• Address: 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 (location map)
• Phone: (01) 858 8100 or Lo-call 1890 275 175
• Fax: (01) 872 2684
• International Phone: +353 1 858 8100
• International Fax: +353 1 872 2684
• Email email@example.com
• 9.15 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. on Monday to Friday except on public holidays, and certain other days.
The offices of An Bord Pleanála are readily accessible by car, bus, rail and LUAS.
The Journey Planner from Transport for Ireland is a comprehensive listing of public transport options and allows you to plan your journey times more accurately from any location in Ireland. The Planner covers bus, rail, tram, taxis, ferries and walking – 120 operators in total – with fully mapped-out route information, printable timetables and details of overall journey times. It can be accessed at the following link; Journey Planner
The Journey Planner App can be downloaded from www.transportforireland.ie
Luas Cross City Green Line, Marlborough Street
Marlborough Street Utility Works are continuing for the Luas Cross City Green Line, because of these works beginning on Parnell Street/Marlborough Street corner, traffic movements are being changed for a period of 7 months commencing on 9th January, 2014. Marlborough Street will be made one-way southbound between Parnell Street and Cathal Brugha Street/Sean MacDermot Street.
This will affect access to and egress from the Boards office. You are advised to familiarise yourselves with the directions to traffic flow by viewing the map and details of the routes on this Link.
For the latest details on wheelchair accessible routes, real time bus information and general timetables in Dublin, see www.dublinbus.ie
Busaras is a 10 minute walk away from Marlborough Street. For information national bus services, see www.buseireann.ie,
The two main train stations in Dublin City are Connolly and Heuston. The Board’s offices are within walking distance of Connolly Station. Alternatively the LUAS (Red Line) can be taken from Connolly Station to Abbey Street, which intersects with Marlborough Street.
Heuston Station is located approximately 2 kilometres from our offices. There are bus links from Heuston Station at the www.dublinbus.ie. The LUAS (Red Line) also runs from Heuston Station to Abbey Street. For the latest rail routes and details, see www.irishrail.ie.
Walking and Cycling
Estimated walking and cycling times for the Greater Dublin area can be found at the following link; Travel Maps
A Dublin bikes station is located on Cathal Brugha Street, beside the Board’s offices. Further information can be found at: Dublin Bikes
Taxis can be obtained throughout the city and will be able to drop you outside the Board’s Offices at 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1. By car, follow one of the main routes (Indicated by N, i.e. N1, N4) into the city centre and follow the map for a precise street access route to the office.
An Bord Pleanála is a partner in the Smarter Travel Workplace Programme and supports a sustainable transport policy for staff and customers.
Last modified: 29/05/2013