Dublin City Council Development Plan
The City Development plan sets out a vision and planning context for the future development of the city. To guide strategic development the city identified 9 key areas, known as Key Developing Areas (KDAS). in addition to the Inner City.
These KDAs represent significant areas of the inner and outer city with substantial development capacity and the potential to deliver the residential, employment and recreational needs of the city, such as Pelletstown, North Fringe and Naas Road Lands, whilst several will support the economic or cultural specialisms essential for the growth and diversification of the city’s economy, namely, the Docklands, Digital Hub/Liberties, Grangegorman and Heuston.
All of the KDA locations correspond to high levels of rail-based public transport accessibility, whether existing or planned under Transport 21 (Figure 2). The majority of KDAs relate to a zoning objective which seeks the social, economic, physical development or rejuvenation of an area with residential, employment and mixed-uses (Z14).
Consult the full details on the DCC Development Plan.