Council to talk on concerns on parking

By Echo Reporter

SOUTH DUBLIN County Council are prepared to meet business owners and residents over concerns about parking in Lucan village.

This follows a question tabled by Councillor Ed O’Brien at this month’s Lucan Area Committee meeting of SDCC.

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Cllr O’Brien asked “that this Area Committee, borne out of frustration with the manner in which the current parking scheme in Lucan village and surrounding areas is being operated, calls on this County Council to review the current arrangement with the operator and report back to this committee.”

The council replied that the introduction of the parking scheme and adoption of parking bye-laws, including Lucan Village and surrounding areas in 2004, was primarily to address parking issues, turnover of spaces and to better manage parking for the benefit of businesses and residents.

They added: “ Generally, the council has been satisfied with the operation of pay-parking and the enforcement of same.

"However, if business owners and residents now have concerns, the council, as has been the case over the years, is prepared to meet with their representatives in order to determine the issues and to address same”.

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