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  • If you live in the Clondalkin Electoral Area (Clondalkin / Newcastle / Rathcoole), you may vote on the shortlisted projects which you think will be of most benefit to your community.
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Shortlisted Ideas
  • Christmas Lights Icon €20K

    Christmas Lights

    Proposal to light up the streets for the Christmas Period for North Clondalkin providing a festive atmosphere for residents, visitors and businesses in the run up to Christmas.

  • New Christmas Lights for Clondalkin Village Icon €20K

    New Christmas Lights for Clondalkin Village

    Replacing of Christmas lights/installation of lights for the Christmas period in Clondalkin Village, which will continue to add magic to the festive season for residents, visitors and businesses alike.

  • Renovate Portocabin for the Clondalkin Men Shed Icon €7K

    Renovate Portocabin for the Clondalkin Men Shed

    The Clondalkin Men’s Shed request a renovation of a Portcocabin at their new site in Mayfield NC. This will allow the Men’s Shed further space in which men in the area can socialise and practice craft skills..

  • Gym Equipment and Activities for Rathcoole Community Centre Icon €25K

    Gym Equipment and Activities for Rathcoole Community Centre

    Rathcoole Community Council propose that new gym equipment be provided to the Rathcoole Community Centre to increase activities and use for older and younger people. This will provide an active and social outlet for people of all abilities.

  • A Community Orchard, Clondalkin Electoral Area Icon €10K

    A Community Orchard, Clondalkin Electoral Area

    This is a combination of four separate project suggestions that ask for tree planting and community orchards to be made available throughout the Clondalkin Electoral Area. These trees will be visually striking and will add to the natural landscape.

  • Knockmitten Park Exercise Machines  Icon €30K

    Knockmitten Park Exercise Machines

    The provision of outdoor exercise equipment in Knockmitten Park. This will provide an active outlet which the community can avail of while enjoying the outdoors.

  • Outdoor Table Tennis Table Icon €20K

    Outdoor Table Tennis Table

    To provide an outdoor table tennis table at the Civic Offices in Clondalkin or in a park in the area. This has both a social and active element to it which will allow people in the community to come together, get fit and have fun.

  • New Play Ground, Forest Hill Estate Icon €60K

    New Play Ground, Forest Hill Estate

    The installation of a new playground at Forest Hill Estate. Children will be able to take advantage of the playground in order to spend time engaging in active recreation.

  • Exercise Equipment for Collinstown Park   Icon €30K

    Exercise Equipment for Collinstown Park

    Provide keep fit equipment suitable for adults at Collinstown Park. This will provide an active outlet which the community can avail of while enjoying the outdoors.

  • Planting Flowers across the Bawnogue Area Icon €5K

    Planting Flowers across the Bawnogue Area

    To create a more pleasant atmosphere in the Bawnogue area through the planting of flowers, adding to the natural landscape.

  • Bottle banks and recycling facilities for Cherrywood Icon €20K

    Bottle banks and recycling facilities for Cherrywood

    To provide glass and recycling facilities in the Cherrywood area which will allow the community to further take care of the environment.

  • New pavement at 1916 Commemorative Garden / Gairdin Comortha  Icon €25K

    New pavement at 1916 Commemorative Garden / Gairdin Comortha

    To compliment the existing 1916 Garden, this proposal requests the installation of high quality paving for the heritage site. This will enhance the garden and cement its status as a historical focal point in the area.

  • Dog park at Collinstown Park Icon €20K

    Dog park at Collinstown Park

    A combination of eight project proposals, this seeks to install a safe area for dogs to run and play within Collinstown Park. This provides an area for dogs and dog owners to have their own space in order to socialise and be active.

  • Playground for St. Mark's Estate Icon €60K

    Playground for St. Mark's Estate

    To provide a playground for children in St. Mark’s Estate. Children will be able to take advantage of the playground in order to spend time engaging in active recreation.

  • Benches Project - Mosaic Art Project Icon €25K

    Benches Project - Mosaic Art Project

    To provide for Mosaic bench projects within Collinstown Park and surrounding area which will have both practical and artistic functions, adding to the scenery of the park.

  • WiFi Activated Self-Guided WalkHistorical Trail of Clondalkin Icon €30K

    WiFi Activated Self-Guided WalkHistorical Trail of Clondalkin

    An amalgamation of five proposals, the WiFi activated guide could include a QR scanner, app, information signage and audio tour of the Clondalkin Village Heritage Trail.

  • Acoustic Piano for the Rathcoole Community Centre Icon €5K

    Acoustic Piano for the Rathcoole Community Centre

    To purchase an acoustic piano for the Community Centre in Rathcoole for use by Music Generation and any local person for practice. This provides access to music for all, whether they are a player or a listener.

  • Solar Powered Bench Icon €40K

    Solar Powered Bench

    The installation of a street bench attached to a solar panel and battery outside the Civic Office in Clondalkin that includes several phone charging points. People will be able to avail of an environmentally friendly way to charge their phones when out in public.

  • Irish Signs for Clondalkin Icon €3.2K

    Irish Signs for Clondalkin

    More Irish signs to be installed around Clondalkin to enhance the village’s reputation for Gaeilge for both residents and visitors alike. This will add to Clondalkin’s visual heritage.

  • On Street Bicycle Pump, Clondalkin Villlage Icon €3.5K

    On Street Bicycle Pump, Clondalkin Villlage

    To provide an on-street bicycle pump at Pope’s Lane, Clondalkin to allow for cyclists maintain tyre pressure when cycling. This will aid cyclists who may not have access to a pump when they are in need of one.

  • Pedestrian Link between the Round Tower and Corkagh Park Icon €40K

    Pedestrian Link between the Round Tower and Corkagh Park

    To clean up and improve the light of the pedestrian link between the Round Tower Visitor’s Centre and Corkagh Park, enhancing the area for residents and visitors by providing ease of access between these two points.

  • Restoration of Old Nangor Road Water Pump Icon €1K

    Restoration of Old Nangor Road Water Pump

    Propose that the water pump on the Old Nangor Road be preserved and made into a feature in conjuction with Clondalkin Tidy Towns, adding to Clondalkin’s visual heritage.

  • Welcome to Clondalkin Hedge Signage Icon €20K

    Welcome to Clondalkin Hedge Signage

    Construct a “Welcome to Clondalkin” greeting at Newlands Cross. This will be a mound with the words made with shrubs, such as box hedging, to provide a warm welcome to those entering Clondalkin.

  • Safety and Inclusivity Study of Clondalkin's Public Spaces Icon €50K

    Safety and Inclusivity Study of Clondalkin's Public Spaces

    To carry out a scoping study of Clondalkin public spaces regarding safety, including areas such as public lighting and harrassment and to carry out a public awareness campaign afterwards.

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