UPDATE: Little Island Sustainable Transport Interventions has received Part 8 planning approval at the full council meeting of September the 13th 2021.

Chief Executive’s Report for Little Island Sustainable Transport Interventions Part 8

 

CORK COUNTY COUNCIL

DEVELOPMENT UNDER SECTION 179 OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2000 AS AMENDED, AND NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF PART 8, ARTICLE 81 OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, 2001, AS AMENDED

Notice is hereby given that Cork County Council proposes to carry out the following development:

Little Island Sustainable Transport Interventions

Location:

The project is located in the following townlands: Wallingstown, Kilcoolishal, Castleview, Ballytrasna, Courtstown, Ballyhennick.

Nature and extent of proposed development:

The scheme involves the construction of a number of sustainable transport interventions in Little Island to facilitate enhanced pedestrian, cyclist, and bus movement including:

  • Cycle track(s) and footpath(s) from Link Q, the new link road to Little Island from the Dunkettle Interchange, via the L7074 road in Little Island Industrial Estate, Eastgate Drive, Eastgate Road, Eastgate Way, the R623 and Ballytrasna Road to the Harbour Point Business Park entrance road;
  • A cycle track and footpath on the R623 from the junction with Eastgate Way to Little Island National School;
  • A bus link and additional bus stops from Little Island Industrial Estate via Eastgate Drive, Eastgate Road, Eastgate Way, the R623 and Ballytrasna Road to the Harbour Point Business Park entrance road;
  • Bus gates linking Little Island Industrial Estate to Eastgate Drive and Eastgate Way to the R623;
  • Eastgate Roundabout upgraded to a continental style roundabout by realigning all four arms. Each arm of the roundabout will have two traffic lanes plus a 2m cycle lane and 2m footpath each side. Pedestrian crossings will be constructed on each arm;
  • Bus stops on the N25 east-bound and westbound off-ramps at Glounthaune; and
  • Miscellaneous other works to improve pedestrian, cycle, and bus facilities, and convenience in Little Island.

Please note that the above measures are shown graphically on the scheme drawings. An Appropriate Assessment screening report and Part 8 Planning Report form part of this application.

Cork County Council has undertaken a screening determination under Article 120(1B)(b)(i) of the Planning and Development Regulations, 2001, as amended. In its determination the Council had regard to the description of the features of the proposed development and the measures envisaged to avoid or prevent significant adverse effects on the environment of the development. The conclusion of the determination was that there is no real likelihood of significant effects on the environment arising from the proposed development and that an EIA is not required. Where any person considers that a development proposed to be carried out by a local authority would be likely to have significant effects on the environment, he or she may, at any time before the expiration of 4 weeks beginning on the date of publication of this notice, apply to An Bord Pleanála for a screening determination as to whether the development would be likely to have such effects. Such a submission should be addressed to the Secretary, An Bord Pleanála, 64, Marlborough Street, Dublin, 1.

Plans and particulars of the proposed development will be available for inspection for a period of 4 weeks at the following venues and times:

  • In the 'Additional Documents' section below:
  • Lobby, Floor 11, County Hall, Carrigrohane Road Cork between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00
  • Cobh Municipal District Office, Carrig House, Cobh, Co. Cork between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00

The documents can be viewed at the above locations between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00 on each working day during which the offices are opened for the transaction of business, for a period beginning on Thursday 20th May 2021 up to and including Thursday 17th June 2021. The documents can be purchased for a fee of €15 per set at these locations.

Submissions and 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 by email to trafficandtransport@corkcoco.ie, using the ‘submissions template’ on the webpage www.yourcouncil.ie or in writing to Senior Engineer, Cork County Council, Traffic and Transportation, Floor 11, County Hall, Cork, on or before Thursday 1st July 2021.

