Proposed Part VIII - Holywell Pumping Station Relocation

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Holywell Foul Pumping Station Relocation






Proposed Holywell Pumping Station Relocation, Swords, Co. Dublin.


In accordance with Part XI of the Local Government Planning and Development Act 2000 to 2015 and Part 8 of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 - 2015, Fingal County Council hereby gives notice of the following proposed works to be carried out at the above site:


•        Relocate the existing underground foul pumping station from its current location outside nos. 47 – 51 Holywell Way, Swords, to an area of open space located to the north of Holywell Way, to the south of The Park and proximate to the boundary with the M1. Also included is provision for an underground 24 hour emergency storage tank associated with the pumping station.

•        The foul pumping station will include the following underground elements:-  Underground Wet Well, Valve Chamber, Emergency Overflow Chamber, 24 Hour Storage Tank, Inlet manhole and meter chamber. 

•        The following overground elements are proposed:- an overground Wet Kiosk, Control Kiosk and Vent Stack, concrete apron, grasscrete access area and associated manholes.

•        Associated works to allow for the diversion, construction and decommissioning of existing services, utilities and pumping station.


As required by Article 81 of the 2001 Regulations and amended by Article 17(2) of the

2006 Regulations, plans and particulars of the development will be available for inspection from

Wednesday 22nd March 2017, to Wed 10th May, 2017 at:


The Offices of Fingal County Council, County Hall, Main Street, Swords,

Co. Dublin.

between the hours of  9.30am to 4.00pm Mon-Fri.


Plans and particulars of the proposed development can also be viewed

on-line on the Fingal County Council website:

Submissions or observations with respect to the proposed development dealing

with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area in which the

development would be situated, may be made either online through our website or in writing to:-


David Murray, Senior Executive Planner,

Planning & Strategic Infrastructure Department

Fingal County Council,

County Hall, Swords, Co. Dublin.

on, or before Wednesday 24th May, 2017.



All comments, including the names and addresses of those making comments,

submitted to the Council in regard to this development will form part of the

statutory report to be presented to the monthly meeting of Fingal County

Council. Accordingly they will also be included in the minutes of that meeting and

consequently will appear on the Council’s Website.