Dublin City Council Administrative Area Maps

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Government and Public Sector

Dublin City Council Administrative Areas and City Boundary Dublin City is divided into 5 administrative areas that together form the boundary of Dublin City Council. These are called Local Areas and are used to co-ordinate the delivery of community services. Dublin City Council Local Area Offices provide information about services in that area, local councillors and other Council developments. These area boundaries were created after the Local Government Act, 2000 and are generally used in conjunction with the local electoral areas (LEAs) and Electoral Divisions (EDs). They are updated as changes are made to the electoral areas and were last revised in 2011.'The Central Area includes Cabra, Broadstone, North Wall, East Wall, Drumcondra, Ballybough, Phibsboro and the north city centre. The North Central area includes Kilbarrack, Raheny, Donaghamede, Coolock, Clontarf and Fairview. The North West Area includes Finglas, Ballymun, Glasnevin and Santry. The South Central Area includes Ballyfermot, Inchicore, Crumlin, Drimnagh, Walkinstown, The Liberties and the south west inner city. The South East Area includes Rathmines, Rathgar, Terenure, Ringsend, Irishtown, Pearse Street and the south east inner city. 'The city areas and boundary maps are created in CAD Microstation and the spatial projection is DGN (Design) format.

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DGN
DCC_CityBoundary_P20110805-1206.dgn
DGN
In Microstation format
SHP.ZIP
Shp.zip file of most recent DCC 5 Admin Areas last modified in 2014

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Title Dublin City Council Administrative Area Maps
Description

Dublin City Council Administrative Areas and City Boundary Dublin City is divided into 5 administrative areas that together form the boundary of Dublin City Council. These are called Local Areas and are used to co-ordinate the delivery of community services. Dublin City Council Local Area Offices provide information about services in that area, local councillors and other Council developments. These area boundaries were created after the Local Government Act, 2000 and are generally used in conjunction with the local electoral areas (LEAs) and Electoral Divisions (EDs). They are updated as changes are made to the electoral areas and were last revised in 2011.'The Central Area includes Cabra, Broadstone, North Wall, East Wall, Drumcondra, Ballybough, Phibsboro and the north city centre. The North Central area includes Kilbarrack, Raheny, Donaghamede, Coolock, Clontarf and Fairview. The North West Area includes Finglas, Ballymun, Glasnevin and Santry. The South Central Area includes Ballyfermot, Inchicore, Crumlin, Drimnagh, Walkinstown, The Liberties and the south west inner city. The South East Area includes Rathmines, Rathgar, Terenure, Ringsend, Irishtown, Pearse Street and the south east inner city. 'The city areas and boundary maps are created in CAD Microstation and the spatial projection is DGN (Design) format.

Contact Point name: Dublinked Open Data
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Keywords Government and Participation, citizen-participation, local-area-offices, public-administration
Theme Government and Public Sector
Publisher Dublin City Council
Issue Date 06 Dec 2011
Last Modification Date 08 Nov 2016
Publication Frequency As Required
Language en
Landing Page https://data.dublinked.ie/dataset/dublin-city-council-administrative-area-maps
Geographic Coverage No value
Lineage These maps are kept regularly updated to facilitate delivery of local area services and are used in conjunction with Dublin City plans policies and mapping projects'Maps are prepared at a strategic level and may not scale accurately to street or building.