Roundwood is generally regarded as being one of the highest villages in Ireland, at approximately 230 metres above sea level. Along with Laragh, it serves as the principal gateway to the Wicklow mountains. The village has a range of local retail and community facilities to serve the local population and tourists. The land zoned in the current County Development Plan has potential to accommodate approximately 195 residential units.
What do you think?
- How would you like Roundwood to develop in the future?
- What do you think are the main issues facing Roundwood and how should these be addressed in the development plan?
- How do you think the village’s economic potential can be harnessed having regard to the town’s proximity to the reservoir, amenity routes and the Wicklow Mountains?
- Is there opportunity to improve visitor management especially during peak tourist times?