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Welcome to Myplan.ie, a free and easy to use public information system about the development plan or local area plan in your local area.

 

Planning is a very important function of local authorities and is also an important issue for the country and local communities. Planning is about people and place, how future development will be guided to ensure that, together, economic recovery is assured, quality of life is improved and environmental qualities are either protected or enhanced. The development plan or the local area plans of your local authority is the framework used in assessing planning applications. There are over 400 development and local area plans across the country. Some are large such as the Dublin City Development Plan while some may be for smaller villages, right across the country.  To know about planning in your area and key requirements, whether as someone thinking of submitting a planning application or inputting to their assessment through public consultation, you must consult your local plan.

 

The aim of Myplan.ie is to create a one stop shop for information about plans and also to provide other information which is relevant to planning decision-making (census, heritage sites, patterns of housing development etc). I believe that it will not only be of benefit to citizens but will also assist with coordination between local authorities and more generally with the delivery of public services, for example schools.

 

Myplan.ie is an initiative of the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government on behalf of each of the 88 planning authorities across the country. The local authorities will ensure that the information is kept up to date as possible.

 

The Department, with local authorities and other public bodies are working to ensure that, over time, Myplan.ie.will expand to incorporate information about other aspects of the planning system such as information about planning applications and other planning matters being handled by local authorities and An Bord Pleanála.

 

I hope you find the free Myplan.ie service useful. We would welcome your feedback to help its development and improvement would be appreciated.

 

Jan O'Sullivan T.D.
Minister of State for Housing and Planning

 

 

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The aim of Myplan.ie is to create a one stop shop for information about plans and also to provide other information which is relevant to planning decision-making (census, heritage sites, patterns of housing development etc). For full details of how to use the map viewer and for frequently asked questions please click here.

 

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The Myplan.ie site and data are owned and operated by the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government (hereinafter referred to as "the Department"). Information presented by the Department on this web site is considered public information, copyright of the Government of Ireland and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate by-line credits is requested. Information from this site may be used for commercial purposes; however data may not be further copyrighted without agreement with the Department. For full details of conditions of use please see our Disclaimer page.

 

 

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Launch Viewer Launch the Myplan.ie interactive map viewer from here. The map viewer will provide you with a one stop shop for information about plans and also to provide other information which is relevant to planning decision-making (census, heritage sites, patterns of housing development etc).

Myplan incorporates many different sets of spatial information and is innovative in its ability to overlay and analyse the data in a web browser environment.

For those reasons, users may experience some initial minor difficulties as the system beds down. Thus, we encourage users to operate the feedback facility to enable the Myplan team to improve the performance of the system over time.