Press Release – 29th September 2010 Open House Dublin Returns to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Explore Your City’s Architecture The opportunity to visit architect-designed private residences, historic buildings and new landmarks is offered by the annual Open House Dublin weekend, and there is plenty on offer this year in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. Run by the…Details
On two occasions during recent years vehicles have accidentally left the road on Seapoint Avenue, demolished railings and ended up on or adjacent to the DART line. In view of the significant safety risks raised by these incidents, the Council applied to the National Roads Authority to make funding available to carry out a…Details
This week (4th-8th October 2010), from 8am to 6pm, there will be traffic lane and footpath restrictions in place to facilitate the dishing of footpaths on Avoca Avenue. A stop/go shuttle system will be in place from 9am to 4pm.
The Dublin Mountains Partnership (DMP) was set up in 2008 to improve the recreational experience for users of public lands in the Dublin Mountains, while recognising the objectives and constraints of the various landowners. The DMP now wishes to form a consultative forum to engage with local people living and working in the Dublin…Details
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has made an order to temporarily close sections of Killiney Hill Road on a phased basis from 3rd August to 15th October 2010 inclusive. The closure is to facilitate roads restoration and ancillary works. A Traffic Management Plan will be in operation and diversions will be signposted. Local and pedestrian…Details
Earlier this year, residents of Cross Avenue and St. Margaret’s brought to my attention that the footpath on Cross Avenue near the entrance to St. Margaret’s was flooding regularly after heavy or prolonged rain. Similarly, residents in St. Margaret’s showed me where the drains at the end of the road were almost totally blocked.…Details