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SOLR_PROP

Local Government (Dublin) Act, 1930

FIRST SCHEDULE.

ADDED RURAL AREA.

PART I.

Complete Townlands.

NORTH DUBLIN RURAL DISTRICT.

Name of Townland.

District Electoral Division in which situate.

Bettyville

Howth Rural

Botanic Garden

Glasnevin Rural

Cabragh

Finglas

Castleknock

Castleknock

Chapelizod

Castleknock

Charleville

Howth Rural

Clonturk

Drumcondra Rural

Foxlands

Howth Rural

Furrypark

Drumcondra Rural

Hampstead Hill

Drumcondra Rural

Hampstead South

Drumcondra Rural

Killester North

Drumcondra Rural

Maryville

Howth Rural

North Bull

Drumcondra Rural

North Bull

Howth Rural

Puckstown

Drumcondra Rural

Raheny, North

Howth Rural

Raheny, South

Howth Rural

St. James

Castleknock

Sibylhill

Drumcondra Rural

Tolka Park

Glasnevin Rural

Violet Hill Great

Glasnevin Rural

Violet Hill Little

Glasnevin Rural

SOUTH DUBLIN RURAL DISTRICT.

Annefield

Donnybrook

Clonskeagh

Donnybrook

Kimmage (parish of Crumlin)

Terenure

Larkfield

Terenure

Newtown Little

Rathfarnham

Priesthouse

Donnybrook

Saint Laurence

Palmerston

Simmonscourt

Donnybrook

Stannaway

Terenure

Terenure

Terenure

Tonguefield

Terenure

PART II.

Portions of Townlands.

The portion of the Townland of Cabragh in the District Electoral Division of Castleknock and Rural District of North Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting at a point on the boundary between the Townlands of Cabragh and Castleknock in the District Electoral Division of Castleknock at the centre of Blackhorse Lane opposite the turnstile adjoining the licensed premises known as the “Hole in the Wall,” 1,000 yards south-east of the Ashtown Gate of the Phoenix Park, proceeding in a northerly direction along the eastern boundary of the lands attached to St. Vincent's Home to the southern fence of the Cabragh Road, thence across said road and northwards for 150 yards along the eastern boundary of the holding rated in the name of Sarah Donnelly, thence south-easterly along fence for 280 yards, southerly along fence for 40 yards, south-easterly along fence for 500 yards, north-easterly along fence for 120 yards, south-easterly along fence for 90 yards and north-easterly along fence for 230 yards to the avenue leading to the Dominican Convent School, thence easterly for 175 yards to the centre of the public road leading to Pelletstown and meeting the townland boundary of the Townland of Cabragh, in the District Electoral Division of Castleknock, thence south-easterly, south-westerly and north-westerly along said townland boundary to the starting point.

The portion of the Townland of Grangegorman North in the District Electoral Division of Glasnevin Rural and Rural District of North Dublin which is situate without the Existing City.

The portion of the Townland of Killester Demesne in the District Electoral Division of Drumcondra Rural and Rural District of North Dublin which is situate without the Existing City.

The portions of the Townlands of Prospect and Slutsend or West Farm in the District Electoral Division of Glasnevin Rural and Rural District of North Dublin which are situate without the Existing City.

The portion of the Townland of Crumlin in the District Electoral Division of Terenure and Rural District of South Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting at a point on the boundary between the Townland of Crumlin and the Townland of Wilkinstown in the centre of the Drimnagh Road 416 yards from the nearest corner of the licensed premises known as the Halfway House, proceeding thence eastwards for 415 yards along the centre of the Drimnagh Road to a point on the south fence of the Crumlin Road 36 yards north-east of the entrance of the Recreation Ground of the Imperial Tobacco Company, Limited, thence in a south-easterly direction for 120 yards along the fence intersecting the grounds of Prospect House, thence in a north-easterly direction for 63 yards along the fence dividing the Recreation Ground from the grounds of Prospect House, thence in a south-easterly direction for 10 yards and in an easterly direction for 313 yards along the southern boundary of the holding occupied by Anne Murphy to the centre of Windmill Lane, thence along the centre of Windmill Lane to the boundary between the Townlands of Crumlin and Stannaway, thence along the townland boundary of Crumlin in a general direction easterly, northerly, westerly, and southerly to the starting point.

The portion of the Townland of Rathfarnham in the District Electoral Division of Rathfarnham and Rural District of South Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting on the eastern boundary of the Townland of Rathfarnham, 560 yards north of the Townland of Harold's Grange, at the point where the laneway crosses the stream, proceeding along the southern fence of said laneway in a north-westerly direction for 430 yards, thence in a south-westerly direction for 270 yards along the eastern fence of the laneway adjoining the eastern side of Loretto Convent grounds, thence in a south-easterly direction for 40 yards to the southern fence of laneway leading to Grange Road, thence in a westerly direction along southern fence of said laneway for 140 yards, thence westerly along the southern boundaries of the garden occupied by the Superioress of Loretto Abbey and of the premises known as Abbey View Cottage and Washington Lodge to a point in the centre of the Grange Road, thence southerly along the centre of said road for 170 yards, thence westerly in a straight line along the southern boundary of the land occupied by the South Dublin Rural District Council's cottages and plots across the Whitechurch Road and across the holding of Percy Carey to the townland boundary of the Townland of Rathfarnham, thence northerly, easterly, southerly along the said townland boundary to the starting point.

