Expired Public Consultations 2021


From time to time, Waterford City & County Council asks for the public's input and opinion on proposed developments in Waterford. Different projects and plans may have periods of public consultation, during which members of the public can make observations on proposed developments or can contribute ideas to proposed projects.

Projects regarding which the public's consultation was requested in 2021, but whose consultation period has expired, are listed below:


  • Traffic Calming Scheme Along the R675 Bunmahon, Co. Waterford
  • Waterford City Public Infrastructure Project- Flood Defences West
  • Traffic Calming Scheme at Little Patrick Street, Waterford
  • Traffic Calming Scheme, Bank Lane, Waterford – New Footpath and Resurfacing of Carriageway (Active Travel)
  • Proposed Traffic Calming Scheme - Fisherman’s Hall, Dunmore East (Active Travel)
  • Comhairliúchán Poiblí Bailte Seirbhíse Gaeltachta - Gaeltacht Service Towns Public Consultation
  • Proposal to Declare a Road to be Public : Road linking L5521 Kilbarry Road to L5522 Lacken Road, Waterford
  • Part 8 Carrick Road Urban Improvement Scheme, Portlaw, Co. Waterford
  • Part 8 development of Mahon Bridge Car Park, Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford
  • Proposed development at Fennells Pub & Uniackes Shop, Main Street, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford
  • Town Centre Public Realm Works, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford
  • Proposed Development at premises formerly known as Moore’s Hotel, Main Street, Cappoquin, Co Waterford
  • Proposed Part 8 Development of a Housing Pilot Scheme on The Green, Cappoquin, Co Waterford
  • Proposed construction of access ramp to South East Greenway at Abbey Road, Abbeylands, Ferrybank
  • Proposed Footpath Construction and Junction Improvement Works in Villierstown
  • Proposed Development of Social Housing Scheme, at Fountain Street, Ferrybank, Waterford
  • Proposed Development of Group Housing Scheme, Green Road, Waterford
  • Traffic Calming Scheme - L3043 High Street, Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford
  • Section 38, Traffic Calming Scheme - Aglish, Co. Waterford
  • Transboundary Environmental Public Consultation re: the life of Doel Nuclear Power Plants, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Section 38, Traffic Calming Scheme - Faithlegg School, Coolbunnia, Co. Waterford
  • Proposed Alterations, Refurbishment and ancillary works at Mount Congreve House, Co. Waterford
  • Anne Valley Walk: Proposed Improvement Works at Kilcannon and Ballynagorkagh , Co. Waterford
  • Proposal to declare roads serving named developments to be public roads (Taking in Charge)
  • Proposed Traffic Calming Scheme along the L-2005 Knockanore & L-6020 GAA/Community Field approach
  • Proposed Traffic Calming Scheme on R634 Youghal Rd towards Barrack St, Tallow
  • Proposed Traffic Calming Scheme at Horsequarter, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford
  • Traffic Management Proposal - Main St., Dungarvan - Outdoor Seating Arrangements
  • Proposed Traffic Calming Scheme along L3043 Main Street, Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford
  • Proposed Traffic Calming Scheme along the L4500, Upper Queen Street, Portlaw
  • Proposed Construction of Three Banner Poles and new railings at Bishop’s Palace Waterford
  • Proposed One-Way system - Hennessy's Road, Waterford
  • Section 177AE - Proposed Extension to existing car park at Mahon Falls
  • Road improvement works along the R-674 at Maoil a’ Chóirne, An Rinn
  • Traffic Calming Scheme, R673 College Road & Tower Hill Road, Ardmore, Co. Waterford
  • Traffic Calming Scheme, Strandside Junction, Abbeyside, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford
  • Notice of Intention to Extinguish the Public Right of Way over Ferrylane, Ferrybank, Waterford
  • Proposed One-Way system - Coffee House Lane, Waterford
  • Notice of Intention to Abandon the Slip Lane from the N25 to the R676 at Lemybrien, Waterford
  • Traffic Calming Scheme at Garranbane National School
  • Review of Bye-Laws 2021
  • Proposed One-Way system, Crossbridge Street, Dungarvan
  • Rural Traffic Calming Scheme, N25 at Carroll's Cross
  • Proposed Review of Casual Trading Bye-Laws
  • Waterford's Digital Strategy