Dublin City Council is planning to raise the sea wall at Sandymount Strand to protect the area from flooding.
Local authority chiefs are looking to increase it by 36 centimetres as part of its defense strategy.
It will be done in two parts: Phase 1 relates to the promenade wall from Gilford Ave to St. Alban’s Park. Phase 2 relates to the seawall between Gilford Ave and Seafort Ave.
via Dublin City Council
The local authority says its trying to strike a balance between preventing flooding and ruining the view.
Just one person complained about the move when public meetings were held to discuss the issue last year.