Welcome to our October
There’s a lot happening in Dun Laoghaire at the moment! Myrtle Square and Convent Lane are getting a green facelift, and Dlr CoCo could use your input on the Climate Action Plan. Also, grants for 2024 are now open for applications – don’t miss out! Exciting news in business, too, with a local green business receiving high honours. A fresh art exhibition by Diane Magee titled “Winterage 2023” is on display by dlr ArtNet, definitely worth a visit. Soon, we will be welcoming a new ice rink – perfect for the family to enjoy. Plus, the Royal Marine Hotel and the town itself received glowing reviews from a travel guide. Last but not least, catch Catherine Butler Weir at the next Digital Dun Laoghaire Meetup.
And of course if you have Dún Laoghaire related news you would like to share please contact me – [email protected]
Update on Myrtle Square & Convent Lane Greening Project
Myrtle Square & Convent Lane.
All major works on Convent lane and Myrtle square are now complete and the contractor is now working on the finishes. Cumnor aim to have lane and square fully opened the week after next.
The Playful lining will be done next week weather permitting.
The paving works on George’s Street are progressing and the section of paving in front of St Micheal’s is due to be finished tomorrow.
The additional areas to be paved in front of Argos and directly across from Argos will commence next week and some changes to pedestrian management will be required.
Cumnor have commenced fitting Granite bollards in front of canopy, this work will be completed next week.
Lining of George’s Street will be done next week.
The new build out at Wellington Rd/George’s Street Junction will commence next week.
The Stop-Go arrangement on George’s has now been terminated.
We appreciate your patience and please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] if you would like to discuss any aspect of the project
The Parks Team, DLR County Council
DÚn Laoghaire’s Reverve a Green Business of the Year
We are incredibly proud to share that Reverve, a Dun Laoghaire based company, has been recognised for Green Business of the year. Per their words, they started in the Dun Laoghaire Enterprise Centre (now Digital Dun Laoghaire Hub) and continue to thrive with the hub’s continuous support.