Part 8 Planning Application - Glanmire Road Improvements and Sustainable Transport Works

Results Updated 15th August 2018

 

We Asked
Cork County Council’s Housing and Infrastructure Implementation Team asked for the public’s comments or observations in relation to the proposed scheme.

 

You Said
94 submissions were received in relation to this consultation.

 

We Did
Cork County Council’s  Housing Infrastructure Implementation Team held a Special Meeting with the Elected Members of the Cobh Municipal District on 16th July 2018 where the ‘Part 8 Report of Chief Executive ‘ was considered and two additional modifications agreed. The minutes of this meeting are available once approved week ending 7th September 2018.


Cork County Council’s Housing Infrastructure Implementation Team received Part 8 Planning approval with modifications at the Full County Council Meeting on 23rd July 2018, including one further additional modification, resulting in 35 modifications in total. The minutes of this meeting are available once approved week ending 14th September 2018.

 

Part 8 Report of Chief Executive (& Addendum Part 8 Report of Chief Executive)

Part 8 Report of Chief Executive Glanmire

Addendum Report to Part 8 Report of CE Glanmire

 

 

Closed 29 June 2018   
Opened 4 May 2018    
Results expected 31 July 2018   
 

Contact
Ross Palmer
(A/Senior Planner, Housing Infrastructure Implementation Team)
Ross.Palmer@corkcoco.ie
 

  
Overview
Cork County Council in partnership with AECOM Design Consultants are proposing to carry out a number of road improvement and sustainable transport works in the Glanmire, Sallybrook and Riverstown areas, Co. Cork.  


The proposed scheme is in accordance with the County Development Plan 2014 and with the Cobh Municipal District Local Area Plan 2017 and is supported by the “Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund” (LIHAF) as part of the Government’s Rebuilding Ireland Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness 2016.


The proposed development comprises a total of 16 no. infrastructural works including an Upgrade of the Dunkettle Road; New Link Road (L3010 to Hazelwood Road); Road Improvements (including at Glanmire Village, Tivoli Roundabout, East Cliff Road); Barring right hand turn at Dunkettle Slip Road; Junction Improvements (including at Church Hill, Riverstown, Hazelwood Road, Riverstown Road/East Cliff Road, Brook Inn Junction and R615/R639); Bridge improvements (including at Glanmire and Riverstown Bridges); New Greenway, predominantly off-road,  from Glanmire Community College to Coláiste an Phiarsigh and; Footpath Improvements from Fernwood to Riverstown.

Plans and particulars of the proposed development, including a Part VIII Report and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), are available for inspection in the "Related Documents" section below. 


The Part VIII documents were also available for inspection in Council Offices from 4 May 2018 up to and including 15 June 2018 at locations and times as described in the public advertisement. 


The closing date for receipt of submissions and observations was the 29 June 2018.


Why We Consulted
In accordance with Part 8, Article 81 of the 2001-2017 Planning and Development Regulations, Cork County Council  gives notice of proposals pertaining to development.


Events:


Public Information Day 
There was a public consultation day on 17th May 2018 which was an opportunity to view the plans and discuss these with Council Officials and Design Consultants which took place in the Scout Hall in Glanmire located next to Aldi.


Related Documents:

 

 

 

Part 8 Planning Application – Water-Rock UEA Infrastructure Works

 

Closes 21 Dec 2018
Opened 09 Nov 2018
Results expected 04 Feb 2019

 

Contact:
Ross Palmer,
A/Senior Planner,
Housing Infrastructure Implementation Team
Email: Ross Palmer

 

Overview

Cork County Council, with Atkins Design Consultants working on their behalf, is proposing to carry out a number of infrastructure works in the Water-Rock area, Midleton, Co. Cork.  

The proposed scheme is in accordance with the County Development Plan 2014 and with the East Cork Municipal District Local Area Plan 2017 and is supported by the “Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund” (LIHAF) as part of the Government’s Rebuilding Ireland Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness 2016.

The proposed development comprises a total of 8 no. infrastructural works comprising a Services Corridor Link Road; Surface Water Drainage System; Cork/Midleton Road and Northern Relief Road Junction Upgrade; Traffic Management Measures on Water-Rock Road; Railway Stop; Bridge over Railway; Upgrade of the Water-Rock Road and Wastewater Pumping Station.

Plans and particulars of the proposed development, including a Part 8 Report and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS), are available for inspection in the "Related Documents" section below. 

The Part 8 documents are also available for inspection from 9 Nov 2018 up to and including 7 Dec 2018 at locations and times as described in the public advertisement. 

The closing date for receipt of submissions and observations is 1 pm on 21 Dec 2018.

 

Submissions or observations with respect to the proposed development, and dealing with the proper planning and development of the area, may be made via the online submission form below:

Make a Submission on Part 8 Water Rock

Alternatively, submissions and observations can be made in writing to:

Senior Planner, 
Housing Infrastructure Implementation Team,
Cork County Council, 
Floor 3 County Hall,
T12 R2NC      

 

Why We Are Consulting

In accordance with Part 8, Article 81 of the 2001-2017 Planning and Development Regulations, Cork County Council hereby gives notice of proposals pertaining to development.

 

Events:

Public Information Day 

15th Nov 2018, 12:00 to 21:00 at Midleton Park Hotel, Garden Suite.  This is an opportunity to view the plans and discuss these with Council Officials and Design Consultants.  

 

Related Documents:

Contact Us

Planning Department, Ground Floor, County Hall, Carrigrohane Road, Cork.