We are holding our next estate clean-up of the year on Saturday, September 30th, 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 is traditionally very poor so we would like to change that this year. All we need is … More Estate clean up this Saturday September 30th
A resident contacted the Committee recently to see if we could help with access to Leopardstown Shopping Centre through the pedestrian way beside Holy Trinity National School, as the gate was locked mid-morning one Sunday. We contacted the management company and they gave us the phone number for Noonans control room who look after the … More Contact Number for Gate Access to Leopardstown Shopping Centre
Following a request from the Committee, the Council have installed additional traffic light sensors on Glencairn Road below the yellow box. This will resolve the problem that had sometimes occurred when motorists who were unfamiliar with the estate, or were a bit hesitant, stopped short of the yellow box and therefore were not activating the … More New Traffic Light Sensors on Glencairn Road
Here you can see the full list of actions, which were discussed at our last meeting on April 5th. To enlarge or download the action plan as pdf, please click the image below.
The Committee would like to thank all the residents, adults and children, who turned out on Saturday to help with the estate clean-up. We had our highest number out for many years and this was reflected in how well the estate looked afterwards. We’ll be holding another one in May, so hope to see you … More A huge thanks to all helpers at the clean-up!
We are holding our second estate clean-up of the year on Saturday, April 8th, 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 is traditionally very poor so we would like to change that this year. All we need is … More Estate clean up this Saturday April 8th
Our next estate clean up will take place on Saturday April 8th. We meet at 10.30am at the playground. We held 8 of these in 2016 and unfortunately they were very poorly attended by residents so we would really appreciate it if a few of you could help us out for just half an hour. That’s … More Upcoming estate clean up in April
These pretty flowers were planted by John Barron a few days ago, he will be doing the same at the name stone at Glencairn Crescent. He will also be looking after the two plant boxes. Hopefully they will be respected and won’t need too much care. Thanks John for doing this for our estate. 🙂
We have appealed DLRCC’s decision to grant planning permission on the Lisieux development to An Bord Pleanala. Please see below background information about the project and our appeal submission underneath. Information about the project The following information about the project is from July 2016, curtesy to http://www.thetimes.co.uk. Developer Noel Smyth plans to build 17 houses and 52 apartments … More Appeal against Lisieux development planning permission
The illegal dumping of green garden waste is a major problem across Dun Laoghaire Rathdown council area and the Gallops is no exception. CCTV has now been installed opposite the bottom of the green on Glencairn Road as this had become a major black spot for this issue. Please see below a notice from DLRCC on … More Illegal waste dumping in the Gallops