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Mount Merrion Spring Clean & Green Verge Tidy up 2021

Mount Merrion Residents Association held its Annual Spring The Sun Gods shone on us and the Rain Clouds stayed away. About 40 adults and 20 children turned up to help out and many did their own tidy up outside their own houses.

Hedges were trimmed, verges were cut and weeds were removed from kerbs. 10 Panda bags, paid for by MMRA, were filled. 20 Blue bags were stuffed with rubbish that otherwise would lay behind hedges, in ditches and filling our historic HAHA wall…

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Thank you ‘Divino Gardeners’!

A huge thank you to the Cedarmount Lady gardeners for their great work over the past few months sprucing up the flowerbed and planters at Trees Road Upper. The before and after photos say it all. Well done!

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dlr County Development Plan 2022-2028 – Virtual Tour

The County Development Plan guides future growth and development in the County. The Plan sets out the policy objectives and the overall strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development of the County over the plan period from 2022 to 2028. Submissions to dlr by 16th April.

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Mount Merrion is a suburban estate in South County Dublin developed on lands once the seat of the Viscounts Fitwilliam. Centred around the Deerpark, a public park first landscaped by the 5th Viscount, and the remains of the house he built there in 1711, Mount Merrion today is generally considered to be bounded to the North by The UCD campus at Belfield, to the East by the N11 and Booterstown and Blackrock, to the South by Stillorgan and Kilmacud, and to the West by Goatstown and Clonskeagh.  *Lower Kilmacud Road residents on the right-hand-side from Stillorgan Shopping Centre, odd numbers 103 to 167, including 111a, are within Mount Merrion demense.  The Mount Merrion Residents Association, founded in 1935, is the oldest residents’ association in continuous existence in Ireland. It represents the following roads:

  • Callary Road
  • Cedarmount Road
  • Cherrygarth
  • Chestnut Road
  • Clonmore Road
  • The Close
  • Cypress Road
  • Deerpark Road
  • Foster Avenue
  • The Fosters
  • Glenabbey Road
  • Greenfield Road
  • Greygates
  • Iris Grove
  • Lower Kilmacud Road (partial)
  • Mather Road North
  • Mather Road South
  • Mount Anville Road
  • North Avenue
  • Owenstown Park
  • Redesdale Crescent
  • Redesdale Road
  • The Rise
  • Roebuck Avenue
  • St Thomas Road
  • St Thomas Mead
  • South Avenue
  • Sycamore Road
  • Sycamore Cresent
  • East Avenue (Sycamore)
  • Thornhill Road
  • Trees Avenue
  • Trees Road Lower
  • Trees Road Upper
  • Wilson Crescent
  • Wilson Road
At its peak, Mount Merrion rises to 82m (269ft) above sea level.