The second public consultation has been underway since the 25th of May and ends on the 7th of July at 11.59pm. Submissions must be in by this deadline. Everyone who wishes to make a submission is encouraged to do so.
Submissions can be made via the link provided by Fingal County Council on their website:- https://consult.fingal.ie/en/consultation/royal-canal-urban-greenway.
When you click on the above link you can commence an online submission by Clicking:-
+Make a Submission. If you have an account with FCC already log in. If not click “create new account” and follow the steps. You will need to confirm your account by clicking a link sent to your email address. You will now be able to make a free text submission. Follow the options provided while making your submission and choose which you want or do not want.
Alternatively, if you are not comfortable with making an online submission you can write/type a submission and post it to the following address:-
Senior Executive Officer, Planning and Strategic Infrastructure Department, Fingal County Council, County Hall, Main Street, Swords, Co. Dublin, K67 X8Y2. Clearly identify any postal submission as for the “Royal Canal Urban Greenway”. Write this on the front of your envelope.
Delwood Residents’ Association cannot stress enough the importance of engaging with this consultation process by making a submission. Your relatives and friends can also mak submissions.
You may hear it being said that Delwood is against a Greenway. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The debate is about the location of the Greenway.
You also may hear it being said that Delwood residents stole or land-grabbed land. A simple check with Waterways Ireland at their headquarters, 2 Sligo Road, Enniskillen, phone number +442866323004 will confirm the truth that extra garden space was legally sold to some residents by Waterways Ireland.