The next annual meeting for residents of the Gallops will take place on Thursday November 28th 2019 at 8pm at Holy Trinity National School. We will give you a rundown of what we have achieved in 2019, discuss current and upcoming issues in the estate, have a look at our finances and discuss what’s on … More Next Annual Meeting (AGM) for Residents 2019
As a response to our article ‘BusConnect – don’t lose our 47 bus – here is what you can do!‘ , we received a very valuable comment: As well as the 47, we’re going to lose the 118 bus, which is a crucial route for local kids going to Coláiste Íosagáin and Coláiste Eoin as … More BusConnect – save our 118 bus
The new revised BusConnects.ie plans to upgrade the Dublin Bus service were published last month and unfortunately for the residents of The Gallops and the other residents of Murphystown Way it looks like we may lose our bus service, the 47 bus. Here you can read more about the other important bus we have, Bus 118. … More BusConnect – don’t lose our 47 bus – here is what YOU can do!
Recycling is important but not always easy. Most of us have heard that we should only place paper, tins & rigid plastic into our recycling bin and have to put styrofoam and soft plastic items such as plastic bags or cling film into the black bin. Did you know that you can actually recycle styrofoam, … More Did you know you can recycle soft plastic, polystyrene, light bulbs and cooking oil?
The committee would like to thank the small group of adults, children and two dogs who joined us at our monthly estate clean up last Saturday. A massive thanks to the five boys who came with their own bags collecting rubbish on their way to the playground – thank you for your help, that was … More Thanks to the people who helped at the clean up
It is against the law not to clean up after your dog. Small plastic sacks are available from many shops for a very low price and are ideal for cleaning up after your dog. Anyone identified allowing his/her dog to foul in a public place will be issued with a fine of up to €150. … More Please report dog fouling to DLRCC
Just a quick reminder in regards to our estate clean-up this Saturday, November 2nd, at 10.30 am. We meet at the playground and hope we’ll get the same great turn out like last month, which was really great! All we need is half an hour of your time to help pick up some litter in a … More Estate clean up this Saturday – please help!
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. To give a donation of your choice, … More Gallops Residents Association – Action Plan October 2019
We are holding our next estate clean-up on Saturday, November 2nd, at 10.30 am. We initially wanted to hold our next clean up this Saturday but as Ireland will play the All Blacks in the rugby world cup quarter final, we decided to postpone our clean up by 2 weeks. This way we can also … More Estate clean up Saturday November 2nd
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, on behalf of Transport Infrastructure Ireland, gives notice in accordance with Section 75 of the Roads Act, 1993 that it intends to close: The M50 Northbound between Junction 17 (M11) and Junction 14 (Dun Laoghaire). The M50 Junction 16 northbound merge slip road The M50 Junction 15 northbound merge slip road Dates of the closure: October … More Temporary Closure Of M50 Junctions 14 to 17 Northbound