Dear Members and Residents,
The Residents Association have arranged for two skips be to be on site this Friday and Saturday for residents to dispose of unwanted household items.
On Friday 24th between 9am – 12pm there will be a skip in Brennanstown Square
On Saturday 25th between 9am – 12pm there will be a skip on Brennanstown Avenue
Residents Association Committee members will supervise the skips both days.
The skips are for residents use only.
Suitable items for skips:
Household furniture, beds, carpets, curtains etc
– Construction material such as tiles, bricks, pipes.
– Garden waste such as hedge or tree cuttings.
Not suitable for skips:
– Fluorescent Tubes
– Old Paint Cans (even if empty)
– Gas Cylinders or any other type of pressurised container
– Petrol, diesel or oil contaminated waste
– Chemical waste such as insecticides, medicines, herbicides, white spirits, etc.
– Electrical goods
– Food Waste
Brennanstown Residents Association Committee
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I’m living in 12 Brennanstown Avenue and my ex husband was calling over to us at the weekend and his car broke down when he came into the estate. He managed to push it down the hill with the aid of my daughters and park it in the small “lay-by” beside the library, they could not get it any further towards the house as it is all up-hill from there to my house
He rang his garage the following day and they are going to move it as soon as the regulations on the travel ban have been lifted but we can’t do anything until then
I note this morning there is a red warning sign stuck on the car saying “warning this is private property you will be clamped” there is literally nothing we can do to move the car and as I am a resident I feel the private property warning does not apply. The car is off the road and does not cause any obstruction.
Can you confirm that an exception will be made in this situation in light of the restrictions we are living with? And also that we can remove the sticker
12 Brennanstown Avenue
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