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Unread 17-04-2008, 13:03   #1
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Is the building work in the field at clonsilla station a car park?
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Unread 17-04-2008, 13:08   #2
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I was thinking that myself but aren't there plans to close off the humpback bridge meaning there would be no access to that field, unless i'm missing something?
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Could you be more specific as to the location of the works relative to the station

Is it on the Luttrellstown side of the line, or the canal side, is it at the Coolmine end or Maynooth end

There is a construction compound for the Pace/Dunboyne line which would be at the Maynooth end just beyond the canal

No talk of a car park
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Unread 17-04-2008, 13:40   #4
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Could you be more specific as to the location of the works relative to the station

Is it on the Luttrellstown side of the line
Yeah it is.

I think its got to do with the sewer works
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Unread 17-04-2008, 23:44   #5
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There is actually planning permission for Football pitches.... so i assume that's what starting. It was part of a land swap with a developer.

Also there are plans to open up Beach Park/Shackleton gardens for the public again (walled garden containing rare flowers, etc.)

All-in-all a good resource for the people of Clonsilla. (however I'm sure the developer did well enough from the deal)
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