Garda Summertime Safety – Garden/ Landscaping Crime Prevention Advice

As part of the Garda ‘Summertime Safety’ campaign the public are encouraged to improve their home security by tidying up gardens and securing sheds / garages. An untidy lawn gives the impression of a vacant home which is more likely to be targeted by burglars. Overgrown hedges or bushes can provide cover for burglars. Ladders and tools left unsecured are often used by burglars to gain entry to homes.

Union Cafe response to MMRA appeal to An Bord Pleanala

Tomose Limited who own the Union Café have filed a response to the five appeals to An Bord Pleanala against the decision of DLR CC to grant them planning permission for the redevelopment of their site. The appellants which includes MMRA have until 12th July to respond to the Tomose response. If you would like to read their submission please follow the link here and go to the document dated 25th June on results page 7, (rank 92, file name KOD01JR7.txt). If, having read their document you have some comments or ideas on how we should respond please contact us through the website or contact any member of the MMRA committee....

Community Garda Alert: Security

Blackrock Community Garda have notified MMRA of two male youths in Hi Vis jackets going house to house acting suspiciously in the Dundrum area.  Please always check callers before opening your front door. Please secure your home if you are going on holidays. Report suspicious activity to Gardai at Blackrock Station on 01 666...

Improvement Works June 2018 – Junction Kilmacud Road/ South Avenue

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council will be carrying out an upgrade of the junction at Lower Kilmacud Road/Upper Kilmacud Road/South Avenue and also extending towards Stillorgan Village as far as the Old Church. Construction is expected to start at the middle of June 2018 and it is envisaged to last for 16 weeks.

Union Café Update – Appeals to An Bord Pleanála

The deadline for submissions of observations to An Bord Pleanála is extended to June 11th. To-date five parties have submitted a formal Appeal. It is open to any resident or interested party to make an observation to the Board of ABP supporting these appeals.