Permanent Road Closure of junction of Dornden Park at
Bellevue Court, Booterstown

DLRCC Traffic Section will be permanently closing to vehicular traffic the cul-de-sacjunction of Dornden Park at Bellevue Court forming a cul-de-sac at Bellevue Court. Pedestrian and cycle access will be maintained.

The date of the intended permanent road closure is Monday 20th September 2010.

The above traffic management measure is to prevent commuter traffic driving through Bellevue Court which is a private residential road.

Site work will start on Monday 20th September 2010 and is expected to take 2 days to complete.

Any interested party may lodge an objection in writing with the Senior Engineer, Traffic Section, at our address below, before 4pm on Monday 6th September 2010.

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  1. The County Council Transportation Department sent the following e-mail to councillors yesterday:

    Dear Councillors,

    DLRCC Traffic Section have within the past few months been in discussions with the representatives of Dornden Park and Bellevue Court, Booterstown regarding the closing off of this route to vehicular traffic further to ongoing requests from residents for measures to deal with the level of through traffic in these residential estates. We have also carried out traffic counts in the area, which indicate a significant amount of through traffic from Trimleston onto the Rock Road passing through Dornden and Bellevue Court especially in the morning peak period.

    The Dornden Park representatives liaised with the management companies involved in the Bellevue Court development (which is a private development) regarding the proposal to make this a cul de sac. Both groups of residents are now in agreement as to their requirement for dealing with the traffic issues in this area. It has been decided to proceed with the proposal to make a cul de sac at the boundary of Dornden Park and Bellevue Court. Pedestrian and cycle access will be maintained.

    We have consulted with the Gardaí in Blackrock and Donnybrook and both have stated that they have no objection to the proposal. A Public Notice was placed in the Irish Times on the 12th August 2010 outlining the proposal and giving until 6th September 2010 for any submissions. No submissions have been received.

    It is now intended to proceed with this cul de sac and close the route on the 20th September.

    Transportation Department.

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