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COVID-19

Due to the current increased risk in relation to Covid-19 An Bord Pleanála's office has restricted access to the public. Until further notice, members of the public should not attend the office unless it is considered absolutely necessary.

Before you arrive

This guide will help you to prepare for your visit to An Bord Pleanála's office at 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1.

Before you arrive


Our location
Opening hours
Travelling to our office
 

Our location

We are located in the centre of Dublin at 64 Marlborough Street, D01 V902.

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Opening hours

Our normal opening hours are:

Monday

9.15am – 5.30pm

Tuesday

9.15am – 5.30pm

Wednesday

9.15am – 5.30pm

Thursday

9.15am – 5.30pm

Friday

9.15am – 5.30pm

Saturday

Closed

Sunday

Closed
Public holidays, Good Friday
and certain other days
Closed

We are open throughout the day and we do not close for lunch.

On certain other days when our office is closed, we will notify the public that we are closed. We will also notify the public if we need to amend our opening hours in special circumstances.

However, due to exceptional circumstances this might not always be possible. If you are unsure if our office will be open before you visit, please check our website www.pleanala.ie, telephone 01 858 8100 or Lo-Call 1890 275 175 before you travel.

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Travelling to our office

There are several transport options available to reach our office – bus, bicycle, LUAS, rail and car. An Bord Pleanála is a partner in the Smarter Travel Workplace Programme and supports a sustainable transport policy for staff and customers. We encourage you to use public transport to visit our office.

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.

The Journey Planner App can be downloaded from www.transportforireland.ie.

Dublin Bus

Dublin Bus stops are near our office on O'Connell Street, Parnell Street, Cathal Brugha Street and other streets. The Dublin Bus website gives the latest details on wheelchair accessible routes, real time bus information and general timetables in Dublin.

www.dublinbus.ie

Bus Éireann

Bus Éireann national and regional bus services go to Busáras which is a 10 minutes' walk from our office. The Bus Éireann website gives timetable, ticket and other information on regional and national bus services.

www.buseireann.ie

Other Bus Operators

Other bus operators from around Ireland operate services close to our office. The Transport for Ireland journey planner can help you identify if there is a service near you.

www.transportforieland.ie

LUAS

LUAS Green Line and Red Line services are available to our office.

On the Green Line services to Broombridge you should take the O'Connell Street Upper stop and walk down Cathal Brugha Street. On the Green Line services to Parnell, Sandyford or Bride's Glen you should take the Parnell Stop and walk down Marlborough Street.

On Red Line services you should take the Abbey Street stop and walk up Marlborough Street.

www.luas.ie

Iarnród Éireann

Irish Rail

The main train stations in Dublin City are Connolly and Heuston Stations. Tara Street Station is served by DART and commuter services only.

Connolly
On the Green Line services to Broombridge you should take the O'Connell Street Upper stop and walk down Cathal Brugha Street. On the Green Line services to Parnell, Sandyford or Bride's Glen you should take the Parnell Stop and walk down Marlborough Street.

Heuston
Heuston Station serves national and commuter rail services and is located approximately 2 kilometres from our office. There are Dublin Bus services from Heuston Station to the city centre and the LUAS (Red Line) also runs from Heuston Station to Abbey Street.

Iarnród Éireann - Irish Rail's website gives full details on rail travel options.

www.irishrail.ie

Cycling

A Dublin Bikes station is located on Cathal Brugha Street beside our office, and their website can give the latest availability of bikes and spaces at this and other Dublin Bikes stations.

Bicycle stands are also available on Cathal Brugha Street and routes can be found on the Transport for Ireland Journey Planner.

Estimated cycling times to our office from within the Greater Dublin area are available on our website.

www.dublinbikes.ie
www.transportforireland.ie

Walking

Estimated walking times to our office within the Dublin area are available on our website.

Taxis

Taxis can be obtained throughout the city and can drop you outside our office at 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, D01 V902. A taxi stand is located nearby on Cathal Brugha Street.

Car

By car, follow one of the main routes (indicated by a N, for example N1, N4, N11) into the city centre and follow the map for directions to our office. There are traffic restrictions and one-way systems in operation across the city centre.

There is an accessible car park space in front of our office, but there is no general on-street parking around our office. Car parks are available nearby.

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