SPDD public meeting.

SPDD Logo A public meeting in Donabate is being organised to update residents of the peninsula on the infrastructural and housing development issues.

The meeting is being organised on Tuesday, February 6, in the Parish Hall in Donabate at 8pm.
It is being organised by Supporting Proper Development in Donabate (SPDD).
SPDD is not opposed to housing, but wants it developed in a way that is sustainable.
All the TDs and senators in the electoral area have been invited, along with the councillors for the Swords Ward.
The area suffers from chronic infrastructural deficits, with this being exacerbated by the huge volume of construction projects under way at the moment.
There are major concerns about the safety of children, going and coming from school, due to the truck movements particularly on the narrow Portrane Road.
Fingal County Council is planning the development of 1,000 houses – made up of 300 social houses and 200 affordable, with the rest private houses – for the lands at Ballymastone it owns.
SPDD is seeking to be consulted about planned developments in the area, but its efforts have been largely rebuffed by officials and public representatives.
The meeting will outline the efforts by SPDD to engage on the issues affecting the area since the last meeting in September.
These include meetings with the Housing Minister, the county manager and senior officials, and all the area’s TDs and councillors.


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