Proposed Pay & Display system for Brookfield Court

Proposed Pay & Display system for Brookfield Court   In accordance with the ‘Guidelines for the Implementation of Pay & Display Parking Control Schemes’, in primarily residential areas, eligible residents will be surveyed to ascertain their preference in relation to the proposed introduction of the Parking Control Scheme.   Following representations received to include Brookfield…

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Parking forms

If you live in a “pay and display” area, you can now download various parking application forms from my website:   To apply for a resident’s parking permit: in  English   application-form-for-a-residents-permit as Gaelige   iarratas-ar-chead-pairceala-daitritheoiri To apply for a visitor’s parking permit (now sold in a minimum of 4 @ €1.50 each): in  English   application-form-for-a-visitors-permit as…

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Traffic dispuption in Deansgrange

Traffic disruption at Deansgrange Cross week beginning 22nd February   Between 10am and 4pm, from Monday the 22nd to Friday the 26th of February, there will be some disruption to traffic in Deansgrange, at the junction between Clonkeen Road and Kill Lane. This is to facilitate tree planting on the large traffic island between them (directly…

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Traffic disruption on Newtownpark Avenue

Traffic disruption on Newtownpark Avenue week beginning 22nd February   Between 8am and 6pm, from Monday the 22nd to Friday the 26th of February, there will be some disruption to traffic on Newtownpark avenue at the junction with Newtown Park and Mount Albany. This is to facilitate the installation of a minipillar and ducting for…

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Some parking questions, answered

    “Pay and display” parking scheme – Q&A   Currently, the primary parking solution being implemented by Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council is “pay and display” – a system of controlled parking that requires display of a permit or ticket.   A “pay and display” parking scheme will include painted parking bays on the…

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New speed limits in Dún Laoghaire Rathdown

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Road Traffic Special Speed Limit Bye Laws 2009 came into effect on 11th January 2010 and contain a range of new speed limits throughout the county.   A brief summary of the changes are as follows:   Road Previous Limit New Limit   Glencullen and Ballybrack areas   80kph 50kph Traffic…

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