Gallops Residents Association – Action Plan October 2021

First of all, we would like to thank everybody who has made an online donation to the Residents Association. If you have not made a donation yet and could spare €5 or €10 once a year or even every second year, then that would be very much appreciated.

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And now back to our last meeting, below you can see the full list of actions, which were discussed at our meeting on September 29th. To enlarge or download the action plan as PDF, please click the image below.

 

Gallops Action plan October 2021

 

 

 

 


2 thoughts on “Gallops Residents Association – Action Plan October 2021

  1. Why is provision being made for new playground equipment to be installed when the area is a constant attraction for anti social behaviour and not used after dark for the kids / families for whom the purpose is intended?

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    1. Hi Richard, thanks for your comment. I’m not sure I understand your question correctly. The playground is used every day and all day long by lots of children. Many families will be delighted that the playground will be improved for our children in the estate (at a cost of between 60 k and 120 k). Anti-social behaviour at night is certainly a concern but it’s a different issue and shouldn’t mean that all other children can’t have a safe and fun place to play. If you have any concerns about anti-social behaviour please contact the Gardai as they always ask residents to please contact them straight away if any issues have been noticed.

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