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Estates Taken in Charge : Cois Cille, Dunhill & Cúl Rua, Aglish, Co. Waterford

Proposal to declare Roads serving developments at :

  • Cois Cille, Dunhill, Co. Waterford
  • Cúl Rua, Aglish, Co. Waterford

    to be Public Roads.

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 11 Subsection (1) (b) (iii) Roads Act 1993 that Waterford City and County Council propose to declare the above mentioned roads to be
Public Roads.

The drawing indicating the roads to be taken in charge are available for inspection below
or copies can be viewed in our Customer Services Departments in Davitt’s Quay, Dungarvan or Bailey’s New Street for a period of one month up to and including 22nd March, 2023.

Submissions or observations with respect to the proposal to declare the roads to be Public Roads may be made in writing up to 29th March, 2023. Please include the name of the
development in the submission subject line.

By Post: Aideen Jacob, Administrative Officer, Roads Department, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford.
By Email: ajacob@waterfordcouncil.ie
By Phone: 0818 10 20 20

Reminder: Call for submissions on Draft Dungarvan/Ballinroad & Tramore Local Area Plans 2023-2029

Waterford City and County Council has published pre-draft ‘Issues Papers’ for the Dungarvan/Ballinroad Local Area Plan and the Tramore Local Area Plan.

The purpose of these LAPs is to set out an overarching strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development of Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore over the life of the LAPs to 2029.

The LAPs will incorporate a spatial framework for guiding the future development of transportation, regeneration, heritage, social and community infrastructure/ amenities and natural/ cultural assets in both Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore.

The LAPs will be based on and be fully consistent with the Waterford City and County Development Plan 2022 – 2028, and in particular the; The Core Strategy, Vision, Strategic Outcomes, Land Use Zoning Objectives, Housing Strategy and other strategies underpinning the Development Plan. In other words, the LAP will give a local focus to the strategies of the Development Plan.

The LAP process provides a fresh opportunity to take a ‘big picture’ approach to looking at the key issues affecting Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore and plot a development strategy for their future sustainable growth and regeneration. Therefore, local input is considered vital to the entire LAP process and the Planning Authority values what you have to say. It is intended that these Issues Papers will kick-start interest and debate which will provide helpful feedback, and result in stronger and more informed Local Area Plans.

The pre-draft issues papers for Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore can be viewed online at https://consult.waterfordcouncil.ie/en/browse

In addition, copies of the pre-draft issues papers are available to view at the following locations:

  • Customer Care Office, Civic Offices, Davitt’s Quay, Dungarvan, X35 Y326
  • Customer Care Office, Bailey’s New Street, Waterford, X91 XH42
  • Dungarvan Library, Davitts Quay, Dungarvan, X35 AV29
  • Tramore Library, Market Street, Tramore, X91 CY96

The LAPs are currently at the stage of pre-draft public consultation which will be followed by the preparation and publication of a draft LAPs.  If you are interested in the development of Dungarvan/Ballinroad and/or Tramore and wish to contribute to the shaping of their sustainable future, please make a submission.

Submissions and observations on the pre-draft issues papers or any other key issues that you wish to have considered in the preparation of the new Draft Local Area Plans are invited up until Tuesday,7th March 2023.

Submissions can be made online via the Council’s dedicated public consultation portal (consult.waterfordcouncil.ie) or in writing, marked “Draft Dungarvan and Ballinroad Local Area Plan 2023-2029” or “Draft Tramore Local Area Plan 2023-2029” to the Planning Department, Waterford City and County Council, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford City.

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Draft Dungarvan/Ballinroad & Tramore Local Area Plans 2023-2029

Waterford City and County Council has published pre-draft ‘Issues Papers’ for the Dungarvan/Ballinroad Local Area Plan and the Tramore Local Area Plan.

The purpose of these LAPs is to set out an overarching strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development of Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore over the life of the LAPs to 2029.

The LAPs will incorporate a spatial framework for guiding the future development of transportation, regeneration, heritage, social and community infrastructure/ amenities and natural/ cultural assets in both Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore.

