Do you have an issue, question or just need help? Contact Me

Recent News

  • Línte na Farraige


    The art installation at the Martello Tower in Blackrock Park, consisting of a solar powered horizontal LED line of light, shows the future risks of rising seas and storm surges, in the year 2100 and under a high-risk scenario where ice loss from Antarctica is greater than expected. The installation is based on future predictions from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report AR6, and historic storm surge data in Dublin Bay. Find out more at


  • Sea Stacks Offshore Wind


    Sea Stacks Offshore Wind by the ESB, is a proposed 800MW fixed-bottom offshore wind farm, to be located from approximately 12-32km off the coast of south County Dublin and north County Wicklow.
    To give local communities the opportunity to learn more about the project, they  are hosting a series of public exhibitions in early November. The exhibitions are a follow-on from the project’s virtual consultation room (open online from 31st May to 11th July 2022) and will offer attendees the opportunity to review up-to-date information on the project as well as to meet with the project team.

    The exhibitions will take place as follows:
    Tuesday 8th November, 4-8pm, Marine Hotel, Sutton, Co. Dublin
    Wednesday 9th November, 4-8pm, National Maritime Museum of Ireland, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
    Thursday 10th November, 4-8pm, Greystones Sailing Club, Greystones, Co. Wicklow
    Please see the project website for further information on the Sea Stacks project.

  • 2 way cycle track Rock Road


    Active Travel, Blackrock Park to Trimleston Avenue, Rock Road proposed 2 way cycle track

     I wish to bring to your attention a non-statutory Public Consultation on a proposal from officials of Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council and the National Transport Authority to provide additional cycle facilities on the Rock Road between Blackrock Park and Trimleston Avenue junction.

    The proposal includes the following:-

    • A new two-way cycle track on the seaward side of the Rock Road
    • Alterations to the existing traffic islands to allow room for the two-way cycle track, junction changes and new road alignments
    • A new pedestrian crossing at the Trimleston Avenue junction which will assist pedestrians crossing Rock Road

    For those who wish to review the plans in more detail you can do so online via the Council’s website using the public consultation tab.

    Any comments must be lodged with the Council by 27th April 2022, either by post to Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin or by email to  Please mark your submission ‘Blackrock Park to Trimleston Avenue Sustainable Travel Improvements’.

Find Me on Facebook

Recent Photos of Marie