Public Engagement on Emerging Preferred Route

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Fingal County Council is proposing to develop the Royal Canal Urban Greenway, which will provide a high
quality, peaceful and safe route to serve Castleknock, Blanchardstown, Clonsilla, Coolmine and the wider
Dublin 15 area. The proposed Urban Greenway will encourage recreation while offering an attractive
alternative transport choice for school children and commuters, bringing significant environmental,
economic and health benefits to the wider community.

Conscious of the special place that the Royal Canal holds within the community, and its designation as a
protected structure, the Urban Greenway aims to protect and enhance the existing environment along the
corridor. An Emerging Preferred Route for the scheme is now available. Fingal County Council would welcome
any comments you might have on the proposal and the project team looks forward to engaging with you to
discuss the developing design and the next steps in the planning process.



Key Features
• Respects environment and heritage
• Improves recreation & tourist attraction
• Improves connectivity

• Sustainable links to Train Stations & buses
• Links to cycle network
• Safe pedestrian/cycle route


Public Engagement

1. Visit the Public Display at:
Fingal County Council, Civic Offices Grove Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 weekdays, from 25th February
to 22nd March 2019.

2. Visit the website:

3. Meet the project team at the Civic Offices Grove Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, D15 W638:
Tuesday 5th March from 11:30am to 7:30pm.

4. Make a submission before 22nd March 2019.
A submission or observation in relation to the project may also be made by emailing:

Alternatively comments may be posted to: Planning and Strategic Infrastructure Department, Fingal
County Council, County Hall, Main St., Swords, Co. Dublin, K67 X8Y2.
Contact Us
If you have a query about making your submission or questions about the plans, you may contact us at:
Email: Tel: (01) 890500

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