Senior Engineer, Traffic and Transportation 20th May 2021

Additional Documents:

Chief Executive’s Report for Little Island Sustainable Transport Interventions Part 8

Press Notice

Site Notice

Part 8 Proposal

Part 8 Planning Report

Environmental Impact Assessment Screening Report

Habitats Directive Appropriate Assessment Screening Determination

Site Notice Location Map

Layout Drawings

UPDATE: The Pedestrian and Cycle Route from Ballinacurra to Midleton received Part 8 planning approval at the full council meeting of 9th March 2021.

Part 8 Chief Executive's Report for Pedestrian and Cycle Route from Ballinacurra to Midleton

CORK COUNTY COUNCIL

DEVELOPMENT UNDER SECTION 179 OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2000, AS AMENDED AND NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF PART 8, ARTICLE 81 OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, 2001, AS AMENDED

Notice is hereby given that Cork County Council proposes to carry out the following development:-

Pedestrian and Cycle Route from Ballinacurra to Midleton

Location:

Along the R630 from Ballinacurra to Lakeview Roundabout, on the L3621 Bailick Road, the Dark Road, the L3631 Riverside Way to the Midleton Gyratory, through Market Green to the Northern Relief road and on to the Midleton Train Station and also from Bailick Road to Gaelscoil Mhainistir Na Corann passing through the townlands of Ballinacurra, Midleton, Broomfield West, Knockgriffin, Townparks, Castleredmond, Loughatalia, Garryduff and Oatencake, Co. Cork.

Nature and extent of proposed development:

The Scheme involves the construction of a dedicated pedestrian and cycle route from Ballinacurra to Midleton Train Station and includes the following:

  • A mixture of segregated cycle facilities, shared use pedestrian and cycle paths and greenway.
  • A one way system for traffic from the south of the Bailick Road to Charlestown Wharf.
  • A traffic light shuttle system at the N25 underbridge on the Bailick Road.
  • Works are proposed to Protected Structure Ref number 00517 on Bailick Road.
  • An underbridge under the existing Irish Rail railway line.
  • New footpaths, Controlled Crossings, Bus Stop Upgrades and LED public lighting.

Please note that the above measures are shown graphically on the scheme drawings. An

Appropriate Assessment screening report and Preliminary Design report form part of this application.

Plans and particulars of the proposed development will be available for inspection for a period of 4 weeks, at the following venues and times: -

  • Below in the Additional Document Section
  • County Hall, Carrigrohane Road, Lobby, Floor 11, County Hall, Cork
  • Cork County Council Area Engineer’s Offices at Youghal Road, Midleton, Co. Cork The documents can be viewed at the above two locations between the hours of 09:00 and

17:00 on each working day during which the said offices are opened for the transaction of business, for a period beginning on Wednesday 11th November 2020 and ending on Wednesday 9th December 2020. The documents can be purchased for a fee of €15.00 per set at this location.

Submissions and 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 by email to trafficandtransport@corkcoco.ie , using the ‘submissions template’ on the www.yourcouncil.ie or in writing to Senior Engineer, Cork County Council, Traffic and Transportation, Floor 11, County Hall, Cork, on or before Wednesday 23rd December 2020.

As per Article 81 of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 (as amended), an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) screening determination has been made and a determination has been made that an EIA is not required. In accordance with Article 120 (3), as amended by S.I. No. 296 of 2018, a person may, within 4 weeks from the date of this notice (9th December 2020) apply to An Bord Pleanála for a screening determination as to whether the development would be likely to have significant effects on the environment. Such a submission should be addressed to the Secretary, An Bord Pleanála, 64, Marlborough Street, Dublin, 1.

Senior Engineer, Traffic and Transportation                                      11th November 2020

It should be noted that the Freedom of Information Act applies to all records held by Cork County Council.

