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MEETING OF SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY COUNCIL

Monday, March 14, 2016

QUESTION NO.20

QUESTION: Councillor F. Timmons

To ask the Chief Executive for a report on what issues have arisen in traveller sites in SDCC following recent inspections and what proposed solutions are in place?

REPLY:

South Dublin County Council have been working closely with both the Clondalkin and Tallaght Traveller Development Groups in relation to carrying out the required Audits in conjuction with Dublin Fire Brigade.

An open information session was held in Clondalkin and in Tallaght to discuss issues arising in relation to the carrying out the Audits. The Audits commenced on the 18th February and continued on the 22nd and 25th of February and one site remains to be examined.

No reports have yet been received in relation to the Audits. The Council’s position from the outset is that should a situation arise from the Audits in relation to safety of the tenants, nobody will be made homeless as a result. The Audit is necessary as a health and safety measure for the residents of the developments.

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