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Where there’s a will, there’s a way.

It’s all of #OurPeninsula, and there are steps we can all take, to make things better.

Every contribution counts.

Together we can work to make things better for everyone.

Why do we want to set up residents associations?

- [x] It gives each estate access to funding for various improvements. You will have a dedicated Community Officer who will work with you to help improve things in your estate.
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We have a very active community council, and we would like to support everybody in the peninsula.
Residents associations have a voice and in conjunction with Fingal County Council, we can help set them up.

Yesterday, we had contacts from a number of people who want to move things forward for their estates.

We are keen to hear from more residents.

We will support everyone in every estate.

If you want to get in touch with us, please do. We are here to help you succeed!

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16 hours ago

Donabate Portrane Community Council

Well done to our friends in Lusk Village.
Great achievement!Major Bord Pleanala decision to refuse planning permission for 359 dwellings on Ministers Road, Lusk. The Community Council congratulates An Bord Pleanala for recognizing the many concerns raised by the community of Lusk regarding this proposed Strategic Housing Development and for refusing permission on the basis that the proposal was not a sustainable development for our town.
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You won’t believe what happens next.

As part of our Our Peninsula program, we are looking to strengthen residents associations across the community.

Could you please send us a PM with your contact details for your residents association?

If you are new to the area, or your estate does not yet have an association, can you please let us know and we can help you set your association up!

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Road Traffic (Speed Limits) (County of Fingal) Proposed Bye-Laws 2020



Fingal County Council in exercise of the powers conferred on it by Section 9 of the Road Traffic Act, 2004 (No. 44 of 2004) hereby gives notice of its intention to make Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws in respect of public roads within the administrative County of Fingal.

In summary the proposed changes to speed limits on the peninsula are as follows:

•Residential housing estate roads - 30km/h.

• 50km/h shall be the speed limit for Donabate Village from the tie-in from the DDR and for Portrane Village.

• 60km/h shall be the speed limit from Lissenhall and the full length of the Donabate Distributor Road and a small stretch of the Portrane Road.

So in a nutshell, there will be three speed limits, estates 30, villages 50, main roads 60.

The maps below provide a graphical representation.

If you would like to make a submission, you can do so at the following URL:

bit.ly/2vComcD
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