Writes Ciaran Dineen
In another motion in County Hall last month, Cllr Buckley raised serious concerns over access issues to Templebreedy National School. A number of parents have complained over the current situation, with children currently being forced to walk on the outside of cars parked alongside the existing wall of the church to gain entry into the school.
Cllr Buckley indicated that she had raised the issue and spoken with an official in the Carrigaline council offices in an attempt to resolve the problem.
“The access for children crossing the road by Templebreedy National School is a big concern. There are nearly 500 houses in Brightwater and Drakespoint, children are crossing the road but there’s no access because of a missing section in the path.”
The Crosshaven-based councillor was informed that the development has gone out to consultation, which will also include additional road surfacing going up to Coláiste Muire.