Re: Re: college green/ o’connell street plaza and pedestrians
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On the basis of current densities there is little justification for the metro,
however the two local authorities for this route are Dublin City Council and Fingal who are both local authorities that have track records of delivering both development and reasonable protection for heritage.
Bearing in mind that metro north will not arrive until 2012 at the earliest this gives time for local action area plans to be drafted and commented upon by the stakeholders, for the appropriate sites to be assembled and for the developments to be completed about the time of or slightly prior to completion of the Metro.
TP doesn’t give free investment advice often but in this case I will there are a large number of industrial units on both sides of the Swords bypass this area will be the new Sandyford in 6 to 7 years time.
I have also received soundings as to how the metro will be specified and have full confidence that the RPA will deliver a system that addresses all my previous concerns between Stephens Greeen and Swords.