Press Release: New e-mail address to report poles

Press Release 1st November 2010 Council calls for public to notify it of redundant signposts New w-mail address allows citizens to make on-line submissions on poles Councillor Barry Ward has welcomed the new e-mail address that has been set up by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to allow members of the public to contact the…


DLRCoCo wins Local Government Excellence award

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has won an award, in a joint local authority initiative with Fingal County Council, for the development of a new on-line submissions facility for County Development Plans. The award was presented at the recent Chambers Ireland’s Excellence in Local Government Awards 2010, an annual event which recognises innovation and excellence across…


Pay & Display Scheme for Brookfield Court, Blackrock

The new pay and display parking controls will come into effect in Brookfield Court, Blackrock, on Monday, 22nd November 2010. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s Parking Control Bye-Laws now provide for a parking control scheme on Brookfield Court, Blackrock. Pay & Display Parking will come into operation on Brookfield Court, Blackrock on Monday, 22nd November 2010…


New water education pack for primary students

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has launched a new water education pack to be distributed free of charge to all primary schools throughout the County next month. The pack teaches children about where our water comes from, how it is treated, what can happen to pipes in winter, and why it is so important to conserve…


Meeting with officials from Dublin Bus

At this stage, I have made a number of representations to Dublin Bus regarding the company’s new schedule and the change to the 46A and other routes. I am very aware of the frustration of residents of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown with Dublin Bus and I agree that there has been a marked and regrettable lack of…


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…