Expired Public Consultations 2022


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 2022, but whose consultation period has expired, are listed below:


  • Active Travel Scheme - Davitt’s Quay & Devonshire Bridge, Dungarvan – Raised Pedestrian Crossings
  • Active Travel Scheme - Old Hospital Road at Southways – Junction Tightening
  • Active Travel Scheme - Shandon Road at Cois Abha & Colligan View – Pedestrian Crossing
  • Active Travel Scheme - Shandon Road – New Footpaths and Junction Tightening
  • Active Travel Scheme - Convent Hill, Tramore – Place making & traffic calming scheme
  • Active Travel Scheme - Knockateemore, Dungarvan
  • Planning Application for proposed Awel y Mȏr Offshore Windfarm, 10km off coast of North Wales
  • Carrick-on-Suir to Kilmeaden Greenway Project – Feasibility Study
  • Construction of Pedestrian Crossing with Traffic Lights, Convent Road, Tallow
  • Road improvement works along the L-3011 / R-675 - Ballinroad
  • Draft Waterford City & Council (Prevention and Control of Litter) Bye Laws 2022
  • Urban Animation Scheme – “City of Lights”
  • Waterford Community Safety Plan
  • Proposal to rename “Church Road, Lisduggan” to “Slí an Athar Gréagóir/ Fr. Gregory Way”
  • Proposal to rename “Cork Road” R680 to Bóthar na hOllscoile/University Road”
  • Waterside Car Park - Continuation of Use
  • Improvement Works to sea wall at Clonea
  • Section 38, N72 Lismore Traffic Calming Scheme (Phase 1)
  • Active Travel Scheme - New Footpath & Pedestrian Crossing - Cheekpoint village
  • Footpath & Pedestrian Crossing Works - R673, Ardmore
  • Traffic Calming Scheme - L4033, Brown Street, Portlaw
  • Traffic Calming Scheme - N72 Lismore
  • Active Travel Scheme - Cheekpoint village – Pedestrian Crossing
  • Active Travel Scheme - Fr Twomey’s Road, Dungarvan – Pedestrian Crossing
  • Active Travel Scheme - An Grianán, Dungarvan - Footpath and crossing point upgrades
  • Active Travel Scheme - Newtown, Tramore - Pedestrian & Cyclist Scheme
  • Proposed Walking Trail at Cappoquin, Co. Waterford
  • Blackwater River Valley - Outdoor Recreation Feasibility Study
  • Active Travel Scheme - Pairc Ui Fearchair, Dungarvan – Pedestrian Crossing
  • Scéim Mhoillithe Tráchta - Oibreacha Breise Feabhsúcháin Bóthair feadh an R-674 An Rinn
  • Active Travel Scheme - Footpath Construction - Bayview to Youghal Road, Dungarvan
  • Traffic Calming Scheme - Commencement along R680 Old Kilmeaden Road, Co. Waterford
  • Traffic Calming Scheme - Aglish– Additional Road Improvement Works along L-2012/L-2014
  • Traffic Calming Scheme & Road Improvement Works, R666 Ballyduff Village
  • Dungarvan to Mallow Greenway Feasibility Study
  • Part 8 Development, Dunhill Village Urban Road and Footpath Improvement Works
  • Active Travel Scheme : Section 38, Pedestrian and Cycling improvements at Farronshoneen
  • Section 177AE, Planning & Development Act 2000 - Proposed Extension to existing car park at Mahon Falls
  • Active Travel Scheme : Knockanduff Road, Tramore – Signalised Pedestrian Crossing
  • Traffic Calming Scheme - Commencement along R681 & L3036, Kill Village, Co. Waterford
  • Active Travel Scheme - Junction and Road Realigmnment at Cluain Garbhán and Pedestrian Crossing at Tournore Park
  • Active Travel Scheme - Coxtown Road, Dunmore East - New Footpath and Pedestrian Crossing
  • Active Travel Scheme - Sallybrook, Clonea Road - Junction Realignment
  • Proposal to declare roads at Ard Phiarais, Carrickphierish, Foxwood, Kilbarry & Tramore to be Public Roads
  • Proposal to declare roads serving development at Castlekeep, Dungarvan, to be public roads
  • Footpath Construction and Junction Improvement Works in Villierstown
  • Naming of area in front of Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre