Extinguishment of Public Right of Way over a walkway on the Oscar Traynor Development Site

Closes 23 Mar 2021

Opened 8 Feb 2021


In accordance with Section 73 (1) of the Roads Act 1993 Dublin City Council hereby gives notice that it is considering the proposal to Extinguish the Public Right of Way over a walkway across land known as the Oscar Traynor Development Site. The walkway runs from Coolock Lane to Castletimon Road. Due to the proposed development of the site it is necessary to extinguish the current right of way in order to keep pedestrian traffic safe and away from the construction traffic during the building of the development. The walkway will be repositioned along the perimeter of the site for the duration of construction and a permanent route which more closely mirrors the current route will pertain on completion of the build.

The current right of way to be extinguished (yellow) and the proposed temporary right of way around the perimetre of the site (red) can be seen on the attached drawing SM-2021-0037

Why we are consulting

In accordance with section Section 73 (1) of the Roads Act 1993 we are obliged to display the map for a period of no less than 1 month and must accept representation and objections from the public in writing for a further 2 weeks. The drawing will be available to view here on the consultation hub from Monday 8th February 2021 and submissions will be accepted through the hub from Monday 8th February 2021 until midnight on Tuesday 23rd March 2021

The closing date for receipt of postal submissions is 5pm on Tuesday 23rd March 2021

Dublin City Council will consider any objections or representations received and will bring a full report to the City Council for their consideration and decision.

Please note: Extinguishing a Public Right of Way is a reserved function of the City Council. 

We invite you to view the related drawings and submit your representation or objection to this proposal


  • Dublin 17
  • Dublin 5
  • Dublin 9


  • Anyone from any background


  • All Interests