Street Lights Update

Dear Members, An update from the managing agents… Dear Brennanstown Residents Association, We wish to advise you that JR Support Services have returned to the Brennanstown development this morning to resume work on the broken external lights. Due to bad weather conditions on Friday, it was unsafe to expose external cabling and the works had to be delayed until today. We have asked JR Support … Continue reading Street Lights Update

Heath & Safety – Lights Still Not Working

Dear Members, The street lights in Brennanstown Square have not worked for more than two weeks. With it getting dark earlier in the evenings, this is a serious health and safety issue. The square feels unsafe at night. This should be addressed as a matter of urgency. We’re asking all residents to email the managing agents (odrem) to demand the lights be fixed immediately. Email: … Continue reading Heath & Safety – Lights Still Not Working

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Brennanstown Wins Two Tidy Districts Awards

Dear Members, We are delighted to share the news that Brennanstown Residents Association won two awards at last night’s Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Tidy Districts Awards ceremony. This is the first year that the residents association has entered the Tidy Districts Competition. The Residents Association committee would like to thank each and every resident that has made the effort to join a clean up, … Continue reading Brennanstown Wins Two Tidy Districts Awards

Lights Out of Order

Dear Members, Please use caution when walking through Brennanstown Square at night. A number of street lights are not working and have not worked for almost a week. The square is very dark and vehicles are known to enter the square at speed and may not see pedestrians. In addition lights in at least two of the stairwells to the underground car park do not … Continue reading Lights Out of Order

Disruption To Water Supply

Dear Members, Following reports from residents about unusual taste of the tap water in recent days the residents association contact Irish Water. We have received the following update about the Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown supply: “Following a major supply interruption last Friday 9th September, Irish Water is aware of taste/odour issues affecting Dun-Laoighre Rathdown and North Wicklow areas as the as the network returns to normal. The … Continue reading Disruption To Water Supply