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Safe Route to PJPII

Please find below a link to the recent Council meeting in regards to Safe Routes to School. The Malahide Community Forum have been working to make the routes to PJPII safe & the Council & Councilors are now focusing on … Continue reading

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Safe Routes to School

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Latest Notes

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Advance Notice – Testing and Flight Calibration of North Runway Lighting System at Dublin Airport

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Casino Apartments

The decision of NAMA to sell 69 apartments in the Casino complex to an investment fund, for future rental, is a total reversal of an agreement reached with existing Casino residents that the apartments would be sold individually. It also … Continue reading

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The Casino Apartment

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Thinking of Setting up a Residents Association – Let Fingal Support You

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Recent Incidents of Lawlessness in Malahide

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Caves Marsh

The Malahide Community Forum has identified Seabury to Pope John Paul II primary school as one of our four priority routes for Schoolchildren to have safe access to School. We did this as we feel that Barrack Bridge is a pinch … Continue reading

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Would you like your kids to be able to cycle safely to school?

The Active Travel Sub Committee of the Malahide Community Forum was set up in 2020 with a goal of improving walking & cycling facilities in Malahide, with a particular focus on the provision of “Safe Routes to Schools”. By improving … Continue reading

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