Local councillor, Anthony Lavin (FG), has welcomed the announcement from the County Council’s half million euro programme of works for improvements to roads, ramps, footpaths, drainage, local parks, pedestrian crossing and lighting in Malahide, Kinsealy and Portmarnock.
In total, the Council has committed E790.300 to the Programme of Works. Lavin told the County Leader, “I am delighted to see funds being committed to road restoration projects at Church Road, Yellow Walls Road, the Back Road Inbhiride and Robswall Park Coast Road.”
“Among the other projects being funded there will be footpath improvements in Malahide at the Back Road, Ard Na Mara and Millview. Additional ramps on Millview Road, The Rise for new ramps at Estuary Walk and a platform ramp at the entrance with Estuary Road. St Sylvester’s GAA complex at Broomfield Pitches will also benefit with a footpath from the car park to the dressing rooms and upgrading of lighting at Pedway Purley Park Portmarnock A portion of the funding has been allocated for bedding plants, bulb planting displays and tree planting at locations which will be agreed with Malahide and Portmarnock Tidy Town groups”.
He continued, “Funds have been allocated for drainage improvements works on the Coast Road, Back Road, Dublin Road / Malahide Road, Feltrim Road and the Swords Road, Carrickhill Road and Wendell Avenue.”
“I’m delighted to see a commitment to the road restoration project at Strand Road and Lower Carrickhill Road Portmarnock and Moyne Road and footpath improvements in Portmarnock at Carrickhill Drive, Ardilaun, Limetree Avenue and Dal Riada.
The Parks Programme has been allocated to landscaping the verge on Carrickhill Road. Funding is allocated for bedding plants, bulb planting displays and tree planting at locations which will be agreed with the local Portmarnock Tidy Town groups,”he concluded.