Dublin City Council has begun preparing the new City Development Plan 2016 – 2022. It will set out a shared vision and direction for the future development of our city.
To inform this process, in 2014 Dublin City Council put together an Issues Paper, which highlights some of the 'big picture' priority issues for the city over the next six years.
From 10th Nov 2014 - 14th Jan 2015, citizens, communities and organisations were invited to read through these issues and make observations. These are now being collated and reviewed as part of the next step in creating the Plan.
A draft version of the Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022 will be published in late 2015. Details will be made available via social media and in the News section below. At that time the public will again be invited to review and make observations.
Public participation is vital throughout the Development Plan process and we welcome your views. Please tell us what you think during the next submission period and help us plan for the future of Dublin as a great city to live in, do business and enjoy.
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The Issues Paper contains a chapter on each of the issues listed above. It also contains a short introduction that sets out the background and priorities for the new Plan and reviews the strategic and statutory context around it.
Click here to read Dublin City Development Plan 2016 – 2022: The Big Picture Issues (6.3mb download).
A Public Notice has been issued by Dublin City Council with details of where the Issues Paper can be viewed and how submissions can be made (note submissions are not currently being accepted). To view the Public Notice, click here (7kb download).
To view the Background Papers to the Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022, click here (2.4MB download).
Please note that submissions are not currently being accepted.
From 10th Nov 2014 - 14th Jan 2015, citizens, communities and organisations were invited to submit observations on the issues detailed on this website.
Dublin City Council is now reviewing these comments as it prepares the Draft City Development Plan. The Draft Plan will in turn be available to view and comment on in late 2015.
Details of the submission period will be made available via social media and in the News section below.
Public Information Drop-in Sessions
Dublin City Council will hold a series of Public Information Drop-in Sessions during the consultation period. All members of the public and other interested groups are invited to attend these sessions. The details (venue, date and time) of each session is as follows: