March 21, 2003
INPUT GROUP ARCHIVES (ONE)
MAINLY ADAMSTOWN 2001/2002 ITEMS
- the size of Galway City with just one Development
It is now or never for your input on
the Adamstown development in Lucan, literally. NOW or
If you dont make a submission now you will be
excluded from the process which will bring over 20,000
new inhabitants to Lucan (Adamstown itself is equivalent
to a town the size of Ennis) and it will transform Lucan
to the population of Galway City
all situated off
the Newcastle Road up from Superquinn.
Given the new planning process that covers Adamstown, as
a strategic development zone, ( SDZ) if
you dont make a submission at this stage
you wont be able to make an appeal to An Bord
Pleanala AND there is only one chance to make an appeal
on the whole proposal which will govern how Adamstown
in developed over the next few years. There will be lots
While we welcome much of the approach that South Dublin County
Council (SDCC) have adopted around how Adamstown will
be developed, you can be certain that the Developers will
not like many of our proposals and constraints. They will
argue their position strongly at appeal.
Make sure you can have your position heard too
so get in the submission game
Influence the plan to be presented to the Councilors for
Make a submission to SDCC by next Monday
Send it to:
South Dublin County Council
PO Box 4122
(01) 414 9104
Sick of how long it takes you to get
. Make sure you can get there in the future
Make sure Adamstown in not developed until there is proper
transportational infrastructure in place with the capacity
& services to carry passengers on roads, rail &
buses, and flood management provisions for all of Lucan
DELIVER IT RIGHT
or NOT AT ALL !
Be in a position to have your concerns raised at appeal time.
If you are not in
Lucan will loose and so will you
There is a copy of the plan in Lucan Library which you can
The FIG has been very active in looking at this development
from the start, and trying to influence constructively
for all concerned.
These are the types of issues that we are concerned about,
and which you might like to consider in your own submission.
The development is broken into small developments
which are phased in line with requirements to provide
certain things. Many of these statements need to be specified
in more detail to be effective.
There are requirements specified for each phase of the
development around such things as roads, rail etc. However
what is really important is that there is an operational
service in place which has the ability
to carry passengers embarking at Adamstown. Two or four
railway lines and a station arent any good without
a service !
Capacity of Services: The phasing
needs also to take account of availability of the service
at Adamstown its no good if the train or bus can
physically hold x amount if it is full!
Heuston Connections: The railway
yes its great to hear how it is progressing
but who wants to commute to Heuston ?
For this to be a valuable transport link
which people will want to use
there needs to be excellent onward connections from
Heuston. So the
phasing needs to specify this as well, railway tracks
do not mean there is a service!
Be aware that there
are only 300 parking spaces at the Station as this
service is clearly not expected that this service will
be available in a significant way to the rest of Lucan.
No Environmental Impact Assessment
has been done to assess the impact on Lucan of this proposal
and to ascertain from different perspectives the viability
of putting 20,000 people in a high rise, high density
development here. The development will be broken up into
small phases and before you know it it will
all be there, without ongoing checks and balances.
We want an overall
EIS and then subsequent ones at each phase. Forget the
legal requirements what makes sense?
will have a huge impact on the area and adjacent counties.
Major infrustructural investment needs to be properly
The studies the
councilors & we requested by completed before this
plan was published are not available yet. It is essential
an EIS is done now.
15 storeys high who
was it that told us Adamstown would not be high-rise.
With is 38 meters high and Adamstown will have buildings
20ft higher than that. Buildings around the Newcastle
Road can be 5 storeys high at corners and also have tall
landmark buildings. Not very consistent with the adjacent
developments in the area
Supermarkets there should
be explicit requirements for one.
Remember lots of
other developments will continue to happen in Lucan at
the same time.
Theres a need
for more Childcare
Provisions in the development if you have
to get in your car to drop your kids off outside Adamstown
you will stay in it and drive to work.
All Construction traffic accessing the
site must be required to enter via the proposed haul roads
and these must be constructed before any development is
allowed. The Haul Road needs to keep traffic off Lucans
already congested road. Thousands of trucks will need
to access this site. The need for controlled access needs
to be explicit in the plan.
We want a Tonnage limit for traffic on the Newcastle Road between .. ???
We want Enforcement Provisions specified
in detail in the plan to deter developers from over-stepping
the mark, and to make clear what is permissible.
School Buildings dont
mean we will have a school that kids can go to.
It needs to be staffed
and kitted out. The Phasing needs to specify the schools
need to be operational before further phases of development
bringing more people proceed.
Lack of really Effective Communication
about such a significant development few people
in Lucan really understand what is happening did
SDCC tell you ?
We need your support.
You need your support !!
All we want is responsible
controlled development it would make a change !
Contact us at FIG@ireland.com
c/o 1 Brookpark,
Lucan, Co Dublin.
Send us a copy of
your submission & contact details
Once you get your
submission in to the council put pressure on your
Councillors, and TDs.
If no one cares
no one will care until it is too late ! We do get
development wrong in Ireland, especially in Lucan.
Never again !!! Its in your hands !
Monday 27th.January we met with An Tanaiste
Ms Mary Harney T'D at her request. Following this
positive meeting we have written to An Tanaiste
and have detailed the items we discussed, which
An Tanaiste indicated her intention to both address
and support us on.
Tuesday 28th was the first of three public
meetings in relation to Adamstown between the
Council's Planning Department and local
representative groups. Two members of the DTO
also attended the meeting. More information on
both these meetings will be available next week.
are a little over two weeks left (18th Feb.) to
make a submission on the Adamstown draft
Planning Scheme. There will he no further
opportunity by the local community to have any
input in this development. There is one copy of the
plan in the Lucan Library, during opening hours.
I his development will transform Lucan - which is
already growing at an astronomical rate --to an
area with the population of Galway City.
Finnstown Input Group acknowledges the need
for housing We demand the need for responsible,
controlled and managed, viable and sustainable
developments, with a reasonable quality of life for
those within and around it.
not leave it up to other people to ensure this development has
the necessary control measures in place. Make your own submission
before the 18th of' February to South Dublin County Council..
Only those who make a written submission can appeal the scheme
to An Bord Pleanala within 4 weeks of the SDCC decision. Contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Following a recent article in a
Sunday newspaper Cllr Derek Keating, and Deputy Paul Gogarty
put down 2 separate motions at last Mondays Council meeting
to have the planning process for Adamstown suspended until the
contents of the article have been investigated. The Councils
Law agent rebutted both motions without any explanation.
commend Councillor Keating & Deputy Gogarty on their actions
to ensure all issues in relation to planning in Lucan are debated
openly, so that public confidence can be established in the
process and participants. We fail to understand why the law
agent would not allow these motions to be debated in the council
chambers. We are also surprised & concerned at the lack
of support they received from other councillors, particularly
those representing this area.
We have written formally to our TD's, The Tanaiste,
Paul Gogarty TD and John Curran TD to ask them to initiate actions
on this matter and indeed other concerns we have regarding the
handling of numerous controversion planning & development
controversies in Lucan, such as
Laraghcon, Weston Aerodrome, the ORR and overall planning
& traffic congestion. We await their response.
Timescale for Adamstown planning
In January we start the last phase
of opportunity for YOU the people of Lucan to have an input
on how Adamstown is developed, because it follows a special
new planning process. Because its following a new process
you have limited opportunity to respond and try to influence
this plan. We will publish timescales for the process on this
website and in Lucans Superquinn centre & The Eurospar
Census figures have confirmed that
Lucan is the fastest growing town in Ireland. Adamstown will
increase the present population by another 60%. That will make
Lucan larger than Waterford City; we know Lucans current
state of traffic. Lets ensure that all issues that come with
this development are phased in this plan, public transport,
schools, fire station, health care, lack recreational facilities
for the increasing number youth. Please take the time to play
your part in Lucans future.
Finnstown Input Group
like to extend our best wishes to John Curran, Mary Harney &
Paul Gogarty who were elected to represent the people of Lucan/Clondalkin.
We look forward to a good working relationship between the FIG and the
three newly elected TDs.
We would also like to wish Austin Currie
& Liam Lawlor our best wishes on their retirements
Additionally we extend our best wishes to Joanna Tuffy who was
most gracious having lost out on the final count to Paul Gogarty.
Over the coming years
Lucan will see dramatic changes with several major new housing
and commercial developments. While we welcome this growth it
needs to be preceded by necessary transportational infrastructure,
( public transport in particular ), together with other social
infrastructure such as schools, and other amenities. This is
essential to ensuring a quality of life for both the present
and future population, and the viability of new developments.
