A biodiversity superhighway, a village centre, feeder buses to run around housing estates and a new athletics museum are among the ideas pitched.
Northwood Estates is home to thousands, but there aren’t any bus routes running down its main thoroughfare – possibly because it’s not a public street.
April Mooney says the subsidy the council’s offering her on her own isn’t enough to stay, or to get another place, so the council advised her to go into homeless accommodation.
At Cedarview, the rules forbid hanging out laundry or barbecuing – and some residents fear car clamping might soon be rolled out across the estate too.
The Santry Whitehall Forum want the empty old Hanging Garment Factory refashioned into a community centre, given the many high-rises planned for the area.
The sites could accommodate 1,700 homes, but some councillors worry existing businesses might be forced out, new housing might be expensive, and amenities might not be included.
They’re looking at bending it back towards its original route, and greening surrounding neighbourhoods. The EPA predicts increased flooding along rivers like the Santry.