The following locations will have free, public WEEE collections for people who want to dispose used electrical goods. All householders can avail of this service and Rehab will have staff and a truck to collect waste from any householders who do not have transport for large appliances. The schedule collections is as follows: …Details
I was going door-to-door on Trimleston Drive recently, when residents brought to my attention that a diseased sycamore tree had been removed from there and not replaced. I have raised this issue with the Council (see below) and the tree will be replaced. However, due to cut backs and a reduction in funding from central…Details
This statutory notice is due top appear in newspapers tomorrow (29th April 2010). Let me know if you have any comments, Barry. Notice of Proposed Development by Local Authority Planning and Development Acts, 2000-2008 Planning and Development Regulations, 2001-2009 Proposed facilities at Cabinteely Park, which is within the curtilage of a Protected Structure.…Details
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has organised a number of family-oriented events in our parks during May as part of the OWLS (Outdoor, Wildlife, Learning, and Survival) programme. Events are free and open to the public, but booking is essential as spaces are limited. To book, or for more information, you can contact Andrew Fleming…Details
On Bank Holiday Monday, 3rd May 2010, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council will not be collecting black bins or bags. Householders are asked to put their black bins or bags out on the week before or the week after the bank holiday. The Green Bin Collection due on Monday, 3rd May will be…Details
Meet at the main Killiney Beach car park at 10am. Litter pickers, gloves and bags are provided.
For further information contact the Council’s Beaches Section on (01) 205-4748