School places have already reached crisis point with some schools
having to resort to running lotteries to allocate places for
the forthcoming year.
South Dublin County
Council will soon put on display a draft Strategic Development
Zone ( SDZ ), planning scheme for Adamstown for a six-week period.
This is a new process intended to facilitate fast-tracking of
alone will add an additional 21,250 people to the existing population
of 30,000, which would make Lucan larger than Waterford City.
This project is seen
as largely dependent on the Kildare Rail line being upgraded
and a new Train Station being built at Adamstown. We remain
very sceptical of the Government & Irish Rails ability
to deliver this new service in the early years of Adamstown,
and we know its capacity will fall far short of new demand.
As with much of the infrastructure it falls outside the bounds
of SDCCs remit to ensure it is delivered.
to ensure we are not faced with complete gridlock in Lucan for
years to follow, we must ensure SDCC control the phasing of
development with the provision of all of the necessary infrastrucuture.
This is within their control
It is essential
that community groups and individuals make their thoughts on
this development clear to SDCC and their local Representatives,
before and during the next consultation process.
: Infrastructure before development
like to see our newly elected TDs use their voice on our
behalf to ensure that Lucan receives the necessary Rail &
Bus infrastructure in advance of development, and that a significant
priority is placed on public transportation subsidised
if necessary. The current proposals
are very orientated towards road improvements. This will not
solve current or future gridlock. It is an undisputed fact that
roads only serve to add to congestion.
Do you want
to live in your house or your car ?
Thanks to every-one who supported the campaign over
the last number of weeks. Your support made a real difference
in focusing the mind of the councillors and the officials of
SDCC on this matter.
In Summary, the Local Area Plan was passed unanimously
by the Councillors, following the amendment of the plan with
31 motions, of which we had proposed those detailed below. These
are fundamentally focused on controlling the development in
line with provision of necessary flood & transportation
infrastructure. We were pleased with the result. While our motions
were not passed in their entirety, the objectives of the elected
councillors in passing this plan were clearly evidenced. We
thank them for their support, and look forward to their vigilance
in ensuring the will of the people and the interests of the
existing & new population are preserved.
It is really important for people to realise, this
is still not over. New
plans will be produced in accordance with the SDZ process,
for phases of the development, and these must be reviewed with
a level of vigilance unlike anything we have encountered to
date. Because, new legislation constraints severely your ability to appeal these plans
in the future. In fact you will only have four weeks to
appeal them to An Bord Pleanala after they have been passed,
and after that you cant. It is our hope, that the objectives
outlined in the local Area Plan will be observed within the
new plan(s). If not, well then it is battle-stations !
We have also requested the Tanaiste, who is also
our local TD to request the Minister for the Environment &
Local Government, to employ his full legislative powers to specify
and have conducted a full Environmental Impact Assessment on
the Area, for this plan. It is outrageous that the planning
process has gone so far without a sanity check being performed
on the totality of what is being proposed. The Tanaiste indicated
she felt there was merit in our suggestion, and indicated in
writing her willingness to approach the Minister on this matter.
Please feel free to email us @ email@example.com
should you wish to become involved further or appraised of the
Motions Proposed for the
Agenda on the Proposed Adamstown Local Area Plan Meeting
Councillors J. Curran, D. Doherty-Ryan
The objective of this motion is to ensure
that the phasing of all the development of Adamstown is managed
in line with the capacity of the transportational infrastructure
to support it.
Planning Permission for all residential & commercial
developments in Adamstown, be provided strictly on the basis
of the availability of an adequate transportational infrastructure
which can reasonably accommodate the proposed new residents
of Adamstown, and adjacent communities.
The adequacy of that transportational infrastructure,
must be determined as a result of reports by
Those reports should assess the demand likely for
shared aspects of the transportational infrastructure through
Lucan, such as roads, the railway line and its city links, in
the context of significant or phased developments proposed for
The assessments should be based on demand from both
developments planned & lands zoned for (residential) development
in the domain of SDCC and Kildare County Council, over similar
timeframes to those proposed for Adamstown, at a minimum.
