Works have commenced in Porterstown Park  

by Rose Barrett
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Fingal County Council have advised that extensive work began at Porterstown Park inD 15 on Monday last (April 4) writes Rose Barrett.

This is part of the council’s efforts to upgrade facilities in the area. Along with a new running track and an all-weather pitch suitable for a range of sporting codes, there will be work undertaken to build connecting paths, as well as blue badge and bicycle parking spaces. The project is anticipated to be completed by Q1 2023. 

“To facilitate the works and for the safety of park users, significant portions of the park will be closed,” said Fingal County Council.

” As a result, there will be inevitable disruption in the day-to-day use of the park during construction. The council will do everything possible to ensure that this disruption is kept to a minimum over the coming months. 

In order to maintain a level of connectivity throughout the park, a new section of footpath of over 200 metres is to be installed at the southern section over the coming days. Another mitigating factor is to close off sections of the construction site on a phased basis, including the area allocated for blue badge and bicycle parking. 

The capacity of parking provision will also be reduced during the construction phase. The council encourages those who can travel to the park by other means such as walking and cycling to please do so if possible. 

Fingal County Council apologises for the inconvenience caused while works are ongoing and thank park users for their patience during this time.

Caption:. Extensive work is set to begin at Porterstown Park in order to upgrade the recreational hub

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