Sir John Rogerson’s Quay to Orwell Park
The Dodder Greenway project aims to provide a high quality walking and cycling route along the River Dodder while simultaneously protecting and enhancing the existing ecology of the river corridor. Following the course of the river, from Bohernabreena in the Dublin Mountains to Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin City Centre, it will serve as a vital linear amenity within the urban fabric of Dublin.
Community Engagement & Public Display
The Emerging Preferred Route for the Dodder Greenway is being presented by Dublin City Council following design development and stakeholder engagement.
The Emerging Preferred Route will be on public display at the following five venues:
Dublin City Council, Civic Offices, Wood Quay* Mon. 24th Sept. to Sun. 14th Oct. Office Hours
Ringsend Library Mon. 24th Sept. to Sun. 14th Oct. 2018 Office Hours
Milltown Parish Centre Mon. 24th Sept. to Sun. 14th Oct. 2018 Mon-Fri, Sun 10am to 1pm
Dún Laoghaire Rathdown, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire Mon. 24th Sept. to Sun. 14th Oct. 2018 Office Hours
Dundrum Area Office** Mon. 24th Sept. to Sun. 14th Oct. 2018 Office
The display at Dublin City Council Civic Offices on Wood Quay will be manned by project representatives on the afternoon of Wednesday 3rd October (12pm to 4pm) and the evening of Tuesday 9th October (4pm to 8pm).
During the consultation period it will also be possible to inspect the scheme drawings and leave comments by visiting either the Dublin City Council website consultation.dublincity.ie or the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council website https://dlrcoco.citizenspace.com/consultation_finder/.
If you cannot attend one of the five public display venues, a submission or observation in relation to the project may also be made by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com on or before the last day of the community engagement period, Sunday 14th October.