The terms of reference for the reports should be
agreed by the councillors, and open to amendment by them
The necessary transportational infrastructure should
ideally be provided in advance or in parallel to the development
of Adamstown. In such cases where planning permission for development
is being sought on the basis of necessary infrastructure, which
is to be delivered in parallel to development, to meet the requirements
of the new population; then funding for that infrastructure must be sanctioned by
the appropriate authority & secure, and necessary resources
and timeframes for its delivery be clearly committed to
by the appropriate agencies to reasonably demonstrate that it
will be completed in line with the development proposed.
6. Councillors J. Curran, P.Gogarty,
D. Keating, J. Tuffy & D. Doherty-Ryan
"That South Dublin County Council shall develop
an Integrated Transport framework plan within 12 months of this
Local Area plan being adopted or before the notice for the first
SDZ draft planning scheme is
The terms of reference
for the report should be agreed by the councillors
Councillors should be consulted before the terms
of reference are agreed
8. Councillors J. Curran, P.Gogarty,
D. Keating, J. Tuffy & D. Doherty-Ryan
That South Dublin County Council shall review and
adjust if necessary the residential density it is planning for
Adamstown so that the population planned is met by the assessed
capacity of the transport infrastructure when the Integrated
Framework Plan is available.
9. Councillors J. Curran, P.Gogarty,
D. Keating, J. Tuffy & D. Doherty-Ryan
"That in order to ensure no further congestion
of Newcastle road during the construction of Adamstown it is
recommended that a 3 ton limit is imposed on the Newcastle road,
between the Westbury Estate & the Railway bridge during
the development of the Adamstown lands, and that the Principal roads as indicated in fig 6.3
pg. 18 and detailed in Section 2.4.8
of the LAP be constructed and completed within 12 months of
the commencement of the development, and/or te prinhat the development
be constrained until the appropriate infrastructure is in place.
in order to ensure no further congestion of the Newcastle Road
during the construction of Adamstown it is recommended that
the principle North, South, East and West Roads be constructed
and completed in tandem with development
10. Councillors J. Curran, P.Gogarty,
D. Keating, J. Tuffy & D. Doherty-Ryan
"That the development of the Adamstown lands
be undertaken at a level strictly phased in line with the delivery
of the Public Transport and Road Network Improvements as detailed
in ( the plan )
2.4.5, 2.4.6 and 2.4.7 of the LAP,
and requisite flood management provisions."
Councillors J. Curran, D. Doherty-Ryan
That planning permission for residential &
commercial developments in Adamstown, be provided strictly on
the basis of the assessment and the pre-requisite implementation
of an adequate flood management infrastructure for the area,
and the implementation of any outstanding or additional short
to medium term recommendations for the Greater Lucan area.
The adequacy of that flood management infrastructure
should be determined on the basis of an independent report from
an independent report from am eminent consultancy, on the flood
management requirements for the Greater Lucan & Newcastle
The study should include a cumulative assessment
of the proposed developments for the area, those underway already , the Adamstown
development itself, and proposed road & rail infrastructure,
as viewed over the next 6 year timeframe.
The flood management requirement should be re-assessed
on a two yearly basis at a minimum, or with each new phase of
development of Adamstown, or as required, whichever comes first.
The terms of reference for these reports should be
agreed and open to amendment by the elected councillors.
14. Councillors J. Curran, P.Gogarty,
D. Keating, J. Tuffy & D. Doherty-Ryan
That South Dublin County Council shall carry out a flood management report of Adamstown within
12 months of this local area plan being adopted or before the notice for
the first SDZ draft planning scheme is issued (ref. Planning and Development Act 2000, Part
IX, Section 169 (1) (a) & (b) ). All major
recommendations need to be implemented in line with development.
The terms of reference for the reports should be agreed by the councillors.
Councillors should be consulted before the terms of
reference are agreed
Councillors J. Curran, D. Doherty-Ryan
- No change
That the council strictly uphold two statements they
have made in the Local Area Plan in the section marked Appendix
4 of the Proposed Adamstown Local Area Plan, in relation to
this matter as follows:
design & layout of buildings and spaces to preserve local
of an integrated belt of parks and open spaces to preserve local
The FIG held a
meeting in The Finnstown House Hotel on Tuesday night, the purpose
of which was to get an update from the Councillors on all motions
being put forward on the Adamstown Plan. John Curran, Paul Gogarty,
Derek Keating, Teresa Ridge, and Joanna Tuffy attended. Deirdre
Doherty Ryan sent her apology.
