The Association made a submission in respect of the final public submission stage of the DLR County Development Plan 2022-2028. This stage is in relation to the proposed amendments made to the Draft Plan.
Due to the reindeer being on a strict training schedule Santa resorted to traveling around our area on an electric bike again this year, hand delivering selection boxes to all the little Roebuckians. We learnt a lot about Santa on this jaunt around the area. For example, did you know he is 1,798 years old? Or that he traveled back to the North Pole on a normal airplane after his visit here? In disguise of course. Good luck on the big night Santa, and see you next year in Roebuck!
Thanks to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Council Council for the funding of this event.
Here are the Minutes for this year’s AGM, which was held online on Wednesday 20th October.
To view the individual reports please contact us.
The man in red is coming back to Roebuck for another whirlwind bike tour on Saturday, late afternoon, December 4th. The reindeer are following a strict training regime and will be on a rest day that Saturday, so he’ll be hand-delivering selection boxes to all the little Roebuckians using his trusty electric cargo bike. Be sure to come out and greet him as he goes by.
His elves have put together an approximate schedule of when he’ll visit each road. You can see that below. The elves have advised us that this schedule is very approximate (he’s far too important to follow rules), but it’ll give you an idea of roughly when to expect him.
Imagine Dundrum are holding a webinar “A Changing Dundrum Village: Information and Inspiration” next Tuesday evening,16th November, 8pm – 9.15pm. With the imminent development of the old shopping centre site by Hammerson (The UK company that owns the site, and some of Dundrum Main Street, has plans to build 800+ apartments on the site. You can read about this here.), this will be an opportunity to find out more. The Chair for the evening will be Dr Alan Mee, UCD School of Architecture.
Register for the webinar here.
The agenda is as follows:
- Welcome and introductory remarks
- Strategic Housing Development – the challenges to communities
Robin Mandal, former Director, RMA Architects, former President of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, Chair of the Dublin Democratic Planning Alliance (DDPA)
- Designing for Liveable Neighbourhoods: the case for low rise/ high density building – John Dobbin, Architect, Urbanist and Director, Shay Cleary Architects
- Re-imagining Dundrum Village: proposals from Imagine Dundrum Anne Colgan, Chair/ co-founder of Imagine Dundrum, and Independent Councillor for Dundrum Ward, DLR Council
- Questions and suggestions for the panel
Laurie and her gang of scary witches, vampires and warlocks pulled off an amazing Halloween party down on the Green on Saturday 30th October. A very big thanks to Laurie and everyone who helped with the set-up and clean-up. Big thanks to Lynam’s for providing the finger food, and to The Colour Den for sweets. A very special thanks to Prop Me Up for the the great props. The Green has never looked so spooktacular!
This video came through from the LPF (Local Policing Forum). The video contains some tips on how to prevent crime during the winter months by An Garda Síochána. It is an initiative of the DLR Age Friendly and Social Inclusion Unit.
Some of you might be interested in the Age Action Care and Repair scheme. They also maintain a Trades Referral List.
Imagine Dundrum is holding a webinar on Tuesday November 16th, 8pm.
A Changing Dundrum Village: information and inspiration
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
We are planning a Halloween gathering on Saturday 30th October from 5pm-7pm on the green in front of the shops. We hope you can join us for this gathering and that both kids and adults can make the effort to come in some sort of Halloween attire.
With the times that are in it, we would ask you to please adhere to Covid guidelines. There will be hand sterilisation points around the green that we’d encourage you and your kids to use throughout. As it will be dark at that time, we ask all parents to take full responsibility for their children around road safety, especially around the Farmhill and Larchfield Road junctions.
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