The portion of the Townland of Ringsend in the District Electoral Division of Donnybrook and Rural District of South Dublin which is situate without the Urban District of Pembroke.

That portion of the Townland of Harmonstown in the District Electoral Division of Drumcondra Rural and the Rural District of North Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting at a point on the boundary between the Townlands of Furrypark and Harmonstown, in the District Electoral Division of Drumcondra Rural, where the said boundary intersects the north-western fence of the Great Northern Railway, proceeding in a north-easterly direction along the said fence for a distance of 653 yards to the intersection of the said fence with the boundary between the Townlands of Harmonstown, in the District Electoral Division of Drumcondra Rural, and Glebe, in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural, thence south-easterly, southerly, south-easterly, south-westerly, westerly, north-westerly, south-westerly and northerly along the boundary of the said Townland of Harmonstown to the starting point.

That portion of the Townland of Glebe in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural and the Rural District of North Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting at a point on the boundary between the Townland of Harmonstown, in the District Electoral Division of Drumcondra Rural, and the Townland of Glebe, in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural, where the said boundary intersects the north-western fence of the Great Northern Railway, proceeding in a north-easterly direction along the said fence for a distance of 370 yards to the intersection of the said fence with the boundary between the Townlands of Glebe and Ballyhoy, in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural, thence south-easterly, southerly, south-westerly, north-westerly, northerly, and north-westerly along the boundary of the said Townland of Glebe to the starting point.

That portion of the Townland of Ballyhoy in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural and the Rural District of North Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting at a point on the boundary between the Townlands of Glebe and Ballyhoy in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural where the said boundary intersects the northern fence of the Great Northern Railway, proceeding in a north-easterly direction along the said fence for a distance of 532 yards to the intersection of the said fence with the boundary between the Townlands of Ballyhoy and Raheny South, in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural, thence south-easterly, south-westerly, northerly, and north-westerly along the boundary of the said Townland of Ballyhoy to the starting point.

That portion of the Townland of Edenmore in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural and the Rural District of North Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting at a point on the boundary between the Townlands of Edenmore on one side and Ballyhoy and Raheny South on the other side where the said boundary intersects the northern fence of the Great Northern Railway, proceeding in an easterly direction along the said fence for a distance of 225 yards to the intersection of the said fence with the boundary between the Townlands of Edenmore and Raheny North, thence southerly, westerly, and northwesterly along the boundary of the said Townland of Edenmore to the starting point.

That portion of the Townland of Kilbarrack Upper in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural and the Rural District of North Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting at a point on the boundary between Raheny North and Kilbarrack Upper, in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural, where the said boundary touches the Townland of Foxlands in the District Electoral Division of Howth Rural, and proceeding in a northerly direction along the said boundary for a distance of 433 yards, and continuing in the same direction for a distance of 158 yards along the western boundary of the Holding now occupied by William Cullen, thence easterly, for a distance of 476 yards and north-easterly for a distance of 483 yards along the northern boundary of the Holding occupied by the said William Cullen to the centre of Kilbarrack Lane, thence along the centre of the said Lane for a distance of 76 yards to the boundary between the said Townland of Kilbarrack Upper and the Urban District of Howth, thence south-easterly, south-westerly, north-westerly along the boundary of the said Townland of Kilbarrack Upper to the starting point.

That portion of the Townland of Kimmage (parish of Rathfarnham) in the District Electoral Division of Terenure and the Rural District of South Dublin bounded as follows, that is to say:—

Starting at a point on the boundary between the Townlands of Terenure and Kimmage (parish of Rathfarnham) in the District Electoral Division of Terenure, at the centre of the road 215 yards south-west of Kimmage Cross Roads, proceeding in a northerly direction along the centre of the laneway which opens to the said road at the said point for a distance of 65 yards, thence in a north-easterly direction along the centre of the said laneway for a further distance of 60 yards to the centre line of the bridge over the Corporation Mill Stream where it joins the Townland boundary of the Townland of Kimmage (parish of Crumlin), thence easterly and north-easterly along the said Townland boundary to the junction of the Townland of Larkfield, thence northerly, southerly and westerly along the Townland boundary of Kimmage (parish of Rathfarnham) to the starting point.

That portion of the Townland of Artaine South in the District Electoral Division of Drumcondra Rural and the Rural District of North Dublin which lies to the South of the road from Donnycarney Bridge to Puckstown.

PART III.

Other Land.

All land lying between the boundary of the Existing City (where that boundary is or coincides with high water mark) and low water mark and also all land which is enclosed between the boundary of the Existing City and high water mark.

All land lying between the boundary of the urban district of Pembroke (where that boundary is or coincides with high water mark) and low water mark and also all land which is enclosed between the boundary of the urban district of Pembroke and high water mark.

All land lying between the boundary of the townlands and parts of townlands mentioned in Parts I and II of this Schedule (where that boundary is or coincides with high water mark) and low water mark and also all land which is enclosed between the boundary of the said townlands and parts of townlands and high water mark.