The LAPs will be based on and be fully consistent with the Waterford City and County Development Plan 2022 – 2028, and in particular the; The Core Strategy, Vision, Strategic Outcomes, Land Use Zoning Objectives, Housing Strategy and other strategies underpinning the Development Plan. In other words, the LAP will give a local focus to the strategies of the Development Plan.

The LAP process provides a fresh opportunity to take a ‘big picture’ approach to looking at the key issues affecting Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore and plot a development strategy for their future sustainable growth and regeneration. Therefore, local input is considered vital to the entire LAP process and the Planning Authority values what you have to say. It is intended that these Issues Papers will kick-start interest and debate which will provide helpful feedback, and result in stronger and more informed Local Area Plans.

The pre-draft issues papers for Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore can be viewed online at https://consult.waterfordcouncil.ie/en/browse

In addition, copies of the pre-draft issues papers are available to view at the following locations:

  • Customer Care Office, Civic Offices, Davitt’s Quay, Dungarvan, X35 Y326
  • Customer Care Office, Bailey’s New Street, Waterford, X91 XH42
  • Dungarvan Library, Davitts Quay, Dungarvan, X35 AV29
  • Tramore Library, Market Street, Tramore, X91 CY96

The LAPs are currently at the stage of pre-draft public consultation which will be followed by the preparation and publication of a draft LAPs.  If you are interested in the development of Dungarvan/Ballinroad and/or Tramore and wish to contribute to the shaping of their sustainable future, please make a submission.  Public consultation meetings will take place at the Civic Offices, Dungarvan on Wednesday, February 15th between 4pm and 7pm and at Tramore Library, Market Street, Tramore on Thursday, February 16th from 4pm to 7pm.  All are welcome to attend.

Submissions and observations on the pre-draft issues papers or any other key issues that you wish to have considered in the preparation of the new Draft Local Area Plans are invited up until Tuesday,7th March 2023.

Submissions can be made online via the Council’s dedicated public consultation portal (consult.waterfordcouncil.ie) or in writing, marked “Draft Dungarvan and Ballinroad Local Area Plan 2023-2029” or “Draft Tramore Local Area Plan 2023-2029” to the Planning Department, Waterford City and County Council, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford City.

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Call for Submissions: Tramore & Dungarvan/Ballinroad Local Area Plans (LAP)

Waterford City and County Council has published pre-draft ‘Issues Papers’ for the Dungarvan/Ballinroad Local Area Plan and the Tramore Local Area Plan.

The purpose of these LAPs is to set out an overarching strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development of Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore over the life of the LAPs to 2029.

The LAPs will incorporate a spatial framework for guiding the future development of transportation, regeneration, heritage, social and community infrastructure/ amenities and natural/ cultural assets in both Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore.

The LAPs will be based on and be fully consistent with the Waterford City and County Development Plan 2022 – 2028, and in particular the; The Core Strategy, Vision, Strategic Outcomes, Land Use Zoning Objectives, Housing Strategy and other strategies underpinning the Development Plan. In other words, the LAP will give a local focus to the strategies of the Development Plan.

The LAP process provides a fresh opportunity to take a ‘big picture’ approach to looking at the key issues affecting Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore and plot a development strategy for their future sustainable growth and regeneration. Therefore, local input is considered vital to the entire LAP process and the Planning Authority values what you have to say. It is intended that these Issues Papers will kick-start interest and debate which will provide helpful feedback, and result in stronger and more informed Local Area Plans.

