Hebron Road Urban Design Strategy
Hebron Road Urban Design Framework Strategy
It is an objective of the Kilkenny City and Environs Development Plan 2014 - 2020, to prepare an Urban Design Framework Strategy for Hebron Road, one of the City’s key approach routes. The strategy will first look at the essential strengths and weaknesses of the Hebron Road area. Learning from these and best practice, the strategy will seek to develop a robust spatial framework and a set of guidelines to guide the future development and enhancement of the Hebron Road area. The Strategy will address in particular, improvements to the road and public spaces and the development of key areas and sites on Hebron Road by providing specific guidance for the development of the urban form and the public realm. The aim is to guide the regeneration and future development of the area as one of the critical approach routes into Kilkenny City.
The Study area is outlined in red on the attached map and includes the Hebron road and the road leading to Bishop Birch Place. The Hebron Road, the L2627, runs from the Hebron Road roundabout at its western end at its junction with the N10, as far east as the MacDonagh Junction roundabout. This area includes for a mix of land use zonings including existing residential; mixed use; general business; recreation, amenity and open space and community facilities. Hebron Industrial estate is located along the southern side of Hebron Road, between the N10 ringroad and Nowlan Park roundabout. The area also includes Nowlan Park GAA grounds, O’Loughlin Gaels GAA grounds, St Kieran’s cemetery and a number of housing developments.
The road leading to Bishop Birch Place, L6616-5, is accessed off of the Hebron road. It is zoned primarily ‘mixed use’ and also includes ‘industrial’ and ‘existing residential’ also. This road includes uses such as Aldi discount store, car sales, furniture sales warehouse, fuel depot.
To assist in the preparation of this Urban Design Strategy, a public consultation meeting will be held in Kilkenny County Council, County Hall, John Street, Kilkenny on Wednesday 1st of February 2017 at 7.30p.m.
In addition to this public consultation meeting you can make a submission or observation regarding the Urban Design Strategy from now until 5 pm on Friday 17th February 2017. Submissions can be made on this site
- by email to email@example.com,
- in writing, to the Director of Services, Planning, County Hall, John Street, Kilkenny,
Please note all submissions will be made available for public viewing on this website.
Residents and all interested parties are invited to take part in this consultation process.
For further information, contact the Forward Planning Department at 056 7794037 or email Deirdre.firstname.lastname@example.org