Members of the
Finnstown Input group stressed the importance of the need for
all our motions to be included in their entirety (www.deliveritright.com)
Its still not quite clear the significance between the
Local Area Plan and a Strategic Development Plan (SDZ). All
Councillors were asked to consider voting NO to
this plan on Monday if the necessary time frames and checkpoints
were not included. They were willing to consider this option,
feel that a more
detailed plan will be available at the SD/ phase where further
submissions can be made. They have agreed to seek clarification
on some of the motions and to have amendments made using data
from the Planning and Development Act 2000.
On Wednesday afternoon
there was a meeting at the offices of an Táiniste Ms Mary Harney,
(at her invitation). 3 members of the FIG, along with members
from Hillcrest Residents Association and from Finnstown
Fairways attended it. The meeting lasted about an hour, where
all present briefed An Táiniste on our concerns. A letter from
the FIG was presented to Ms Harney with a number of required
responses regarding Adamstown. Ms Ham6y agreed to look into
a number of issues and report back to the group within 2 weeks.
We look forward to this. The letter presented can be seen on
the Finnstown Input site.
Our roadside poster
campaign is proving a huge success. A short message will be
generated to all of the 26 Councillors seeking support for the
6 motions we put forward. We understand the concerns of some
residents of Lucan regarding our posters, but we will ensure
that all posters will be taken down once this campaign is over.
All posters have been placed in the greater Lucan area and not
in the village.
We would like to
acknowledge significant donations by Finnstown Fairways and
Hillcrest Residents Association towards the cost of the posters.
If you wish to have some input on Adamstown, contact our group
FINNSTOWN INPUT GROUP
meeting took place last week between all the Lucan Councillors
and John Curran from Clondalkin. The purpose of this meeting
was to have a number of motions regarding Adamstown agreed on
by all the Lucan Councillors submitted to the County Manager.
All Councillors present were very supportive and 5 motions were
agreed, to be submitted with their approval. These motions and
the Plan will be voted on at a special Council meeting-taking
place on July 1 6th. Members of the Finnstown Input
group will lobby all 26 Councillors vigorously in the next 2
weeks to ensure they support their Lucan colleagues on these
motions, a straight majority is required to have them passed.
The Fig will also embark on a major awareness campaign on Adamstown.
This will be done in a number of ways. The first will be a roadside
poster display, which will go up on all major junctions between
the Leixlip interchange on the N4 and the M50. If you wish to
support us click on www.deliveritright.com. A short message will be sent to all Councillors
& T.D.s of the area, including the Minister of Environment
and opposition spokespersons. This is your opportunity to support
the FIG and to ensure Adamstown will be developed with the necessary
For more information see the insert in this weeks Newsletter
( 8th. July 2001).
Finnstown Input Group
What is the Finnstown
It is a
new voluntary umbrella group for residents in the Finnstown
Goals are to
the quality of the Living environment in the Finnstown
constructive input to developments in the Finnstown
area, both proposed & required.
were we formed?
is continuing to expand. We want to try to see that
its done in a sustainable way.
- We want
proper facilities to be put in place for new and existing
residents, so that the quality of your living environment
your Views be Heard : Contact us
Finnstown Shopping Centre, Newcastle Road
or Brian at 087 687 5561
What do you know about it ?
a new town to be built in Lucan!
a new type of town, High density, High Rise.
alone will increase lucans current population
by two-thirds in less than 10 years
29,000 Live in Lucan
will add a further 21,500
will be an area of just over 500 acres - the size
of Luttrellstown Castle & Golf Course!
alone, will be larger than Tralee (population 19,950),
Kilkenny (18,696), Sligo (18,509) or Ennis (17,726).
What will Adamstown
mean to you?
mean many things. Areas we need to influence are: Major
Construction Traffic, Access Routes, Public Transport,
Amenities, Flood Management
.. i.e. the general
infrastructure & the management of the plan.
date for public input is June 5th
Current Consultation Process with the Public ends soon
. on June 5th.
one copy of the proposed plans for the Adamstown development
available from the desk in Lucan Library! Have a look.
Talk to us.
