Change of Date: this protest will now take place on Saturday 15th December 2018, 10.00 am – 10.30 am outside the main entrance to Glenalbyn / Kilmacud Crokes (on the path outside the overflow carpark).
Please be vigilient. There was an attempted break-in in Cherrygarth on Tuesday evening. Check how well your home is secured with a simple Home Security Checklist compiled by An Garda Síochána.
The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht have launched two schemes to help fund built heritage projects. The schemes will support the owners and custodians of protected structures. Applications open until 31 January 2019. The Built Heritage Investment Scheme (€1,500-€15,000) is for the repair and conservation of structures that are protected under the Planning and Development Act 2000. The Historic Structures Fund (€20,000-€50,000) assists with works to safeguard certain historic structures into the future.
Please be aware of scams in the area. Do not pay money at the door for unwanted services. Contact Gardai if suspicious. Phone: 01 666 5200 / 666 5600
Stillorgan is to receive significant investment as part of the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund. Funding of €1,337,500 will be for Public Realm Works as set out in the “Stillorgan Village Area Movement Framework Plan”. These works will include new pocket parks, redesign of roadspace, and the new Stillorgan Public Library.