Keeping it Green - An Open Space Strategy for Fingal

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Keeping it Green - An Open Space Strategy for Fingal



JULY 2015

Observations or submissions regarding the Draft Strategy are invited from members of the public and other interested parties.

All submissions or observations received during the time period will be taken into consideration before the preparation of a revised Open Space Strategy for adoption later in the year. Please note that all submissions will be published to the County Council’s website and personal information such as telephone numbers or e-mail addresses are not required as part of your submission.

Submissions may be made either online or in writing (one medium only please).

Written submissions or observations should be submitted to:

Senior Executive Officer, Planning Department, Fingal County Council, County Hall, Swords, Fingal, Co. Dublin, K67X8Y2 between 9.00am on Tuesday 4th August 2015  and  4.30pm on Friday 25th September, 2015.

Online submissions may be made through our website:


Public Consultation Meetings

To assist you to have YOUR say about the Draft Open Space Strategy we will also be hosting

2 No. Public Consultation evenings on the following dates and locations:-


Venue                                                                                                Date                                                Time
Fingal County Council Offices, County Hall, Main Street,         10th of September 2015              7.30pm – 9.30pm
Swords, Co. Dublin,    K67X8Y2     
Fingal Civic Offices, Grove Road, Blanchardstown,                   17th of September 2015              7.30pm – 9.30pm
Dublin 15,   D15W638                                   


Environmental Impact and Appropriate Assessment

The Draft Open Space Strategy is not a class of development listed in Annex I or II of the EIA Directive and therefore no Environmental Impact Statement is required.

The Draft Strategy has been screened for Appropriate Assessment and has been deemed as not requiring an Appropriate Assessment. Prior to the advancement/implementation of any subsequent project directly or indirectly relating to development or expanded activity which may potentially impact on a Natura 2000 site, such development will require at a minimum a Habitat Directive Assessment Screening. Development which adversely impacts on any protected habitats or species will not be advanced


Senior Executive Officer

4th August, 2015





Submission From Lusk AC to the Open Space Strategy.
Submission from Lusk Athletic Club to the Open Space Strategy. Lusk Athletic Club has been part of the community of Lusk for the best part of 40 years. During that time it has seen its community...
Islamic Garden
Traditionally, an Islamic garden is a cool place of rest and reflection, and a reminder of paradise. The Qur’an has many references to gardens, and the garden is used as an earthly analogue for the...
Enhancing the value of our open space
Open space policy can be enhanced to benefit communities by (1) using residential open space to create safer active travel routes and (2) Improving bicycle access within, to, and between Fingal's...
Residential Open space - provide better for active travel modes.
Please see attached submission pages 2-5
Byelaws as they are applied to residential open space
Under the current bye-laws it is forbidden to either cycle, skateboard, roller skate, roller blades on open space.  The application of the bye-laws to residential open space in the same manner...