SDCC DRAFT Control of Parking ByeLaws - Proposed Material Alteration - Monastery Park / Monastery Drive, Clondalkin
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 2001 – PART 19 & SECTION 199(1)
ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1994, AS AMENDED – SECTION 36,
DRAFT CONTROL OF PARKING BYE LAWS - PROPOSED MATERIAL ALTERATION
MONASTERY PARK / MONASTERY DRIVE, CLONDALKIN
In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 199(1) of the Local Government Act 2001, and Section 36 of the Road Traffic Act 1994, as amended, South Dublin County Council gave notice and published Draft Control of Parking Bye Laws to control and regulate parking in its administrative area.
The draft Bye Laws were made available for viewing from Thursday 23rd July 2020 until Friday 28th August 2020 inclusive, and the closing date for receipt of submissions was 11th September 2020. Notice is now hereby given that submissions and observations received in respect of the South Dublin County Council Draft Control of Parking Bye Laws, specifically in relation to Monastery Park / Monastery Drive, Clondalkin would, either on their own or cumulatively, be material alterations to the South Dublin County Council Draft Control of Parking Bye Laws, relative to Clondalkin.
The Proposed Material Alterations to the South Dublin County Council Draft Control of Parking Bye Laws, are now available for viewing on the Council’s Public Consultation Portal at http://consult.sdublincoco.ie from Thursday 14th January 2021 to Friday 5th February 2021. Interested parties are encouraged to make observations and / or submissions on the Proposed Material Alterations via the portal. Alternatively, written submissions may be posted to the Senior Executive Officer, Land Use Planning and Transportation Department, South Dublin County Council, County Hall, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Submissions must be clearly marked: as follows: Draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws – Proposed Material Alterations - Monastery Park / Monastery Drive Only postal submissions received by midnight on Friday 5th February 2021 (addressed as set out above), or on-line via the portal by midnight on Friday 5th February 2021 will be considered.
Submissions and observations should be made by ONE medium only and will only be accepted in either format as outlined above.
Submissions and observations in relation to the proposed material alteration in respect of Monastery Park / Monastery Drive will be taken into consideration before the South Dublin County Council Parking ByeLaws are made, modified or not made.
Submissions not relating to the proposed material amendment cannot be taken into consideration.