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7 1985

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (REORGANISATION) ACT, 1985

FIRST SCHEDULE

The Excluded Areas and the Added Areas

Section 10 .

PART I

Interpretation

1. In this Schedule—

(a) a reference to the existing boundary shall be construed as a reference to the boundary of the City as it existed immediately before the commencement of section 10 of this Act,

(b) a reference to an imaginary line drawn along any road, lane, grove, avenue, river, channel or gate shall be construed as a reference to such a line drawn along the centre of such road, lane, grove, avenue, river, channel or gate,

(c) a reference to the point at which any road, lane, grove, avenue, river, channel, gate or imaginary projection intersects or joins any other road, lane, grove, avenue, river, channel, gate or imaginary projection shall be construed as a reference to the point at which a line drawn along the centre of the one or, in the case of an imaginary projection, along the one, would be intersected or joined by a line drawn along the centre of the other or, in the case of an imaginary projection, along the other,

(d) a reference to a point at which any road, lane, river or imaginary projection intersects or joins a boundary shall be construed as a reference to the point at which a line drawn along the centre of such road, lane, river, or, in the case of an imaginary projection, along the projection, would intersect or join such boundary.

PART II

Parts of the City detached therefrom and added to the County by virtue of section 10 (1).

2. (1) The part of the City enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point where the existing boundary meets the western boundary of the Dublin-Belfast railway line at “Howth Junction” Railway Station, thence in a southerly direction along the said western boundary to the point at which it joins Kilbarrack Road, and finally continuing in an easterly direction along Kilbarrack Road and along its imaginary projection (in a south-easterly direction) across Dublin Road to the point at which the said imaginary projection joins the existing boundary on the northern shore of Sutton Creek.

(2) The part of the City which comprises the island of “Ireland's Eye” and all its surrounding islets and rocks.

(3) The part of the City enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point on the existing boundary at the junction of Kimmage Road West and Shelton Grove, thence in a south-easterly direction along Kimmage Road West to the point at which it joins Fortfield Road, and continuing in a south-westerly direction along Fortfield Road to the point at which it joins the existing boundary.

(4) The part of the City enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point on the existing boundary at the junction of Fortfield Road and Templeogue Road, thence in a north-easterly direction along Templeogue Road to the point where the imaginary projection (in a north-westerly direction) of the south-western boundary of Bushy Park is intersected by Templeogue Road, thence in a south-easterly direction along the said imaginary projection and boundary and along its imaginary projection (in a south-easterly direction) to its intersection by the existing boundary.

(5) The part of the City enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point on the existing boundary where the Owendoher River forms a junction with the River Dodder, thence, initially in a north-easterly direction, along the River Dodder to the point where it joins the existing boundary.

(6) The part of the City enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point on the existing boundary where it meets the most western point of the boundary of “Woodview” and Greenfield Park, thence in an easterly direction along the northern boundary of “Woodview” and along its imaginary projection (in an easterly direction) to the point where the said imaginary projection joins Stillorgan Road, and continuing in a south-easterly direction along the Stillorgan Road to the point at which it joins the existing boundary.

(7) The part of the City enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point where the imaginary projection (in a south-westerly direction) of the southeastern boundary of Cranford Lodge intersects the existing boundary, thence initially in a north-easterly direction along the said imaginary projection and the said south-eastern boundary and along the southern boundary of Elm Park Golf Course and along the northern boundary of Bellevue House to its junction with the north-eastern boundary of Bellevue House at its gate lodge, thence in a south-westerly direction along the last-mentioned boundary and along its imaginary projection (in a south-westerly direction) to the point at which it joins the existing boundary.

PART III

Parts of the County detached therefrom and added to the City by virtue of section 10 (2).

