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To: Fingal County Councillors

Preserve Howth - NO rezoning of Deer Park Lands

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Grace O'Malley Residents' Association
Preserve Howth - NO rezoning of Deer Park Lands

Vote against the rezoning of Deer Park Lands in Howth

Why is this important?

The Deer Park (Howth Demense) is a place of outstanding wild beauty with historic, cultural and environmental importance that is at risk of being destroyed forever. If these lands are rezoned for development, the unique characteristic of the Howth/Sutton peninsula will be changed for good. These lands have provided unquantifiable social benefits to the Howth community for generations, no more so than during the recent pandemic when it served as a peaceful haven for physical and mental wellness. They are also home to a diverse environment of wildlife, native trees and shrubs which need protection from bulldozers. Howth residents recognise the need for housing but Fingal has already zoned 40% more land than it needs for residential development for the next five years. Land owners must develop land that has already been zoned for this purpose. Please preserve Howth's unique identity and say no to the rezoning of The Deer Park.

Deer Park, Howth, Dublin, Ireland

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2022-03-15 15:28:24 +0000

A Chairde,

Thank you for taking action to save and preserve the Deer Park Lands. To date, over 4,000 of you have shown your opposition to this. We have sent this petition to all 40 Fingal Councillors and asked them to reply on where they stand. From the Howth/Malahide Councillors the following have replied to say they are opposed to the rezoning of this special amenity:

Joan Hopkins
David Healy
Aoinhinn Toirney
Brian McDonagh

There has been no response from:

Jimmy Guerin
Anthony Lavin
Eoghan O'Brien

We will continue to lobby all decision-makers in the weeks and months to come to ensure these lands are left to the continued enjoyment of the people of Dublin and Ireland. Please continue to share this petition with people you know who care about this issue.

Le meas,

Grace O'Malley Residents Association

2022-01-20 18:25:34 +0000

1,000 signatures reached

2022-01-20 15:56:36 +0000

500 signatures reached

2022-01-20 14:00:26 +0000

100 signatures reached

2022-01-20 13:45:46 +0000

50 signatures reached

2022-01-20 13:36:06 +0000

25 signatures reached

2022-01-20 13:26:23 +0000

10 signatures reached