LucanNewsletter & local papers for details from
Dublin County Council Information Evenings on Adamstown
to hold two public meetings Have you heard of
are holding 2 information evenings on the Adamstown
Development next week
Public Meetings on the Plans for Adamstown will take
& 24th May
6.30 pm to 8.00 pm
St Josephs, Chapel Hill, Lucan Village
will present the plan and you can ask questions. All
residents of Lucan are invited.
views known on: Construction Traffic, Access Routes,
Population Density, Amenities, Public Transport, Flood
Immediate Objectives are to:
* Promote awareness regarding the Adamstown Development &
proposals, in the local community.
* Provide an immediate focal point for consolidating constructive
the Adamstown planning process.
* Strive to ensure that:
* Adequate infrastructure is provided for this significant new
community (17,500 - 21,500 people)
* The impact of all phases of development of Adamstown development
minimised on the existing Finnstown & adjacent communities.
* The visual & practical impact of the Adamstown plan on
our lives and
living environments is minimised
* Pursue re-assessment of the proposed access routes and traffic
We acknowledge Dublin's need for housing. Lets ensure that this
is one we can always be proud off.
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Unit 2 Finnstown Shopping Centre, Newcastle Rd, Lucan.
at 087 6875561
your views heard. Your input can make a difference.
Mr Paul Hogan,
Senior Executive Planner, Adamstown Development Programme Planner,
The Senior Administrative
Officer, Planning Department, SDCC, PO Box 4122,Town Centre,
Re: Proposed Adamstown
Local Area Plan
Dear Sir(s) and/or
I am writing on
behalf of the Finnstown Input Group (The F.I.G.), to make two
- An extension
to the review & consultation period currently being undertaken
for the proposed Adamstown Development. This current review
stage is due to conclude we believe on June 5th 2001.
- A statement
outlining the public developmental and planning review process
to be undertaken for this development, in the case of it being
deemed a Strategic Development Zone, or the alternative processes
if it is not so deemed.
The request for
an extension is made primarily in the light of three factors:
- The practical
problems experienced with the initial Public Consultation
Process, which included distribution and publicisation issues.
This led to a consequential extension period, which while
welcome was acknowledged to be informal and under-publicised.
- The fundamental
significance of the development proposed, which needs to accommodate
an effective green-field development for in and around 21,250
- The significance
of the outstanding decision by an Bord Pleanala on the Outer
Ring Road development, and the consequences for the proposed
access routes for Adamstown.
shortcomings of the initial consultation process were generously
acknowledged in the recent Adamstown Development Local Area
Plan document. However, they have undoubtedly, however unintentionally,
led to an undemocratic & inappropriate lack of understanding,
regarding the significance of this development in adjacent &
impacted areas. These problems undoubtedly undermined the fundamental
objective of the consultation process from the outset.
A development of
this size will clearly have an impact on surrounding and adjacent
areas. This development will provide much needed residential
accommodation in the Dublin/Kildare areas, and the planning
for this will need to be most carefully considered and managed.
The Public Consultation Processes and Checkpoints have been
provided for a reason. In the face of the size of this proposal,
the need to assimilate & respond to it in a considered fashion,
and in recognition of the issues experienced with the consultation
process to date, we believe our request for and extension to
Friday June 22nd to be wholly reasonable, and in the best interests
of all involved.
The Finnstown Input
Group (The F.I.G), on whose behalf these requests are being
formally made, is a recently convened umbrella group of residents
and residential groups, in the Finnstown and adjacent communities.
Our stated objectives are to:
improve the quality of the living environment in the Finnstown
- Provide constructive
input into developments required, or proposed for the Finnstown
area, taking into account the needs of existing residents
and expected new residents.
proposed Adamstown development figures significantly on our
agenda at present. We look forward to working with South Dublin
County Council, its Councillors, all of our elected representatives,
existing residents and groups such as the Lucan Together for
Quality of Living, to making sure the Adamstown Development
is a success for both new & existing communities.
We await your response
to both matters, namely a clarification of the processes, and
an extension to the current review phase.
We would also be
delighted to be included in your circulation for information
pertinent to this area. Finally, should we need to present our
requests to another party for consideration, please forward
them immediately on our behalf and advise us of it.
Attracta Uí Bhroin
& Paul van Kampen
to the Finnstown Input Group.
South Dublin County
Paul Gogarty, Derek
Keating, Joanna Tuffy, Deirdre Doherty-Ryan
An Tanaiste Mary
Austin Curry TD,
Liam Lawlor TD, Brian Lenihan TD,
Minister for Environment
& Local Government, Noel Dempsey
Lucan Together for Quality of Living
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