Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council intend to make a Local Area Plan (LAP) for Ballyogan and Environs, an area that covers Ballyogan, Kilgobbin, The Gallops/Glencairn (Leopardstown) and parts of Carrickmines and Stepaside. They have produced a Draft LAP which is now available for inspection. Two Public Information Sessions will be held, at which Council Officials will … More Public Consultation – Draft Ballyogan and Environs Local Area Plan 2019 – 2025
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County CounciI has launched a new service to register and fix broken street lights quickly. If you see a street light is broken please go to the following page on our Gallops website. Top Navigation bar: ‘Local Information – Register broken street lights in DLR area’ https://gallops.ie/register-broken-street-lights-in-dlr-area/ Here you will find a … More Register broken street lights in DLR area
First of all, thank you very much 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, please click … More Gallops Residents Association – Action Plan March 2019
Just a quick reminder, that the next Policing Forum Open Meeting will take place tomorrow evening at 8pm. If you’re interested please feel free to come along. The Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Joint Policing Committee was established in 2009. The DLR JPC is a strategic partnership between An Garda Siochana and Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council … More Reminder: Policing Forum Open Meeting tomorrow April 2nd
We had a report today from a resident that someone purporting to be from an alarm company called to her house and said that the residents association were endorsing their service and encouraging residents to sign up to it. Please note that we have a policy of not endorsing or advertising any company’s products or … More Alarm company not endorsed by the GRA
The committee would like to thank everybody who turned up yesterday to our monthly estate clean up – it was great! Lots of people came to help in the morning and the bags just kept coming in! We would like to thank everybody who helped including the children and dogs again 🐾! Your help made … More Another great turn out at our clean up yesterday!
DLRCC has just informed us about new community clean-up guidelines which have to be implemented from now on, please click on the document below for full information in advance of the clean up this Saturday. Thanks for your cooperation, we look forward to seeing many of you on Saturday again.
Just a quick reminder in regards to our estate clean-up this Saturday, March 23rd, at 10.30 am. We meet at the playground and hope we’ll get another great turn-out like at the last clean up in February. All we need is half an hour of your time to help pick up some litter in a particular … More Estate clean up this Saturday – please help!
The Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Joint Policing Committee was established in 2009. The DLR JPC is a strategic partnership between An Garda Siochana and Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council with the aim of creating a safe and secure county. DLR Joint Policing Committee meets three times a year and hold one public meeting per annum. The … More Policing Forum Open Meeting on April 2nd 2019
We are holding our next estate clean-up on Saturday, March 23rd, at 10.30 am. We meet at the playground and depending on numbers, we clean as much of the estate as possible. Turnout from residents last month was really good – in fact it was the best turnout we had so far, thank you so … More Estate clean up Saturday March 23rd