10. Next steps

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10.0 INTRODUCTION

The aim of the Local Area Plan is to facilitate the sustainable development of the Airport in line with national, regional and local policy. In ensuring protection of core airport function, regard has been had to the receiving environment surrounding the Airport. Many of the objectives set out in the LAP aim to ensure that development at the Airport maintains or improves the surface waters, transportation, energy and design outcomes. This section of the LAP aims to set out the relevant objectives which require review, additional strategy development or monitoring and identify the relevant timeframe for the next step to be undertaken along with the department or authority designated for implementation.

10.1 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES FOR REVIEW, DEVELOPMENT OR MONITORING

Table 10.1 Objectives

OBJECTIVE

REQUIREMENT

TIMELINE

LEAD AUTHORITY

OBJECTIVE TP3

Support the detailed review of the three identified locations for a third terminal at Dublin Airport as set out in the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport (DTTAS), ‘Review of Future Capacity Needs at Ireland’s State Airports’, (August 2018) during the lifetime of this LAP with a view to identifying the most appropriate location.

Life of LAP

DTTAS

OBJECTIVE DS2

A design framework shall be undertaken by daa along with other relevant stakeholders, which shall identify materials, design themes and structural typologies for built form within the Airport campus for completion within six months of the adoption of the Dublin Airport Local Area Plan for agreement with the Planning Authority. Each planning application for development of built form within the Airport eastern campus shall comply with the material use and design themes established in the design framework.

6 months

daa

OBJECTIVE SF02

Require, as part of any application that will result in increased demand for travel, the submission of a detailed transport model (based on the NTA ERM), to be undertaken in collaboration with stakeholders such as FCC, the National Transport Authority and Transport Infrastructure Ireland, in order to appropriately phase transport infrastructure requirements and the appropriate provision of car-parking as set out in the South Fingal Transport Study, relevant to the growth of Dublin Airport.

First planning

applic.

FCC,

daa, TII, NTA

OBJECTIVE EA10

Facilitate a contingency strategy and emergency access plan to cater for unexpected incidents on the external and internal road networks in consultation with the relevant bodies.

Life of LAP

daa

OBJECTIVE

REQUIREMENT

TIMELINE

LEAD AUTHORITY

OBJECTIVE IA1

Require a review of traffic management arrangements around the Dublin Airport campus including internal access road and connections to the surrounding transport network, in order to provide for safe and efficient movement for all modes, as part of any planning application for an increase in origin-destination  passenger numbers, which should assess the need for alterations in road alignment, grade separation, directional movement, and variable messaging signage, in order to provide for safe and efficient movement for all modes.

Life of LAP

FCC, daa, NTA

OBJECTIVE IA4

Work with all stakeholders to identify the most appropriate regime for the efficient operation of taxi services including the management of any permit system and the identification of future dedicated taxi routes within the campus.

Life of LAP

FCC, daa, NTA

OBJECTIVE MM1

Facilitate, with the relevant stakeholders, the coordination and/or amalgamation of all Mobility Management Plans within the Dublin Airport campus, to provide an over-arching MMP for submission to Fingal County Council for approval every three years. This will include the designation of a mobility manager for the Airport by daa who should co-ordinate, engage and review the MMP. The first co-ordinated MMP should be delivered within 2 years of the adoption of this LAP.

24 months

FCC,

daa, TII, NTA

OBJECTIVE MM4

Require that all organisations operating within the Dublin Airport campus implement the over-arching Mobility Management Plan, either as part of regular stakeholder liaison or incorporation within the Development Management process.

Life of LAP

FCC

OBJECTIVE CP1

Facilitate a review of the the location of bus/coach parking in front of Terminal 1 in conjunction with an analysis of new MetroLink Station, Terminal 2, and Kerb proposals, in order to provide for an efficient multi-mode transport interchange convenient to all airport users.

Life of LAP

FCC/daa

OBJECTIVE

REQUIREMENT

TIMELINE

LEAD AUTHORITY

OBJECTIVE SW08

Develop a robust surface water management system in compliance with the recommendations of the Dublin Airport Local Area Plan Strategic Flood Risk Assessment and Surface Water Management Plan associated with this LAP, to meet future development needs and providing resilience to the effects of climate change. This will entail a full review of the current surface water system at Dublin Airport including a review of drain down times, attenuation volumes, discharge rates, and opportunities for the retrofit of SUDS.

Life of LAP

FCC/daa

OBJECTIVE SW09

Develop a policy on sustainable drainage systems in proximity to the Airport, to ensure aircraft safety.

Life of LAP

FCC/daa

OBJECTIVE IW1

Liaise with Irish Water to ensure that an adequate supply of drinking water is available for the sustainable development of the Airport.

Life of LAP

FCC

OBJECTIVE IW2

Liaise with and work in conjunction with Irish Water during the lifetime of the plan for the provision, extension and upgrading of waste water collection and treatment systems necessary to facilitate the sustainable development of the Airport.

Life of LAP

FCC

OBJECTIVE AQ5

Undertake a review of existing air quality monitoring (and associated appropriate remedial action in the case of breaches) within and surrounding the Airport (including changes in Particulate Matter (PM) at relevant locations). Where relevant, such a review should identify additional monitoring proposals, remedial actions and implementation systems – such needs shall be provided for by Fingal County Council and/or daa.

Life of LAP

FCC/daa

OBJECTIVE

REQUIREMENT

TIMELINE

LEAD AUTHORITY

OBJECTIVE CS1

Fingal County Council will continue to engage with local communities that are likely to be affected by the growth of the Airport with a view to ensuring their concerns are understood and appropriate mitigation proposals implemented where required.

Life of LAP

FCC

OBJECTIVE LEAP1

Commence preparation of a ‘Local Enhancement Action Plan’ for the ‘Special Policy Area’ of St. Margaret’s within 12 months of the adoption of the Dublin Airport Local Area Plan, in consultation with the local community and other relevant stakeholders based on the focus areas identified in this strategy for St. Margaret’s. This plan shall address priority actions, funding and a delivery programme for proposed environmental and community enhancement projects.

12 Months

FCC

OBJECTIVE EE2

Prepare a set of design principles for the public realm as part of the ‘Local Enhancement Action Plan’ to guide environmental improvements in the area.

12 Months

FCC

OBJECTIVE CH4

Promote and facilitate the preservation of Dunsoghly Castle Complex and the appropriate and sympathetic development of this important heritage asset as a future heritage attraction having regard to the special significance of the site, in consultation with the appropriate heritage bodies and other relevant stakeholders.

Life of LAP

Landowner

OBJECTIVE CH6

Support the appropriate and sympathetic provision of noise insulation to St. Margaret’s Church in consultation with relevant church and heritage bodies.

Life of LAP

Landowner

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