked

Public Realm improvement is a priority for Dublin City Council as we pursue the implementation of the ‘Your City - Your Space’, Dublin City’s Public Realm Strategy (2012) and ‘The Heart of Dublin’ Public Realm Master Plan (2016). The next phase of the Grafton Street Quarter public realm improvements includes Duke Street, Anne Street South, Lemon Street, Duke Lane Upper, Duke Lane Lower and Anne’s Lane.  

Dublin City Council carried out a non-statutory public consultation from 31st January 2022 to 20th February 2022. We asked:

1 - “How has increased pedestrianisation of Anne Street South affected your experience?”

2 - “What are the benefits and negative impacts as a result of these changes?”

3 - “What would you like to see included and prioritised as part of the public realm scheme?

You said

294 no. submissions were received as part of the non-statutory public consultation process.

We did

Dublin City Council has compiled a summary report. This summary report outlines the themes arising from submissions. It should be noted that any views, thoughts and opinions presented in the summary report are those submitted during the non-statutory public consultation, and are not Dublin City Council’s.