The pre-draft issues papers for Dungarvan/Ballinroad and Tramore can be viewed online at https://consult.waterfordcouncil.ie/en/browse

In addition, copies of the pre-draft issues papers are available to view at the following locations:

  • Customer Care Office, Civic Offices, Davitt’s Quay, Dungarvan, X35 Y326
  • Customer Care Office, Bailey’s New Street, Waterford, X91 XH42
  • Dungarvan Library, Davitts Quay, Dungarvan, X35 AV29
  • Tramore Library, Market Street, Tramore, X91 CY96

The LAPs are currently at the stage of pre-draft public consultation which will be followed by the preparation and publication of a draft LAPs.  If you are interested in the development of Dungarvan/Ballinroad and/or Tramore and wish to contribute to the shaping of their sustainable future, please make a submission.  Public consultation meetings will take place at the Civic Offices, Dungarvan on Wednesday, February 15th between 4pm and 7pm and at Tramore Library, Market Street, Tramore on Thursday, February 16th from 4pm to 7pm.  All are welcome to attend.

Submissions and observations on the pre-draft issues papers or any other key issues that you wish to have considered in the preparation of the new Draft Local Area Plans are invited up until Tuesday,7th March 2023.

Submissions can be made online via the Council’s dedicated public consultation portal (consult.waterfordcouncil.ie) or in writing, marked “Draft Dungarvan and Ballinroad Local Area Plan 2023-2029” or “Draft Tramore Local Area Plan 2023-2029” to the Planning Department, Waterford City and County Council, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford City.

Closing date for submissions: midnight on 7th March 2023. Please note that
late submissions will not be considered.

Inis do thuairim ar na dréacht-Fhodhlíthe um Rialú Páirceála

Bí cinnte go gcloistear do ghuth maidir leis na Fodhlíthe Páirceála i gCathair agus i gContae Phort Láirge.

Imlíníonn na fodhlíthe seo na rialacha agus na rialacháin maidir le páirceáil i limistéir pháirceála na Comhairle.

Tá na dréacht-Fhodhlíthe ar fáil ag https://waterfordcouncil.ie/projects/public-consultations/index.htm

Éist le do ghuth trí do thuairimí a chur isteach i scríbhinn chuig Aideen Jacob, Oifigeach Riaracháin, roimh 4.00i.n. Déardaoin 9 Feabhra 2023.

Ríomhphost: ajacob@waterfordcouncil.ie

Ná cuir fíneáil, barrach nó clamp i mbaol – cuir do thuairim in iúl inniu! Téigh i gcomhairle leis na fodhlíthe agus déan d’aighneacht anois.

Have you had your say on the draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws ?

Waterford City and County Council currently has a public consultation process underway, focusing on the Draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws 2023. These bye-laws outline the rules and regulations for parking in the Council’s parking areas, which includes both Waterford City and County.

The bye-laws can be seen here : https://waterfordcouncil.ie/projects/public-consultations/index.htm

Here are some key points from the draft document:

  • The bye-laws apply to all roads under the Council’s control, with the exception of national roads.
  • Parking is generally allowed on roads unless it is prohibited by signs or road markings.
  • The Council may designate certain areas as “Pay & Display” zones, where drivers must purchase a ticket from a parking meter and display it on their vehicle.
  • The Council may also designate certain areas as “permit parking” zones, where only vehicles with a valid permit are allowed to park.
  • Certain types of vehicles, such as heavy goods vehicles, may be restricted from parking in certain areas.
  • The Council may fine, tow or clamp vehicles that are parked in violation of the bye-laws.

Overall, the Waterford City and County Council’s Control of Parking Bye-Laws are designed to ensure that parking in the area is managed effectively and efficiently. By following the bye-laws, drivers assist in traffic management and reduce the risk of accidents and other problems.

The Council will consider any submissions or observations made in writing regarding the Draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws 2023.  Submissions should be lodged with Aideen Jacob, Administrative Officer, Roads Department, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford or by email to ajacob@waterfordcouncil.ie to be received before 4.00pm on Thursday 9th February, 2023.

Inis do thuairim ar na dréacht-Fhodhlíthe um Rialú Páirceála

Bí cinnte go gcloistear do ghuth maidir leis na Fodhlíthe Páirceála i gCathair agus i gContae Phort Láirge.

Imlíníonn na fodhlíthe seo na rialacha agus na rialacháin maidir le páirceáil i limistéir pháirceála na Comhairle.

