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Latest Notes

Here are the notes for July 2020. The notes of our previous meetings are available on our monthly notes page. Latest Notes

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Keeping New Street family friendly and alcohol free

Fingal county council has pedestrianised New Street for a 10 week pilot project. However, many residents have expressed concern that the pedestrianisation of New Street will result in alcohol consumption on the street. The Malahide Community Forum wrote to an Garda Siochana seeking … Continue reading

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Cooperation with Malahide Tidy Towns

We’re fortunate in Malahide to have a very active Tidy Towns committee that works tirelessly to keep our village looking beautiful and regularly wins Tidy Town awards. The cancellation, due to Covid-19, of this year’s Tidy Towns competition has not … Continue reading

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Latest Notes

Here are the notes for June 2020. The notes of our previous meetings are available on our monthly notes page.

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Bike parking Malahide – where would you like new bike racks?

Time to have your say – where would you like additional bicycle parking in Malahide? Fingal county council has ordered 400 bike racks, with 1/3 due to be installed this month (June 2020) based on suggestions from FCC staff, councillors, … Continue reading

Posted in Community, Environment, Tidy Towns, Transport | 29 Comments

Lets share our parks and roads with care

One silver lining of this challenging time is to see so many people out walking, jogging and cycling. We’re fortunate in Malahide to have Robswall Park (Paddy’s Hill), Malahide Demesne and Estuary Park, with lots of green spaces between.  We … Continue reading

Posted in Community, Environment, Footpaths, Pedestrians, Transport, Youth | 2 Comments

Latest notes

Here are the notes for May 2020. The notes of our previous meetings are available on our monthly notes page.

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Kill your speed – not our nannas

May 22nd was national slow down day. Despite the lockdown, road deaths are higher this year than last – 56 people have been killed to date – 30% pedestrians. As the sign says:  “Kill your speed – not our nannas”.

Posted in Community, Environment, Footpaths, Pedestrians, Roads

What’s your opinion regarding the planning application for Westbury Club, The Green Malahide?

Do you have an opinion on the planning application for the site of The Westbury Club, The Green, Malahide for 26 apartments? If so, the planning sub-committee of the Malahide Community Forum would like to hear from you (via our … Continue reading

Posted in Housing, Planning

Latest Notes

Here are the notes for April 2020. The notes of our previous meetings are available on our monthly notes page.

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