Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is looking for proposals from interested parties to hold a Christmas Market on ‘The Metals’, Queen’s Road, Dún Laoghaire. Please contact Aidan Blighe for more information before 5pm on 5th July 2011 – telephone (01) 204-7024 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has awarded a contract for the completion of the long-awaited Carysfort-Maretimo Stream Improvement Scheme The scheme involves Stream Improvement Works at a number of locations between Stillorgan Grove and Newtown Avenue, Blackrock. Works are due to commence shortly and so a display on the project will be available to the public…Details
Metals up-grade The junction of Marine/Crofton/Queens Roads continues to undergo resurfacing and alignment works with new public lighting and tree planting. A new signalised pedestrian crossing point will be provided outside Dún Laoghaire DART Station and greater pedestrian areas with wider pavements and a public space will be provided outside the Pavillion shops on Queen’s…Details
The annual Cathaoirleach’s Awards Ceremony took place in County Hall on the 9th of June 2011. The 3 prestigious Awards were formally presented to the Dublin & Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team; Dún Laoghaire Sailing Volunteer Group and Stars of Erin GAA Club Dublin & Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team celebrated its Silver Jubilee in 2009. The…Details
Kill Avenue Works continue this week on the Kill Avenue section of the Foxrock Church to Dún Laoghaire DART Station QBC and Cycle Track Scheme. A traffic management plan will be in operation. Metals Up-grade Resurfacing and alignment works will take place, along with new public lighting and tree planting at the cross road in…Details
» New Entry Estimate of Potential Disruption: # Update *** major ** medium * minor ROAD CLOSURES » Killiney Hill Road*** Killiney Hill Road (between Victoria Road Roundabout and Stratmore Road) is currently closed to facilitate emergency drainage works until Sunday 29th May. A traffic management plan is in operation and diversions are signposted. ROADWORKS…Details