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Mayor of South Dublin County Council (SDCC) Cllr Emma Murphy, SDDC Chief Executive Daniel McLoughlin and staff from South Dublin County Council attended the Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards which were held in the Crown Plaza, where the Council won the Local Authority Innovation Award. The Council projects nominated included Tallaght District-heating
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South Dublin County Council announced they are seeking expressions of interest from businesses within the hospitality, food, retail and lifestyle sectors to work with the Council to create an exemplar development at Rathfarnham Castle and Park, which will play an important role as a key tourism and local destination amenity. The project offers a unique […]
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A sod-turning has taken place for the construction of an eagerly awaited community facility in Saggart Village for a community centre. The delivery of the facility has been a collaborative process between South Dublin County Council and the board of management of the local voluntary Saggart Schoolhouse Community Centre. The investment in the Community Centre […]
Council Partners Environment News
The Mayor of South Dublin County, Councillor Peter Kavanagh, has launched a new litter bin sticker campaign at an event in Corkagh Park. The sticker was designed by Comhairle Na nÓg and Foróige in conjunction with the Environmental Awareness section of South Dublin County Council and highlights the importance of not leaving your rubbish on […]
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South Dublin County Council (SDCC) has launched a new guide for sustainable drainage approach to managing surface water while enhancing the natural landscape of South Dublin County. The ‘Sustainable Drainage Explanatory, Design and Evaluation Guide 2022’ was launched in Sean Walsh Park, Tallaght by the Mayor of South Dublin County, Cllr Peter Kavanagh, SDCC Chief […]
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Mayor Cllr. Peter Kavanagh launched the South Dublin County Council’s Tree Management Policy  – ‘Living with Trees’ 2021-2026 in Corkagh Park. The Mayor planted an Oak tree– Quercus petraea – the Dair ghaelachor the traditional Irish Oak  – the sessile native oak. The Mayor said, “trees provide great benefits in so many ways – economic, social,