Additional Documents

Newspaper Advert

Site Notice Locations

Site Notice

Ballinacurra to Midleton_Preliminary Design Report

Bailick Road General Arrangement Drawings

Riverside Way to Midleton Train Station General Arrangement Drawings

Ballyannan Greenway General Arrangement Drawings

Drawings Cover Sheet

Planners Report Part 8 development- Midleton Cycle Network Scheme

R630 General Arrangement Drawings

Habitats Directive Appropriate Assessment Screening Determination

 

UPDATE: The Pedestrian and Cycle Route from Bury's Bridge, Kilcoolishal to Carrigtwohill via Glounthaune received Part 8 planning approval at the full council meeting of 9th March 2020.

Part 8 Chief Executive's Report for Pedestrian and Cycle Route from Bury's Bridge to Carrigtwohill


DEVELOPMENT UNDER SECTION 179 OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2000, AS AMENDED AND NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF PART 8, ARTICLE 81 OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, 2001, AS AMENDED

Notice is hereby given that Cork County Council proposes to carry out the following development:

Pedestrian and Cycle Route from Bury’s Bridge, Kilcoolishal to Carrigtwohill via Glounthaune

Location:

Along the L3004 (the former N25) road passing through the townlands of Dunkettle, Kilcoolishal, Ballyhennick, Glounthaune, Johnstown, Killahora, Killacloyne, Tullagreen, Carrigtwohill and Terrysland, Co. Cork.

Nature and extent of proposed development:

The Scheme involves the construction of a dedicated pedestrian and cycle route on the northern side of the L3004 (the former N25) road and includes the following:

  • A general cross section of 3m wide shared pedestrian and cycle path with a 1m landscaped separation between the path and the public road where possible
  • Formalised parking and controlled (i.e. traffic signals) pedestrian crossings
  • New footpaths, ducting and LED public lighting

Please note that the above measures are shown graphically on the scheme drawings. An

Appropriate Assessment screening report and a Road Safety Audit also form part of this application.

Plans and particulars of the proposed development will be available for inspection for a period of 4 weeks, at the following venues and times: -

  • In the Application Documents section selow.
  • Lobby, Floor 11, County Hall, Cork between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00. The documents can be purchased for a fee of €15.00 per set at this location.
  • Cork County Council Area Engineer’s Offices at Ballinaglanna, Glanmire and Townhall Cobh, Co. Cork between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00 on each working day during which the said offices are opened for the transaction of business, for a period beginning on Friday 10th January 2020 and ending on Monday 10th February 2020.

Submissions and 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 online at www.yourcouncil.ie, by email to trafficandtransport@corkcoco.ie , using the ‘submissions template’ linked below or in writing to Senior Engineer, Cork County Council, Traffic and Transportation, Floor 11, County Hall, Cork, on or before Monday 24th February 2020.

As per Article 81 of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 (as amended), an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) screening determination has been made and a determination has been made that an EIA is not required. In accordance with Article 120 (3), as amended by S.I. No. 296 of 2018, a person may, within 4 weeks from the date of this notice (10th February 2020) apply to An Bord Pleanála for a screening determination as to whether the development would be likely to have significant effects on the environment. Such a submission should be addressed to the Secretary, An Bord Pleanála, 64, Marlborough Street, Dublin, 1.

 

Senior Engineer, Traffic and Transportation 10th January 2020

It should be noted that the Freedom of Information Act applies to all records held by Cork County Council.

 

Application Documents:

Site Notice

Scheme Drawings Bury's Bridge to Carrigtwohill

Site Location Map Bury's Bridge to Carrigtwohill

Preliminary Design Report Burys Bridge to Carrigtwohill

Stage 1-2 RSA Burys Bridge to Carrigtwohill

CCC EIAR Screening Report

Fig1 Designated Sites

Fig2 Known SCI Wintering Bird Roosts

Fig3 QIs and watercourse outfall

HDA Determination Carrigtwohill Cycleway

Strategic Cycle Corridor  AA Screening Report

 

Déan Teagmháil Linn

Rannóg Pleanála, Bunurlár, Halla an Chontae, Bóthar Charraig Ruacháin, Corcaigh.