Temporary Closure of Stocking Lane COMHAIRLE CHONTAE ÁTHA CLIATH THEAS
SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY COUNCIL
Roads Act 1993, Section 75
Temporary Closure of R115 Stocking Lane
To facilitate the installation of a watermain from Ballyboden Water Treatment Plant, South Dublin County Council propose to temporarily close the R115 Stocking Lane from Saturday 19th January to Wednesday 23rd January 2019.l
Via Scholarstown Road
Mount Venue Road
'Ballyboden St Endas will be collecting Christmas trees on Sunday 6th January between 9am-3pm. If you would like to have your tree collected please text your name & address to 087 9312851. All proceeds go to our Juvenile Development'
Thanking you in advance, and we wish you all a great 2019!.
If you have any queries please contact me on 087 9312851,
To whom it may concern,
The Oral Hearing where the fate of Hellfire and Massy's Wood is starting on the 20th November and we are busily fundraising to cover the cost of the hearing.
If you are interesting in purchasing a calendar to support this cause please contact us below.
On behalf of Save the Hellfire Group
Knocklyon Network are organising an event next Tuesday at 11.00 AM in the Iona Centre. It is a presentation by Voice Delegate on what you can recycle and what isn't recyclable. Voice are appointed by the Department of the Environment to raise awareness of Recycling throughout the country.https://voiceireland.org/
Update from Cllr. Emma Murphy
Edmondstown Road Update - 31 August 2018
I am delighted to share the following Update in relation to the Edmondstown Road Closure - myself and my colleague John Lahart have worked tirelessly on this issue for almost a year and we are relieved to get a positive outcome.
Further to the meeting this afternoon with SDCC I have set out the position of the Council in relation to the Edmondstown Road below:
South Dublin County Council initiated legal proceedings seeking an order of the Court, that remedial works be carried out following unauthorised excavation and that the Edmondstown Road be reinstated and the road reopened. The legal process while continuing, is taking longer than anticipated. In the context of this uncertain legal timeframe and in order to avoid any potential weather erosion the Council has decided that it is in the best interests of the local residents and businesses as well as the wider public who have been severely impacted by the closure that the works are undertaken by a specialist contractor on behalf of the Council. To this end a contractor has been appointed and works will commence within the next two weeks. The duration of the works is expected to be 12 weeks from commencement. The Council will continue to pursue its legal action.