Welcome to the Sandyford Hall Residents Association website. This website is a resource to all residents of the area. It is intended to facilitate easy and direct communication with members of the committee and to provide a platform for residents to raise and discuss issues related to the area.
Front railings in need of touch up
Saturday 24th members of the association will be repainting the front railings at the entrance
Start time 2.00 pm
Free RSA Safety Gear
Gareth from the residents’ association committee has acquired a number of Road safety authority high viz vests (XL), Sam Browne belts, High viz draw string bags and high viz back pack covers. These are available for Sandyford hall residents. Always a good idea to wear high viz when out walking, running or cycling but in particular at this time of year.
If you’re interested items can be picked up from 20 Sandyford Hall Rise on Sat 07th Jan at 11am.
Upgrade of roundabout
(from Lettie McCarthy)
A section of the Kilgobbin Road, between Hillcrest Road and Mount Eagle Way, was upgraded a number of years ago. The remaining section to Ballyogan Road has completed the Part VIII Public Consultation process and has approval to proceed. However, there are no funds available to carry out these works.
The Traffic Section are promoting the use of public transport and are encouraging residents from Aiken's Village and Sandyford Hall to use the Luas via the Murphystown Way stop.
In order to improve safety for pedestrians crossing the Kilgobbin Road, the Traffic Section propose to install a pedestrian crossing between Sandyford Hall and the Old Murphystown Road. In conjunction with this work, it is proposed to tighten up the kerbing around the existing roundabout, which will slow traffic approaching the new crossing from the Ballyogan Road direction.
This work will be designed and constructed in 2012, subject to funding from the National Transport Authority.