SRA Regional Action Plan MatchUP Final Version February 2021

Regional Action Plan the Role of Modal Interchange to Foster Low Carbon Urban Mobility

4.6 Risks and mitigating actions

Risks and Mitigating Actions

Title of risk Description of risk

Level of probability (High, Medium, Low)

Description of mitigating action(s)

Planning Permission Risk

Planning permission for DCC project declined


Planning permission has already been granted for 2 (Temple Bar Square and Wolfe Tone Square) of the 3 phases of this construction to date. Application for Liffey Street submitted for planning approval as this links to the other 2 phases is expected to be approved. Project is progressing well and currently at the detailed design stage. Regular updates on progress to be provided to SRA in order to ensure timing risk is kept to a minimum. The support and influence from the director of the SRA has been secured to advocate this change. political

Timing Risk

Progress project stalls and falls outside the programming period on


There are no barriers envisaged to the transfer of the improvement in the policy Instrument to other regions. Once developed it is easily transferred.

There are no barriers so the impact is minimal as the policy improvement is easily transferable to other regions as most Regional Operational Programmes have a public realm improvement priority.

Monitoring committee Risk

Table 4.6: Potential risks and mitigating actions

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