Leisure services in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown

Monkstown, Glenalbyn, Meadowbrook and Loughlinstown have all been awarded the White Flag presented by Irish Leisure and Amenities Management, recognising that attained and maintained the highest standards of excellence. Monkstown Bluepool and Meadowbrook were awarded the Gold Standard for Disability provision.

Luas Cherrywood extension

The Luas Green Line extension (Line B1) has been extended to Cherrywood and was opened on the 16th of October to everyone. The new 7.5km line will add over 2 million passenger journeys a year to the Luas network and nine new stops after Sandyford: • Central Park • Glencairn • The Gallops • Leopardstown…

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New charges for off-street car parks in DLR

With effect from 1st July 2010, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council must add 21% VAT to the price of parking in off-street car parks*. In order to meet the cost, charges on these car parks have been increased. All current charges for on-street parking remain the same. The car parks and new scale of charges are…

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BlueLine – proposed Southeast Dublin Rapid Transit Service

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council in association with University College Dublin, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, RTÉ and the Sandyford Business Estates Association, has announced a proposed Southeast Dublin rapid transit service: BlueLine. BlueLine will run from St. Vincent’s University Hospital (Nutley Lane) to the Sandyford Business Estate via University College, Dublin. It will offer a high…

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