Action taken over Laud­erdale park­ing

Bray People - - Council Report -

CALLS WERE MADE to take the re­main­der of Laud­erdale Es­tate in charge, with Cllr. John Byrne ex­plain­ing that res­i­dents can­not park in front of their homes and the sec­tion of lane be­hind around eight of the houses is in bad con­di­tion.

’It’s a dirt track,’ he said, adding that the rest of the es­tate has been taken in charge. ’ The en­gi­neer said af­ter re­ceipt of a pe­ti­tion that he would take sec­tions but not the whole road.’

The Town En­gi­neer said that this was not the case. ’That’s not fac­tu­ally cor­rect. I said I would not rec­om­mend it,’ he told Cllr. Byrne. ’It’s not for me to de­cide. We would de­fer to the wishes of the mem­bers. I ob­vi­ously don’t have any per­sonal vendetta against the res­i­dents of Laud­erdale.’

’ There are peo­ple who live there who have ac­tu­ally paid do­mes­tic rates,’ said Cllr. Byrne. ’ Surely they should have the road taken in charge and put up to the level re­quired.’

Cllr. Byrne asked that the Laud­erdale mat­ter be put up for pub­lic con­sul­ta­tion at the same time as Dun­cairn Ter­race.

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