Archive | November, 2014

Balrothery Green Space Deficit

Over the coming weeks, we intend to release bit size chunks from our submission for your consumption, if you’ll excuse the pun. The reason for this is so that the next time a councillor calls to your door, you’ll be armed with the issues that affect our community and you can ask your local councillor, [...]

Darcystown Road Housing Development – Objection Proposal (PDF)

We note that some residents have had trouble accessing the recent “Objection Proposal” submitted to Fingal County regarding the use of the Fingal County Council owned Darcystown road site. As a result, we have uploaded a PDF version of the document, which you might find easier to access. See link: http://www.roseparkresidentsassociation.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Rosepark-Residents-Commitee-Objection-Submission.pdf The site which is located [...]

Facebook Page for Rosepark Residents Association Launched

Due to the popularity of Facebook as a means of communication, we have launched our Rosepark Residents Association Facebook page to compliment the existing Rospark Residents Association Website but we still encourage all residents to sign up to the website as doing so will ensure you receive email communications about the latest events and activities organised [...]

Fingal Independent – Coverage of Planning Objection

The Rosepark Residents Association would like to share with you; recent coverage of the Planning Objection, submitted in relation to the Housing Development which is planned for the Darcystown road site. You can find the details of this article covered below as well as in the attached image. We have had some good feedback from [...]

Coffee Morning – Irish Premature Babies

Coffee Morning in Support of Irish Premature Babies DATE: Sunday 16 Nov 2014 TIME: 10 AM to 12 Noon VENUE: 14 Rosepark Balrothery We would like to support the Finnerty Family and the Irish Premature Babies foundation by making you aware of a coffee morning taking place this Sunday at the Finnerty residence. James Finerty [...]

Balrothery Tidy Towns Table Quiz

Support Balrothery Tidy Towns and Balrothery Youth Club by supporting a Quiz Night at the Balrothery Inn on Friday 21st of November at 9pm. The Quiz is supported by Balrothery Community Council, with all proceeds going to Tidy Towns and Youth Club. A table of four costs €20 and there will be a raffle and [...]

Submission regarding proposed Part 8 Housing Development on Darcystown Road, Balrothery

To all residents of Rosepark, this post is to notify you that we have submitted our objection to the Part 8/Xl Proposed Works at Darcystown, Balrothery, Co. Dublin. On Tuesday the 11th of November, we submitted our “Objection” (Click here to access: Rosepark Residents Association Commitee – Objection Submission) of the afore mentioned; proposed works, [...]

Balrothery, the Village Fingal Forgot

[We wanted to share with you the protest write up we sent to both the Fingal Independant and the North County Leader] The quiet village of Balrothery, nestled in the hills of Fingal, well known for its association with Cricket and Heritage, has seen much change over the last 2 decades but unfortunately, very little [...]

Fingal Independent Coverage of Darcystown Site Demonstration

Balrothery residents protest against houses RESIDENTS of Rosepark estate in Balrothery are concerned that the last hope for a playground or recreational space for their children is to disappear if plans to build ten new social housing units on a nearby site, go ahead. The council wants to build ten new housing units on a [...]

Balrothery Community Council November Press Release

Following the very successful public meeting held by Balrothery Community Council in September where many issues arose, the singular message coming from the concerned residents was that the village could not accommodate more development and any further building or construction without feasible facilities and upgrading of very poor infrastructure, road and pathways could not proceed.A [...]