Tá na dréacht-Fhodhlíthe ar fáil ag https://waterfordcouncil.ie/projects/public-consultations/index.htm

Éist le do ghuth trí do thuairimí a chur isteach i scríbhinn chuig Aideen Jacob, Oifigeach Riaracháin, roimh 4.00i.n. Déardaoin 9 Feabhra 2023.

Ríomhphost: ajacob@waterfordcouncil.ie

Ná cuir fíneáil, barrach nó clamp i mbaol – cuir do thuairim in iúl inniu! Téigh i gcomhairle leis na fodhlíthe agus déan d’aighneacht anois.

Have you had your say on the draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws ?

Waterford City and County Council currently has a public consultation process underway, focusing on the Draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws 2023. These bye-laws outline the rules and regulations for parking in the Council’s parking areas, which includes both Waterford City and County.

The bye-laws can be seen here : https://waterfordcouncil.ie/projects/public-consultations/index.htm

Here are some key points from the draft document:

  • The bye-laws apply to all roads under the Council’s control, with the exception of national roads.
  • Parking is generally allowed on roads unless it is prohibited by signs or road markings.
  • The Council may designate certain areas as “Pay & Display” zones, where drivers must purchase a ticket from a parking meter and display it on their vehicle.
  • The Council may also designate certain areas as “permit parking” zones, where only vehicles with a valid permit are allowed to park.
  • Certain types of vehicles, such as heavy goods vehicles, may be restricted from parking in certain areas.
  • The Council may fine, tow or clamp vehicles that are parked in violation of the bye-laws.

Overall, the Waterford City and County Council’s Control of Parking Bye-Laws are designed to ensure that parking in the area is managed effectively and efficiently. By following the bye-laws, drivers assist in traffic management and reduce the risk of accidents and other problems.

The Council will consider any submissions or observations made in writing regarding the Draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws 2023.  Submissions should be lodged with Aideen Jacob, Administrative Officer, Roads Department, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford or by email to ajacob@waterfordcouncil.ie to be received before 4.00pm on Thursday 9th February, 2023.

Draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws 2023

The Metropolitan District of Waterford in exercise of the powers conferred on it by Section 131A of the Local Government Acts 1925 to 2014, Section 36 of the Road Traffic Act, 1994, as amended, and by Section 101 of the Road Traffic Act, 1961, as amended, hereby gives notice that it has prepared Draft Control of  Parking Bye-Laws for the regulation and control of parking in respect of the area comprising the Metropolitan District of Waterford.

The Draft Bye-Laws are available for inspection below and during normal office hours from Tuesday 27th December to Thursday 26th January 2023at the Council’s Customer Services Departments in Civic Offices, Dungarvan and Bailey’s New Street, Waterford.

The Council will consider any submissions or observations made in writing regarding the Draft Control of Parking Bye-Laws 2023.  Submissions should be lodged with Aideen Jacob, Administrative Officer, Roads Department, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford or by email to ajacob@waterfordcouncil.ie to be received before 4.00pm on Thursday 9th February, 2023.

4 Active Travel Public Consultations closing on 1 November

We currently have 4 Active Travel Public Consultations open, and that will close on next Tuesday November 1st.

The registration process is a one-time process and your account can be used for all of the Council’s future online public consultations. You will be able to record your submissions across multiple consultations and save the progress of partially completed submissions to complete at a later date.

 

Waterford City & County Age Friendly Alliance survey

This survey is being carried out on behalf of Waterford City and County Age Friendly Alliance. The Alliance wishes to ensure that priority issues relating to the quality of life of older people are addressed in a coordinated way by a variety of local bodies. The Age Friendly Strategy is intended to help to achieve this.

The intention of this survey is to gather the views of members of the community and of older members in particular,  about the things which contribute to a high quality of life for older people.

By completing this questionnaire you will contribute significantly to the preparation of the Age Friendly Strategy for Waterford. Responses to the questionnaire are confidential and no specific comment or information is attributable to any individual.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7PJHD3N