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
Several residents have been in touch with the residents association about the car park that’s “popped up” in the last week on Brennanstown Avenue. Update – We’ve been reliably informed that the plot of land being used as a car park is owned by Tudor Homes. This particular plot of land is managed by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, we have contacted the council on … Continue reading “Pop Up” Car Park On Brennanstown Avenue
In recent months residents have expressed concern about the poor condition of the ramp in front of Le Hunt House. The Residents Association have been working with local councillors and DLRCC to address the matter. Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council’s roads department have confirmed to the residents association that repairs to the ramp will be carried out in the next few weeks. The residents association … Continue reading Repairs To The Ramp In Front Of Le Hunt House, Brennanstown.
In recent months residents have expressed concern about the poor lighting on Brennanstown Ave, from the Old Bray Rd to the Cabinteely Stream. Brennanstown Residents Association, on behalf of residents the have in recent weeks been working with local councillors and DLRCC to address the matter. We can confirm that Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council’s lighting dept have today upgraded the street lights in question … Continue reading Street Lighting Upgrade On Brennanstown Ave