The notes of the January meeting of the Malahide Community Forum are now available on our monthly notes page.
The latest planning list to week ending 2nd February 2018 can be viewed on our Planning and Local Amenity page.
The following update has been received from Fingal County Council:
An enabling works contract was completed in August 2017 by CTS Projects Ltd in respect of site hoarding, site investigations, temporary roof protection, ivy cutback and clearance of old furniture from the Casino cottage. An application for a disability access certificate was submitted August and a grant was received in October. An application was submitted in August for a fire safety certificate, a clarification process with the fire service including additional information is now completed and a final decision is imminent.
The procurement process for the main contract has commenced using a panel of heritage contractors from a new framework. Final tender documents will issue in first week December to allow an expected start on site in early February 2018. A construction duration of 11 months has been stipulated for completion in January 2019.
Tenders have been received for the design and construction of the Fry Model Railway exhibition incorporating working layouts and modern interactive interpretation and display. A clarification process is underway as part of the evaluation process and an appointment is expected in December 2017. The proposal includes for installation in January /February 2019 after completion of the main building works.
Fingal County Council have shared a further update in relation to the Casino and the Fry Model Railway with us. It is still expected that the main contractor will be appointed in December 2017 with construction lasting 12 months. Read the full update here.
The latest planning list to week ending 8th August can be viewed on our Planning and Local Amenity page here.
Malahide Tidy Towns will be holding their annual fundraising Table Quiz this Thursday, 20th July 2017 at 7.45pm in the Grand Hotel Malahide. A table of four costs €60, or €15 per person. More information on their Facebook page. If you fancy yourself as a quiz expert, why not support this great cause!
The Dublin Airport Community Fund supports local projects that make a positive contribution to our neighbouring communities. Applications open on 1st September 2017, and you can find all the information here.