Brennanstown Residents Association was established in January 2019, the RA works to enhance the quality of life and sense of community in Brennanstown.
The committee work on behalf of all the residents to ensure that Brennanstown is a safe, beautiful and enjoyable place to live.
The committee meets on the first Tuesday of every month.
A copy of the Brennanstown Residents Association constitution can be downloaded here
What Does The Residents Association Do?
The residents association committee are volunteers and are residents of Brennanstown.
Will Fitzpatrick, Brennanstown Court
Catherine Bourke, Rochfort House
Maria Boylan, Brennanstown Avenue
Tom Robinson, Brennanstown Square
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The residents association committee are involved in a number of aspects of community development and enhancement including:
The RA organise a monthly clean up which takes place on the first Saturday of the month. They meet at the Brennanstown Little Library at 10.30am, residents are welcome to join. The RA provide all gardening equipment and materials.
The RA also work closely with Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Parks Dept and Cabinteely Tidy Towns.
Brennanstown joined the Neighbourhood Watch scheme in June 2019. The RA are in regular contact with the community garda Gavin Fleet. The RA is here to support residents with any crime prevention questions they may have.
The RA monitor planning applications and development in the area. When appropriate the RA lodge submissions on behalf of the residents.
The RA aim to organise a number of family friendly social activities each year. Suggestions from residents are always welcome.
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The RA keep residents informed of relevant issues on a regular basis.
If members would like to join the RA WhatsApp group please send your name and address to 089 9788270
Poster units have been installed in all four bin sheds and notice boards installed in the lobby of each apartment block.
The RA website http://www.BrennanstownRA.com