Submitting an observation on the Union Café appeal to An Bord Pleanala

Now that the developers have appealed the decision of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown CC (DLR CC) to An Bord Pleanala(ABP) it is critical that the residents of Mount Merrion make their views known to the Board of ABP. There is no change to the plan rejected by DLR so we are recommending that you ask ABP to reject this appeal. We detail below the process you must follow when making an observation. Anyone can make an observation irrespective of whether or not you made an observation/objection to DLR. You can also get together with a few of your neighbours and make a joint observation for the one fee of €50.One person takes the lead and the others sign and provide their names and addresses. If you have any questions or need help you can contact us through the website or contact any member of the committee Submitting an observation on the Union Café appeal to An Bord Pleanala Residents and any other person are entitled to make an observation to An Bord Pleanala on this development. To do this they should write a letter outlining the basis for their observation in their own words and mail it to: The Secretary, An Bord Pleanála, 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, or deliver it by hand to an employee of the Board (not a security person) during office hours (9.15 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.) on Monday to Friday, so that the appeal reaches the Board by 5.30pm on 8th September. Do not place the appeal in the Board’s letterbox. Enclose the Fee which is €50 either as a cheque or postal order.In your letter or...

Important information events on the Stillorgan Reservoir Upgrade Project

These drop-in public information events will run from 4pm to 8pm on Thursday August 25th and Monday September 5th. They will take place in the Glenalbyn Sports Club on Glenalbyn Road in Stillorgan. Members of the public and interested stakeholders are encouraged to to attend these evenings to discuss the proposal for a new covered reservoir to be built on the Stillorgan Reservoir site. At these events they will have the opportunity to meet with the project team, who will answer any questions they may have about the project. The events are being held to coincide with with a six week non-statutory public consultation. Interested parties are invited to submit their views on the issue before Wednesday September 14th, and the proposed plans can be viewed at this...