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Share with me your feedback on proposed Cowper Street ‘Green School Zone’

Dublin City Council in partnership with St. Gabriel’s National School on Cowper Street is finalising plans for a ‘Green School Zone’ along the street.

Last week officials from the Parks Department and the team involved with the delivery of safe school zones across the city detailed for local Councillors details of the proposed Green School Zone along Cowper Street. The proposal itself is exciting in terms of improving the streetscape, providing greater safety for students in St. Gabriel’s and enhancing pedestrian facilities too. It will, if implemented, significantly transform the stretch of Cowper Street between Oxmantown Road and Aughrim Street, in my view, for the better.

Notwithstanding that, I’d really welcome your thoughts, suggestions and feedback. So, please take five or ten minutes and review the presentation made to local Councillors and share your thoughts with me at RayMcAdam@gmail.com.

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Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City

Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee

One thought on “Share with me your feedback on proposed Cowper Street ‘Green School Zone’ Leave a comment

  1. That’s great initiative. The Cowper Street should be a safe road for our community. Now it it so busy with all the cars so I could be afraid of going my kids by themselves to School even there is only a 3 min.walk. Greening School area is also very positive step to make that place looking much better then having only concrete around. More trees, more plants, more happy faces;)

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