​​​​​​​Ballymastone Recreational Hub moves to Public Consultation stage

Fingal County Council has moved into the public consultation stage for the Ballymastone Recreational Hub in Donabate.

aerial view looking east of ballymastone recreational hub

The purpose of this phase of the project is to give the public an opportunity to comment on the Council’s plans as part of its application for planning permission under Part 8 of the Planning and Development Act. Individuals, organisations, clubs and community groups are all encouraged to participate in the process through the Council’s online consultation portal, www.consult.fingal.ie . Participants can, through their submission indicate whether they support or are opposed to the proposal as well as commenting on the plans for the Recreational Hub.

The Ballymastone Recreational Hub will provide for a wide range of sporting and recreational activities as a shared public facility; these facilities include a floodlit eight lane all-weather athletics track surrounding a grass soccer-sized pitch, a full-sized all-weather GAA pitch, which also provides for two all-weather soccer pitches, with floodlighting, a combined playground and skatepark, car/cycle parking, a six metre wide access road, extensive walking and cycling infrastructure, bleacher seating and extensive landscape planting.

The Mayor of Fingal, Councillor Seána Ó Rodaigh, said: “I want to encourage everyone to express their views on the Ballymastone Recreational Hub in Donabate regardless of what they are. The Council is eager to hear the opinion of everybody and get valuable input on the plans.

Ba mhaith liom daoine a spreagadh chun a dtuairimí a chur in iúl faoin Mhol Caitheamh Aimsire i mBaile Mastún, Domhnach Bat. Teastaíonn ón gComhairle go mbeidh deis ag daoine dul i bhfeidhm ar na pleananna.

The Chief Executive of Fingal County Council, AnnMarie Farrelly, said: “The Recreational Hub in Donabate is an important piece of strategic infrastructure for Donabate and Portrane and will be a major addition to the existing sports facilities on the peninsula. The Recreational Hub will be built alongside the recently approved scheme of 1,200 private, affordable and social homes in Ballymastone which are being developed by the Council and our partners Glenveagh Living.”

Submissions can be made online at www.consult.fingal.ie  or by  post  in writing addressed to: Senior Executive Officer, Planning & Strategic Infrastructure Department, Fingal County Council, County Hall, Main Street, Swords, Co Dublin K67 X8Y2.

Submissions can be made from Tuesday 6th July 2021 and must be received before 11.59pm on Wednesday 18th August 2021.

To find out more about the Ballymastone Recreational Hub visit: https://consult.fingal.ie/en/browse



bike park and viewing bleachers of the ballymastone recreational hub