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.

Other than required by law, your personal Information such as contact details collected as part of the consultation process is protected by data protection. They will remain confidential and will not be not be published or shared with third parties.

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Open Consultations

  • Book of Condolence - Ashling Murphy

    Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland has opened this online Book of Condolence to allow Dubliners to express their sympathies to the family of Ashling Murphy . All messages of sympathy will be printed and forwarded in a Book of Condolence to the family of Ashling Murphy. More

    Closes 21 January 2022

  • Pigeon House Road Consultation

    Pigeon House Road is a residential area and reports from elected Councillors and members of the public outlined there were on-going issues of speeding, congestion, rat-running, noise and air pollution. Dublin City Council proposed a scheme to promote cycling and pedestrian transport while... More

    Closes 21 January 2022

  • PART 8, MILLWOOD COURT, RAHENY, DUBLIN 5

    Proposed housing development consisting of the demolition of 3 two-storey buildings & construction of 52 one bedroom apartments, varying in height from 2 to 4 storey, and a single storey courtyard community facility. More

    Closes 24 January 2022

  • Edible Dublin: Food Strategy

    In June 2021, DCC's Eat the Streets Festival! explored Dublin's food heritage and the future of food through After Dinner Chats with food experts and Cook Alongs with local chefs. At the end of the ten days, our heads filled with ideas and lessons from all the people involved, DCC’s... More

    Closes 31 January 2022

Closed Consultations

  • Griffith Avenue Protected Cycle Track

    Update - 11 th October 2021 Construction works are continuing in the junctions of Ballymun Road/St Mobhi Road/Griffith Avenue with a view to linking the cycle lanes through these junctions and improving the pedestrian facilities. These works are due to be completed before the... More

    Closed 31 December 2021

  • 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

    Closed 31 December 2021

  • Collins Avenue Extension - Protected Cycle Track

    As part of a five year plan, funded by the National Transport Authority, Dublin City Council has begun to investigate options for improving the cycling and pedestrian facilities along a route connecting Finglas village to Killester. The route includes Glasnevin Avenue, Collins Ave Ext and... More

    Closed 31 December 2021

  • Renewal Proposal for Business Improvement District (BIDs)

    A proposal to renew the Business Improvement District Scheme (BIDs) has been received from the Dublin City Centre BID Company Ltd Trading as Dublin Town in respect of the Retail Core of Dublin 1 and Dublin 2. The current BID scheme will expire on December 31 st , 2022 and submissions are now... More

    Closed 20 December 2021

  • Rathdown Avenue - Congestion Alleviation Scheme

    The residents of Rathdown Avenue contacted Dublin City Council (DCC) via the south east area councillors in relation to ongoing issues of traffic congestion on Rathdown Avenue, Dublin 6W. The residents voiced concerns with traffic congestion on Rathdown Avenue caused by high demand for... More

    Closed 20 December 2021

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 sought to gather feedback on the traffic free evenings and future improvements for Capel Street and Parliament street.

This consultation sought people’s views on:

  • Their experience of the Traffic free weekend evenings and
  • What worked, what didn’t work from a resident, business owner and street user perspective? 
  • What options should be further explored for both Capel Street and Parliament Street
  • Any suggestions people may have for improvements, changes etc.

You said

6,957 submissions were received as part of the non-statutory public consultation process.

We did

Dublin City Council has compiled a summary report. 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 report is available at the bottom of this page. 

We asked

In response to submissions received as part of the Strand Road Cycle Trial which related to Beach Road, Dublin City Council produced a layout on Beach Road that is as per Strand Road with one lane of outbound traffic, a 2 way cycle lane using what is currently the outbound traffic lane and no changes to the footpath.

Dublin City Council sought to gather feedback to find out for this specific change to the Strand Road Cycle Route Trial. We asked:

"Would you prefer this revised option with one way for traffic with the footpaths retained and the cycle lane at road level on Beach Road between Sean Moore Road and Marine Drive or the original option with two way vehicular traffic and the cycle lane using the footpath?"

“Do you have any concerns about this proposal?”

You said

3,712 submissions were received as part of the non-statutory public consultation process.

We did

Dublin City Council has compiled a summary report. 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 report is available at the bottom of this page. 

The cycle route implementation in this area will be on road resulting in one way traffic on Beach Road. Dublin City Council would like to thank everyone who responded to the consultation. 

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.