Report Card – Street Parklet

What was the outcome of the Street Parklet Beta Project?

Streets of Dublin parklet photo

(Parklet design and installation by David Andrews. The above photo by Streets Of Dublin.)

Please use the hashtag #StreetParkletBeta on social media to help everyone follow the conversation.

Beta Project Report Card – Curated Walls

Before-During-After comparison…

Beta Project - Street Parklet - Before-During-End-After Comparisons

A summary report card…

Beta Project Report Card - Public Summary - Parklet

A fuller report card…

Beta Project Report Card - Public Full - Parklet

What’s Next?

We’ll be running further Beta Projects to learn a bit more. 

Register your Interest!

Would you like a Street Parklet near your business?

Would you be interesting in designing or making one sometime? 

Would you be interested in being kept up to date with any further news on this?

Register Your Details!

Do you like the way the above was reported?

We’d love to hear your feedback and suggestions! See this Report Card Beta Project blog post, or check out #ReportCardBeta on social media.

About Dublin City Council beta

Dublin City Council are trying a new method called DCC Beta Projects...your input, then quick trials 'on the street', then your feedback! We'd LOVE your help!
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5 Responses to Report Card – Street Parklet

  1. antoin says:

    I think ex post assessments of City Council projects are great! There should be more of these, especially for big, expensive projects

    I do think it is important to put the dates of the beta as well as the location.

    Did this project ‘inspire’ anything in the council? I do notice the new garden boxes down on Macken St.

    • Thanks Antoin.

      Yes good point – we should definitely include that.

      We must check out those new garden boxes. 🙂 Are they onstreet or in the housing? Dave Andrews (the landscape architect who did the Parklet) was involved with some projects nearby.

      • antoin says:

        They are on street, but behind existing fence. There were signs up looking for local people to gauge interest, help with looking after them before they went in.

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