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2 much potential for further growth and will assist in sustaining the vibrancy of the commercial life of the city. Major infrastructural projects completed recently, or in the process of construction, including the Dublin Port Tunnel, new bridges at Blackhall Place, the Millennium pedestrian bridge, the construction of the first two Luas light rail lines and completion of the Dublin Bay Project, will assist in continuing this growth. In the near future significant additional economic and sustainable development opportunities for the city will emerge with the likely commencement of development of lands at Grangegorman, the three framework plan areas of Heuston, City Markets and the South Bank and the promotion of a number of conveniently located Prime Urban Centres as mixed use employment, cultural and retail centres. The construction of the two Luas lines presents exciting opportunities for the efficient linking of a range of retail, cultural and employment locations within the city centre and beyond Introduction The Irish economy, and the economy of the Dublin region in particular, have seen enormous change and expansion over the period since the adoption of the last Development Plan in Dublin has become a leading European City and a centre for knowledge based industries characterised by emerging clusters of specialised economic activity. A skilled and educated workforce, a highly developed communications infrastructure and good quality of life must be sustained in order to see it continue to develop over the next decade Vision For The City The vision of Dublin City Council is a city where enterprise is encouraged, valued and fostered and where the economic specialisms, locational advantages and environment of the city are developed to their optimum potential. Dublin City Council is committed to maximising its contribution to the city s economic performance and will work to identify the most effective means of contributing to the long term competitiveness of the city s businesses. New strategies, programmes and initiatives are now being formulated to encourage, support and augment the key growth sectors which include Financial Services, ICT, Digital Media, Retail, Culture and Tourism. Over the lifetime of the 1999 Plan the number of persons in employment in the Dublin region increased by 46,000, an increase of over 9%. Dublin has shifted from being a manufacturing centre to one based on both national and international traded services. Almost 80% of the region's workforce is engaged in services, including commerce, insurance, finance and professional services and public administration. Unemployment has dropped to an historic low of c. 4.2%. Prospects for Ireland s continued growth are positive and Dublin can act as the gateway for Ireland in sustaining that growth. The emerging new sectors in Internationally Traded Services (financial services and digital media activity) and tourism/culture afford In addition, Dublin City Council will facilitate, promote and support the development of soft infrastructure such as retail capacity, cultural attractions and recreational amenities which are recognised as central to the competitiveness of the economy particularly in an international context. Persuasive evidence is available to suggest that the relative attractiveness of cities as places of employment is enhanced by such factors. Dublin's International, National and Regional Context Dublin, as Ireland s capital city, is the administrative centre for government and the leading commercial and educational centre for the country. It is, in 40 DUBLIN CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN

3 FORBAIRT EACNAMAÍOCHTA CAIBIDIL 6 essence, the economic engine which plays a crucial role in the well being of the national economy. The National Spatial Strategy recognises Dublin s role as central to the continued growth in the national economy and that it is essential for balanced regional development that the performance of Dublin is maintained and consolidated. It is the intention of Dublin City Council to build on and consolidate the city s strengths within the national and regional economies and to promote the city as a main location for international trade and investment Dublin competes with other European Cities for inward investment. The continued success and development of the city in international markets will require the co-ordination of the work of a number of agencies to ensure the correct positioning of the city to maximise its competitiveness and avail of market opportunities. Dublin City Council will play its role in achieving these aims through the development of policies to maximise economic specialisms; through the identification and monitoring of international performance indicators; and through ensuring that all units of Dublin City Council work in close cooperation with relevant agencies and interest groups to maximise the economic development of the city. Local Policy Context There have been a number of important policy and organisational developments since the adoption of the last City Development Plan. The Dublin City Development Board (DCDB) has been established and has published its strategy Dublin - A City of Possibilities which is the agreed economic, social and cultural strategy that will guide sustainable development in Dublin city until One of the themes of the strategy is that of An Enterprising City, where the strategy aims to support a co-ordinated approach to sustainable economic development and develop Dublin city as a centre of excellence, entrepreneurship and corporate social and environmental responsibility. The designation of a Digital Media District (Digital Hub) close to the city centre in the Liberties area provides potential for the establishment of a new hitech economic sector. There are parts of the city which have been identified as having potential for intensification of development and Dublin City Council has drawn up urban design and land use framework plans for three strategic city centre locations (Heuston precinct, City Markets area and South Bank/Poolbeg) which, if approved by the Area Committee and Dublin City Council by specific vote, may provide significant employment generating uses. Detailed land use and framework plans are being drawn up for other areas which have shown potential for mixed use development and will, when completed, assist in the regeneration of these areas providing significant employment opportunities and economic activity. The Dublin Docklands master plan will also underpin the economic regeneration of these areas and deliver new venues and destinations, which will add to the attractions of the city Likely Future Trends and Growth Sectors Future trends in employment and enterprise/economic development are likely to include the following: The majority of new jobs will continue to be created in services rather than manufacturing The increasing importance of companies in the service sector will have spatial impacts in the form of their preference for locations convenient to consumer demand, plus the infrastructural requirements of such companies PLEAN FORBARTHA CHATHAIR BHAILE ÁTHA CLIATH

