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
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 February 2019
A number of residents have approached committee members in the last week and at the clean up regarding the state of the footpaths within The Gallops. Some folks are under the impression that DLRCC are responsible for cleaning the footpaths and maintaining the grass verges outside their properties. However this is not the case – … More Who is responsible for cleaning the footpaths in the estate?
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 🐾! Your help made a … More Great turn out at our clean up yesterday!
Just a quick reminder in regards to our estate clean-up this Saturday, February 9th, 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 October. 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 Committee of the GRA is aware of a number of problems that arose during the transfer of the 114 bus route from Dublin Bus to the new private operator, Go Ahead Ireland, from January 20th. These included the bus not turning up, turning up late, or not stopping at the Sandyford Industrial Estate, when … More 114 Bus issues
Our next estate clean up will take place on Saturday February 9th. We meet at 10.30am at the playground. We are hoping to get a few more volunteers this month as a few more helping hands can make a great difference how the estate looks afterwards. We only ask for 30-45 minutes of your time. We … More Upcoming estate clean up in February
Dear Residents, there have been two incidents this year already with individuals dumping rubbish at the Big Belly bin near the playground. When we finally received the bin after years of asking for it, the council agreed to install it as long as it is not abused, or in other words it should not be … More Rubbish dumping in the Gallops – please report!