Clonburris Southern Link Road infrastructure plans lodged

By Aideen O'Flaherty

PLANS for the roads and drainage infrastructure at Clonburris, Adamstown, Grange and Kishoge, have been lodged with South Dublin County Council.

The plans include the development of the public roads and drainage networks, providing access and services for the future development of the southern half of the overall Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) lands.

5 Lynches Lane Adamstown 1

At the outer ring road at Lynch’s Lane heading for Adamstown

The proposed roads infrastructure works are for the construction of c. 4.0km of a new road, known as the Clonburris Southern Link Street, generally consisting of a 7metre-wide single carriageway, plus on either side of the carriageway landscaped verges.

Provision of 1.75m wide off-road cycle tracks and 2m wide footpath including public lighting, trees, 288 on-street car parking spaces (including 26 disabled parking spaces), pedestrian crossings, bus stops and a number of vehicular access spurs to facilitate future development of adjoining lands is included.

A total of eight new junctions, including three junctions to facilitate future road developments within the SDZ, two junctions with proposed local access roads and three new junctions with Hayden’s Lane, Lynch’s Lane and Ninth Lock Road are also proposed.

Permission is being sought for alterations to four existing junctions on Newcastle Road (R120), Grange Castle Road (R136), Fonthill Road (R113), and also to the existing access road to Park and Ride facilities at both Kishoge Station and at Fonthill Station.

The reconfiguration of a c.250m long section of Fonthill Road, including road widening and replacement of existing roundabout with signalised junction, and the reconfiguration of a c.125m long section on Ninth Lock Road, including road widening and provision of a new junction with Clonburris Southern Link Street, forms part of the application.

Construction of two local access roads, consisting of c. 110m long road extending north from the  Clonburris Southern Link Street, and providing access to proposed foul pumping station, and generally consisting of a 6m wide single carriageway plus on either side of the carriageway 2m wide footpath including public lighting, is included in the plans.

A decision on the application, which was lodged by Clonburris Infrastructure Limited, is due from South Dublin County Council by February 24.

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