Dublin City Development Plan: Public Meeting with Ciarán Cuffe MEP

Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028

The Dublin City development plan sets out the framework within which the council will work in the coming years. It covers housing, business and retail, transport, parks, waterways, sports and recreation. All decisions made by the council will be shaped by what is agreed in this plan.

Make Your Voice Heard

Over the next month, individual residents, community groups, businesses and other organisations can make submissions to the council and have their say on what the development plan should include.

The Dublin South-Central Green Party will hold two online meetings to talk about the plan, explain how the consultation process works and how to make submissions.


The first meeting will be held via Zoom at 13:00 on Thursday 28th January. It will be addressed by Ciarán Cuffe, MEP for Dublin. Ciarán spent 15 years on Dublin City Council, during which time he was Chair of the Transportation Committee. Details to join this first meeting are included below.

The second meeting will be held on Thursday 11th February at 8pm, and will be addressed by Patrick Costello, TD for Dublin South-Central. Before being elected to the Dáil, Patrick was a local councillor for the Kimmage-Rathmines area.

Both speakers have worked on previous Dublin development plans. They will offer insight into the process of creating the plan, discuss submissions from previous years, and offer advice on how to make your contributions count. After the initial speakers, we will invite local councillors and other attendees to propose their own ideas, talk about actions the council could take, and possibly work on joint submissions.

Dublin City Development Plan: Public Meeting with Ciarán Cuffe MEP

Date / Time: Thursday 28 January, 2021 / 13:00

Link to Zoom meeting: https://zoom.us/j/95039948072?pwd=OFNseGErbkwvSmtmQmk2b0graTVMUT09

Meeting ID: 950 3994 8072

Passcode: 708582

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