The Clonburris Strategic Development Zone - Draft Planning Scheme represents a shared outlook for the future growth of this important site at the heart of South Dublin County. The SDZ will also have a central role to play in addressing the demand for much needed new housing in Dublin.
On 1st of February 2018, the Elected Members resolved to make the draft Planning Scheme (the Scheme) for the Clonburris Strategic Development Zone subject to variations and modificationsRead More
To inform the preparation of the Draft SDZ Planning Scheme, the Council undertook non-statutory pre-draft public consultation in March / April 2016. A Chief Executive’s Report was prepared summarising the issues raised.
On 1st of February 2018, the Elected Members resolved to make the draft Planning Scheme (the Scheme) for the Clonburris Strategic Development Zone subject to variations and modifications.
A determination shall be made on the carrying out of strategic environmental assessment (SEA) and/ or appropriate assessment (AA) for the material alteration(s). This will take a number of weeks.
The SDZ Planning Scheme lands, span 280 hectares, and are located between the established communities of Lucan, Clondalkin and Liffey Valley. The Adamstown SDZ is located to the west.
The lands are considered highly connected, prime development land and have also been designated as a Major Urban Housing Development Site with the opportunity for delivering housing within the Dublin Region and over the next decade and beyond, Clonburris will fulfil its potential as a new sustainable community.
Public Consultation of the Draft Planning Scheme ended on 3rd November 2017.
The Chief Executive is now preparing a report on the submissions received for the consideration of the Elected Members.
The next step in this process is that a Chief Executive's report will be prepared and submitted to the elected members.
The Draft Planning Scheme and Chief Executives report will then be considered by the Elected Members. Further consultation may be carried out if material alterations are made to the Draft Planning Scheme.