4 6.5.0 A range of high quality locations, services and environments will be necessary to present opportunities for business to attract skilled labour from abroad to support new and existing operations in Ireland Local services, health care, leisure, tourism and retail sectors will become even more significant to the economy as the population ages and disposable incomes rise From an analysis of the available literature, the key growth sectors in the economy of the Dublin City Council area (as distinct from the wider Dublin Region) over the medium term are predicted to be as follows: Retail/leisure Financial services Culture/tourism Education/Research and Development Health Software/ICT Key Challenges Arising from current trends in the economy of the city and the identified likely future trends in employment and economic development, the following are the identified key challenges facing the city over the period of the Plan: To identify, consolidate and exploit to their full potential the economic specialisms and drivers in the city (including tourism, education and finance) and to adopt land use and other planning policies so as to facilitate the development of these sectors subject to compliance with the other policies and objectives of the Development Plan To ensure the highest standard of public environment and range of services and facilities so as to make Dublin city an attractive place in which to invest, work and carry out business To consolidate and strengthen the dominant position of the city centre in terms of retail activity To facilitate the efficient and environmentally acceptable future development of the port area having regard to its importance to the national and regional economy and its relationship to Dublin bay and other environmentally sensitive areas To meet the projected future requirements for office space in the city, anticipated to require a land area of approximately 15 ha. over the lifetime of the Plan To encourage and facilitate the development of a conference centre within the Dublin City Council area Policies POLICY E1 It is the policy of Dublin City Council over the period of the Development Plan to identify and monitor on an ongoing basis a number of international economic performance indicators measuring the economic development and attractiveness of Dublin as a location for business against comparable European cities. POLICY E2 It is the policy of Dublin City Council in conjunction with the Dublin City Development Board to pursue a vision of the city where enterprise is encouraged, valued and fostered, where sustainable indigenous industries are nurtured and the benefits of economic success are shared. POLICY E3 economic development without compromising high environmental standards or the principles of sustainable development thereby creating an environment in the Dublin City Council area, which is conducive to investment and employment creation. POLICY E4 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to support and implement the strategy for national development as set out in the National Spatial Strategy including the maintenance and promotion of a competitive Dublin as the key driver of the national economy, through the physical consolidation of the city in housing and employment terms. POLICY E5 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to identify, consolidate and exploit to their full potential the economic specialisms and drivers in the city (including tourism, education and finance) and to develop and implement specific land use and other planning policies so as to facilitate the development of these sectors. Office Development/Service Industry The Dublin region office market has changed significantly in recent years with the development of 42 DUBLIN CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN

5 FORBAIRT EACNAMAÍOCHTA CAIBIDIL 6 additional third generation office space in the Docklands area and an increasing quantum of space coming on stream in outer suburban locations. Following a number of years of high demand and very low vacancy rates, there is now a significant surplus of space available in all areas of the city, particularly suburban locations. Estimates based on recent take up figures indicate that there is a requirement for approximately 15ha. of land to accommodate office development over the lifetime of the plan and this requirement has been taken into account in the zoning of lands in this Plan. It is the continued aim of Dublin City Council to promote the city centre as the principal location for office based employment in the region and to promote such initiatives at appropriate locations which are accessible by public transport and which contain or could potentially accommodate a range of services and, in general, higher densities will be permitted in these locations. In this regard Dublin City Council has prepared, or is in the process of preparing, framework plans for the renewal of three strategic centrally located areas of the city namely, Heuston Station, South Bank/Poolbeg and the City Markets. In relation to the Markets and Smithfield area, it is intended to build on the economic significance and local historical association between this area and the legal profession and services. It is the aim of Dublin City Council that these areas would be targeted for mixed use of which employment would be a central element. POLICY E6 Dublin city centre as the primary services and office based employment location in the region and to provide for the expansion of the sector where appropriate. POLICY E7 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to encourage office development close to strategic public transport corridors in the city centre, district and neighbourhood centres, and in employment and enterprise zones. POLICY E8 a number of identified Prime Urban Centres (Northside Shopping Centre, Ballymun, Finglas Village etc.) as significant employment centres as part of their development as mixed use service centres for the local economy, incorporating a range of retail, employment, recreational and community uses. PLEAN FORBARTHA CHATHAIR BHAILE ÁTHA CLIATH

6 6.7.0 POLICY E9 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to encourage the location of science and technology industries and support services industry in appropriate locations within the Dublin City Council area. Where large speculative developments are proposed, a range of unit sizes will be encouraged to reflect a range of needs. POLICY E10 the areas around Heuston Station, South Bank/Poolbeg and the City Markets, as agreed or amended by the Area Committee and Dublin City Council following the submission of proposals as locations for the accommodation of office based employment as part of mixed use developments in accordance with framework plans prepared for these areas. Mixed Use Lands and Enterprise and Employment Zoning (Z6) In order to protect the employment base of the Dublin City Council area, and to ensure that sites are available for employment generating activities, it shall be the policy of Dublin City Council to carefully assess developments proposed on lands zoned Objective Z6. It will be the aim of Dublin City Council that the bulk of the remaining lands zoned Objective Z6 would be developed primarily for employment generating uses and that where mixed use developments are proposed on Z6 lands, the overall development would not result in a significant loss of employment numbers and/or floor space Where proposed, and warranted by the scale and nature of the proposed uses on site, major employment generating proposals on Z6 lands will be required to be accompanied by a Mobility Management Plan (MMP) and/or Transport Impact Assessment (TIA). (Appendices 4 and 5 give details of the requirement for and scope of MMPs and TIAs). POLICY E11 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to restrict the residential component of development on remaining lands zoned objective Z6 to ensure that such lands are available to facilitate the main objective for the lands which is the encouragement of enterprise and the creation of employment. As a general rule, redevelopment proposals on Z6 lands should ensure that the employment element on site in terms of the numbers employed and/or floor space should be no less than that on site prior to redevelopment. It should also be noted that the scale and location of residential development on Z6 lands may be restricted where they adjoin lands zoned objective Z7/Z7A in order to avoid potential conflict between land uses and potential disamenity to future residents. Manufacturing Industry The industry zoning (Objective Z7/Z7A) is limited to specific locations such as Dublin Port. Although the overall percentage share of manufacturing employment is predicted to decline over time, it will be the aim of Dublin City Council to protect 44 DUBLIN CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN

7 FORBAIRT EACNAMAÍOCHTA CAIBIDIL 6 industrially zoned lands (Objective Z7/Z7A) from competing land uses. Dublin City Council will facilitate the development of manufacturing industry on lands zoned Objective Z7/Z7A subject to environmental controls and the assessment of the potential impact of such development on adjacent land uses. POLICY E12 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to consolidate the existing manufacturing industries within the city and to provide for the expansion of the sector where appropriate and compatible with surrounding land uses. POLICY E13 It is the policy of Dublin City Council, in conjunction with the Health and Safety Authority (HSA), to implement the provisions of the Seveso II (COMAH) Directive and to have regard to the provisions of the directive and recommendations of the HSA in the assessment of all planning applications located on or impacted by such sites. A list of Seveso II sites is provided in Appendix 24 and the sites are also shown on the relevant zoning objective maps POLICY E14 It is the policy of Dublin City Council in the implementation of the provisions of the Seveso II (COMAH) Directive that the Planning Authority shall be conscious of the need, in the long term, to maintain appropriate distances between establishments covered by this directive and residential areas, areas of public use and areas of particular natural sensitivity or interest, and in the case of existing establishments, of the need for additional technical measures in accordance with Article 5 of the Directive so as not to increase the risks to people. Small Business/Enterprise Development Research has consistently shown the value of small business in terms of employment generation and the sustained creation of wealth and local economic development, indeed over 95% of businesses in Dublin city are small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) employing less than 50 people. Many small enterprises are being displaced by higher valued land uses and while to some extent this process is inevitable, it is the aim of Dublin City Council to retain suitable areas for small industry and workshop use where appropriate whilst applying strong environmental management policies to alleviate any disamenity to neighbouring residential uses. In addition, e-commerce has emerged within the last 5 years as a key driver of economic growth and is particularly suited to small and medium sized enterprises. POLICY E15 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to keep a detailed database of all industrial estates in Dublin city and to closely monitor the environmental maintenance of these estates to the highest Irish and E.U. standards and the ongoing environmental impacts on closely adjoining industrial estates. POLICY E16 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to work in conjunction with the third level institutions in the creation and fostering of enterprise. POLICY E17 It is the policy of Dublin City Council, in association with other agencies, community and voluntary groups; to promote and encourage the development of community based enterprises, cooperatives, enterprise centres and starter units of a range of sizes for new and expanding businesses and firms. PLEAN FORBARTHA CHATHAIR BHAILE ÁTHA CLIATH

8 POLICY E18 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to recognise and protect the role of small businesses and to encourage the location of small business in the city centre, prime urban centres, district and neighbourhood centres, and in areas designated for mixed use. POLICY E19 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to encourage the adaptation and refurbishment of suitable redundant industrial buildings for workshop and enterprise use. POLICY E20 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to facilitate home based economic activities and pooled work centres where, by virtue of their nature and scale, they can be accommodated without detriment to the amenities of residential areas and comply with all other relevant Development Plan standards. Information Society/Digital Hub The Digital Hub will be an internationally recognised centre of excellence for innovation, creativity, research and learning, focussed on developing new and existing media enterprises. It will be clustered in and around the former Guinness brewery buildings in Dublin s city centre. POLICY E21 and facilitate the development of the Digital Hub area as a principal location in the city for the information and communication technology (ICT) and multi media industries. POLICY E22 the development of a knowledge based economy in Dublin City Council s area through the facilitation of telecommunications infrastructure, including broadband connectivity and other technologies. POLICY E23 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to permit and encourage the development of live work units as part of mixed use developments where such accommodation can be provided without detriment to the amenities of adjoining residents Dublin Port The rapid expansion of activities in Dublin Port has continued since the adoption of the Dublin City Development Plan 1999, with in excess of 22 million tonnes of cargo and 1.4 million passengers passing through the port in Dublin City Council recognises the importance of Dublin Port to the national, regional and metropolitan economy and will work with the Port Authority in maximising the competitiveness of the port in cargo and passenger number terms. The completion of the Dublin Port Tunnel will greatly improve access to the port for heavy goods vehicles, as well as improving environmental conditions within the city, currently affected by such traffic. POLICY E24 It is the policy of Dublin City Council to support the continued development of Dublin Port subject to the highest environmental standards and minimisation of potential impact on the surrounding environment, and having regard to policy CUF6. Role of Dublin City Council The Economic Development Unit (EDU) of Dublin City Council provides for the continued economic development of the city. Working in partnership with relevant private and public sector bodies and other support agencies, Dublin City Council will undertake a variety of initiatives to encourage business startups and inward investment, including the sale and compulsory purchase of sites, the delivery of specialist advice and the promotion of the economic role and advantages of the city. The recently established Commercial Regeneration Unit (CRU) within Dublin City Council complements the role of the EDU and is directly involved in the implementation of strategic/economic projects. POLICY E25 It is the policy of Dublin City Council, in so far as is practicable, to make the resources of Dublin City Council available to all parties interested in the economic development of the city. 46 DUBLIN CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN

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