My colleague Cllr Brian Dennehy and I have received a notice from Fingal County Council in relation to an order the council has made to temporarily close a road in the Balbriggan area following an application from Jons Civil Engineering Company Limited.
The closure is to facilitate the construction of The Stephenstown Link Road Scheme.
These works are being carried out on behalf of Fingal County Council. The road will be closed from Monday 23rd April 2018 until Wednesday 18th July 2018.
The road in question is:
Clonard Street (between Harry Reynold's Road and the Naul Road)
Alternative routes available for vehicular traffic are as follows:
For people wishing to access Clonard Street West of the closure, from the Harry Reynold's Road direction:
All vehicular traffic wishing to access Clonard Street east of the closure will continue south-east on the Harry Reynold's Road to the roundabout.
At the roundabout traffic will take the second exit (signposted Naul (M1)) and continue to the next roundabout. At the next roundabout traffic will take the second exit (signposted Naul (M1)) heading towards the R122.
At the next roundabout traffic will take the second exit onto the R122 (signposted Balbriggan) followed by an immediate right turn onto Naul Road. Traffic will continue along Naul Road and onto
Clonard Street West of the closure.
For people wishing to access Clonard Street West of the closure to access Harry Reynolds Road, from Clonard Street, Naul Road and the R122;
From the closure point on Clonard Street traffic will continue west onto the Naul Road until its junction with the R122.
Traffic will then take a left turn onto the R122 followed by the first exit (signposted Balrothery) off the roundabout.
Traffic will carry on to the next roundabout and take the first exit and continue onto the next roundabout and again take the first exit onto Harry Reynolds Road.
Traffic will continue approx. 650m and Clonard Street east of the closure will be on the left-hand side.
Local access for residents and businesses will be maintained at all times.
Pedestrians will use the same routes on the footpaths already in place.