3. (1) The part of the County enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point where the existing boundary intersects the Dublin-Belfast railway line at Grange Road, thence in a northerly direction along the western boundary of the Dublin-Belfast railway line to the point at which the said western boundary intersects the Mayne River, then continuing in a westerly direction along the Mayne River and the northern channel of the Mayne River to the point at which the Mayne River intersects the eastern boundary of the Santry By-Pass Extension, then continuing in a south-westerly direction along the eastern boundary of the Santry By-Pass Extension to its intersection by Coolock Lane (Oscar Traynor Road), then continuing in a westerly direction along Coolock Lane (Oscar Traynor Road) to the point at which it joins the Swords Road, then continuing in a southerly direction along Swords Road to the point at which it joins Santry Avenue, then continuing in a westerly direction along Santry Avenue to the point at which it joins Ballymun Road, then continuing in a northerly direction along Ballymun Road to the point at which it joins St. Margaret's Road, then continuing, initially in a westerly direction along St. Margaret's Road to the point at which it joins Jamestown Road, and finally continuing in a southerly direction along Jamestown Road to its point of intersection with the existing boundary.

(2) The part of the County enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point where the existing boundary meets the eastern boundary of Kildonan Townland, thence along a straight line in a south-westerly direction to the point where the existing boundary meets the southern boundary of Kildonan Townland, then continuing in a westerly direction along the said southern boundary to the point where it meets the eastern boundary of Cappoge Townland, then continuing initially in a southern direction along the said eastern boundary to the point where it meets the northern boundary of St. Laurence's School for Young Offenders, then continuing initially in a westerly direction along the northern boundary and the western boundary of the school and the western boundary of Avila Park and the imaginary projection (in a southerly direction) of the western boundary of Avila Park to the point at which it joins Cappagh Road, and finally continuing in a south-easterly direction along Cappagh Road to its point of intersection with the existing boundary.

(3) The part of the County enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point where the existing boundary intersects the Tolka River at the south-eastern corner of Scribblestown Park, thence in a westerly direction along the Tolka River and the northern channel of the Tolka River to the point at which it intersects Dunsinea Road, then continuing, initially in a southerly direction along Dunsinea Road across the Royal Canal and the Dublin-Galway railway line at the level crossing immediately west of Ashtown station and along Ashtown Road to its junction with Navan Road on the western side of the roundabout opposite the public house known as “the Halfway House”, then continuing in a south-easterly direction along Navan Road to the point at which it joins Castleknock Road, then finally continuing in a south-westerly direction along Castleknock Road to its point of intersection with the existing boundary at the Ashtown Gate to the Phoenix Park.

(4) The part of the County enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point where the existing boundary intersects Ballyfermot Road, thence, initially in a westerly direction along Ballyfermot Road and Irishtown Road to the point at which the last-mentioned road joins Cloverhill Road, then continuing, initially in a southerly direction along Cloverhill Road to the point where it meets the northern boundary of Ballynamaggin Townland at Cloverhill Cottage, then continuing, initially in a south-easterly direction, along the northern boundary of Ballynamaggin Townland to the point where it meets the western boundary of Gallanstown Townland, then continuing, initially in a southerly direction, along the said western boundary to the point where it meets the northern boundary of the Grand Canal, and finally continuing in an easterly direction along the northern boundary of the Grand Canal to its point of intersection with the existing boundary.

(5) The part of the County enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point where the existing boundary intersects the roundabout at the junction of Ballymount Road Lower, Walkinstown Road Lower and Cromwellsfort Road, thence in an easterly direction along Cromwellsfort Road to its point of intersection with the existing boundary.

(6) The part of the County enclosed by the existing boundary and an imaginary line drawn as follows:—

Starting at the point where the existing boundary intersects the imaginary projection (in a westerly direction) of the boundary between the “Sports-ground” and “Richview Press” at Beechhill Road, thence, initially in an easterly direction, along the said imaginary projection and the boundary between the “Sportsground” and “Richview Press” to the point at which the eastern boundary of the “Sportsground” meets the western boundary of Beechhill Estate, and continuing initially in a south-easterly direction along the western and southern boundary of Beechhill Estate to the point where it joins the existing boundary.