Created on 2009-01-01 Updated on 2010-11-24 Released on 2013-11-30

Road Improvement Schemes - 2011-2017 Development Plan - Dublin City Council

Road Improvement Schemes The Dublin City Development Plan sets out policies and objectives to guide how and where development will take place in the city over the next 6 years. This plan was adopted by Dublin City Council at a Special adjourned Meeting on 24th November 2010. The plan came into effect on 22nd December 2010 and will run until 2017. The plan can be viewed at This dataset gives spatial information relating to Dublin City Council policy to initiate and / or implement several road improvement schemes and bridges within the six year period of the development plan, subject to the availability of funding:'Roads:'Ratoath Road including Reilly?s Bridge'River Road'Richmond Road'Malahide Road/R107 (including North Fringe improvements)'Blackhorse Avenue'Clonshaugh Road Industrial Estate'Ballymun (improved town centre linkage)'Kilmainham/South Circular Road'Link from Military Road to Conyngham Road'East Wall Road/Sheriff Street to North Quays'Cappagh Road'Bridges:'Reilly's Bridge'Public Transport, Pedestrian and Cyclists:'Marlborough Street Bridge'Dodder Bridge'Liffey Valley Park Pedestrian / Cycle Bridge'Cycle/pedestrian bridges that emerge as part of the evolving Strategic Cycle'Network and Strategic Green Infrastructure Network'' This dataset is output in MapInfo TAB format, spatial projection Irish Grid.

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Field Value
Organisation Contact Email
Organisation Contact Name Data Officer
Organisation Contact Phone 01 2222812
Target Audience Developer
Category Planning and Land Use
Update Frequency As Required
Date Range 2010-12-22 to 2010-12-22
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Purpose of Collection Zoning maps guide how and where development will take place in the city over the next 6 years.
Use Constraints Data is updated as and when variations are brought forward by the City Council.These maps do not purport to be accurate survey maps from which site dimensions or other survey data can be measured. Should any conflict arise between the Development Plan written statement and the maps, the written statement shall take precedence.

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