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

  • Dublin Festival of History 2020 Survey

    The Dublin Festival of History is an annual free Festival, brought to you by Dublin City Council, and organised by Dublin City Libraries . One of the key aims of Dublin City Libraries is to preserve, share, and promote the history and heritage of Dublin and Ireland and to encourage and... More

    Closes 9 November 2020

  • Grangegorman Filtered Permeability Trial

    Filtered permeability measures were installed on Grangegorman Lower and a filtered permeability trial commenced on the morning of 6th July 2020. The trial includes the provision of a series of bollards and temporary planters placed on Grangegorman Lower, with appropriate signage and road... More

    Closes 1 December 2020

  • Griffith Avenue Protected Cycle Track

    Update - 28 th September 2020 As previously outlined Dublin City Council is developing plans for the protected lane along Griffith Avenue in sections. We intend working east towards Malahide Road, publishing our proposals in 500m sections (approximately) as they are developed.... More

    Closes 31 December 2020

  • Covid Mobility Measure Request Form

    To enable the City to return to work and to enable retail and leisure activities to restart, we must create more space in the city for social distancing. This requires the reallocation of space on our streets. Our priority is to implement measures that support people to walk, cycle and use... More

    Closes 21 November 2021

Closed Consultations

  • Lord Mayor's Awards 2021 - October: Nursing Homes

    Since 1989, the Lord Mayor’s Awards have honoured individuals and groups who have made a special contribution to both Dublin and its citizens. These Awards, usually held annually, are Dublin City’s way of acknowledging and congratulating them for the extraordinary work they do. This... More

    Closed 16 October 2020

  • DRHE Review of Day Services

    The DRHE is currently carrying out a review of its day services including food provision, hygiene services etc . Any o bservations or submissions are welcome from interested parties on the Day Services Report attached. Please submit your observations/ comments by 5pm 16 th ... More

    Closed 16 October 2020

  • Finglas Area Roundabouts Upgrade

    Finglas Area Roundabouts Upgrade – Non-Statutory Public Consultation Background Dublin City Council Environment and Transportation Department proposes the upgrade of the St. Margaret’s Road/McKee Avenue and Jamestown Road/Melville... More

    Closed 9 October 2020

  • Pedestrian Crossing at Mountjoy Square

    Dublin City Council in conjunction with the National Transport Authority are proposing to install four new pedestrian crossings on the north western corner of Mountjoy Square. The works will be installed in two distinct phases. Phase 1 involves the installation of: A pedestrian... More

    Closed 8 October 2020

  • Parnell Square East Contraflow

    Dublin City Council in conjunction with the National Transport Authority are proposing to introduce a new cycling link that will provide a direct route for cyclists on O’Connell Street wishing to access Dorset Street. The works will involve introducing a contraflow cycle lane on Cavendish... More

    Closed 30 September 2020

We Asked, You Said, We Did

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

We Asked

Dublin City Council in conjunction with the NTA are proposing to improve cycle facilities along the Strand Road to offer an alternative transport option for people to get to work and school. A six month trial of a 2 way separated cycle track along Strand Road is proposed.

Dublin City Council carried out a non-statutory public consultation from 21st August 2020 to 14th September 2020. We asked:

1 - “Please share any specific concerns you have in relation to any aspects of the proposal”

2 - “Do you have any suggestions for improvements to the proposal?”

3 - “Are there any complementary measures that you feel should be introduced in tandem with this scheme?

You Said

2,922 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 Councils.

The Summary Document and the Traffic and Modelling Presentation is available below.

The design work on the section from Merrion Gates to the DCC boundary is now complete and discussions with DLRCC are progressing re joint implementation. The drawings for the Merrion Gates to the DCC boundary are available below.

We Asked

It is proposed to vary the Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022 in respect of the following:

                       Proposed Variations No. 28, 29 and 30

You Said

Submissions/observations have been received and the consultation is now closed.  

We Did

Dublin City Council approved the Variations No. 28, 29 and 30 to the Dublin City Development Plan 2016 - 2022 at the Council Meeting held on 14th September 2020.

We Asked

The Liffey Cycle Route is a Primary Route in the Greater Dublin Area Cycle Network Plan published by the National Transport Authority (NTA) in December 2013, and as such is a key objective of the NTA and Dublin City Council (DCC). It is one of a number of routes being developed by DCC as part of its overall 470km of safer cycling routes suitable for cyclists of all ages and abilities.

The scheme will deliver pedestrian improvements, a high quality cycle route that will meet the requirements of cyclists of varied experience and will provide an optimal balance of provision between the various road users along the route. The design will have particular regard to any engineering, architectural and environmental constraints along the route.

In 2017 DCC and the NTA agreed that the NTA would undertake a review of all design options considered to date and identify any new design options.

In March 2019 the NTA presented an Emerging Preferred Design to DCC.

This Emerging Preferred Design includes the following

•           The existing road layout will be reconfigured to provide a one-way segregated cycle track on the north and south quays, located on the building side from the Phoenix Park to O Donovan Rossa Bridge where it then crosses to the river side of the road to Matt Talbot Memorial Bridge,

•           Provision of boardwalks at various locations,

•           Upgrade of junctions to provide pedestrian and cyclist improvements,

•           Public realm improvements and

•           Improvements to existing traffic signal operational infrastructure.

Dublin City Council carried out a non-statutory public consultation from 2nd May 2019 to 6th June 2019. We requested the views of the public and interested parties on all design aspects of the scheme.

You Said

425 submissions were received as part of the non-statutory public consultation process conducted from 2nd May 2019 to 6th June 2019. All the received submissions are contained in the Appendix document which is available below.

We Did

Dublin City Council has compiled a summary report. This summary report outlines the themes arising from submissions made by members of the public and specific bodies during the non-statutory public consultation process for the Liffey Cycle Route.

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 Councils.

The Summary Document is available below.

Please see the attached Liffey Cycle Route NSPC Summary document in Microsoft Word Format

Please see the attached Appendix-Submissions Received document in PDF Format*

Additional Submissions

*Please note that a Microsoft Word version of the  Appendix-Submissions received document will be available in early 2020

Scheme Update

Comments and observations received will be considered as the scheme design progresses.

Following extensive internal DCC consultation, key areas which require scoping prior to the engagement of an engineering service provider have been identified, DCC is currently progressing these scoping exercises. This information along with the comments received as part of the non-statutory public consultation will help in fully defining the scope of the scheme. This will form the basis for appointing a design team in Q2 2020.