New Houses at Beresford

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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Ste » 16 Apr 2017, 22:59

Stella wrote:Hi All,

I have noticed a few houses have a canopy/shed on laneway at side of house, can anyone advise who did this for them? Have searched online but no luck.

Thanks a mill!



Hi Stella,

try Rory/Made of Stone - his number is 0862841196.
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Apples16 » 17 Apr 2017, 18:09

Hi all,

Who do people use for rubbish collections, and would you recommend them?

thanks
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Kerryblowins » 18 Apr 2017, 07:15

Hi Apples16,

We use Panda and from what I've seen most do. You pay a fee when registering that covers brown and green bin collection. Black bin is charged per collection. Collection is Early on Wednesday morning. Happy so far.
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Apples16 » 20 Apr 2017, 20:29

Kerryblowins wrote:Hi Apples16,

We use Panda and from what I've seen most do. You pay a fee when registering that covers brown and green bin collection. Black bin is charged per collection. Collection is Early on Wednesday morning. Happy so far.


Thank you
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby daradonabate » 22 Apr 2017, 19:19

We use Panda as well, no problems and easy to deal with
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Apples16 » 24 Apr 2017, 20:02

I see Fingal County Council are having a public consultation on Newbridge Demense this coming Sunday (30th April 10am to 1pm).

Not sure if they do this every year, but I wonder have they ever considered a direct entrance from Turvey Avenue?

Perhaps this has been discussed before, but from a Beresford perspective an entrance (even a pedestrian one) would be so handy...
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Quello Serio » 25 Apr 2017, 09:23

I made an enquiry about this last year, the reply was:

"I have received further correspondence from our Parks Superintendent. They have stated that “This is a complex request which has been around for a while.  There are a number of strategic issues that need to be addressed regarding a safe crossing with appropriate sight lines, budgets for same etc.  Apparently the road does not lend itself to a crossing at the required location,  This matter is being looked at by our traffic and strategic infrastructure colleagues.  One these strategic issues have been addressed it is a fairly straightforward matter for operations to provide a new path within the Demesne.”
I hope you find this informative."

In summary: Nice idea, not a priority, don't hold your breath.
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Mr. Stupid » 25 Apr 2017, 14:18

I'd say you'd be looking at:
1. Newbridge park gate - 2021
2. Dart extension - 2043
3. Walkway to Malahide - 3089
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Apples16 » 29 Apr 2017, 13:29

Just on the telephone/broadband. Am I right in thinking the houses come with the phone socket already in place -so that all you need to do is plug in a modem (and setup an account with the provider)?

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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby pat mustard » 29 Apr 2017, 16:08

Mr. Stupid wrote:I'd say you'd be looking at:
1. Newbridge park gate - 2021
2. Dart extension - 2043
3. Walkway to Malahide - 3089



I'll add to that

4. Bakery 2025
5. Mandatory Blue cars 2030
6. Garda hot hub spot 2055
7, removal of effn speed bumps 2054 (everyone in drones)
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Bill_Lumbergh » 30 Apr 2017, 19:17

pat mustard wrote:5. Mandatory Blue cars 2030

I've lived here nearly 10 years now and I still don't get the blue cars joke!
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Flatfoot » 30 Apr 2017, 19:48

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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby cbc » 10 May 2017, 11:53

Does anyone know if these houses are sold out? They are nolonger listed on Myhome/daft. Thanks in advance
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Austy » 10 May 2017, 12:45

They are sold in phases, best to talk directly to the developer for details. Not always on Daft.
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby cbc » 10 May 2017, 13:21

Thanks, i did email them but have go no reply. I'll try again.
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Austy » 10 May 2017, 13:24

I'd suggest ringing Aidan Hora instead of email. His number is on the website
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Austy » 22 May 2017, 20:26

New information has been submitted in relation to planning for the Beresford extension.
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby CM27 » 23 May 2017, 15:33

An update has been received from Fingal County Council in relation to the planning application F16A/0535. As residents, we now have until June 1st to lodge any additional observations against the proposed development.
Those who previously submitted observations can do this free of charge by emailing planning:@fingalcoco.ie
Please visit www.fingal.ie for the updates relating to the planning application.
Please email us at beresford.donabate@gmail.com if you wish to be added to the mailing list and/or have any queries you would like addressed. Also, if you would like the BRA to lodge an observation on your behalf, please contact us.

Those who previously submitted observations can do this free of charge by emailing planning:@fingalcoco.ie

Kind regards,
The Beresford Residents’ Association
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Bcshocst2017 » 23 May 2017, 21:26

Hi Everyone!
I was thinking of buying in Beresford eventually and it's great to see the various bits of information here.

I was wondering if childcare is available in Beresford or thereabouts?
And if you would recommend the estate ? I have looked at other houses in the area but feel the option for a new home and the cash back are the best ones for me now. Although now I am reading about all the new planning..need to look properly as I am not sure if I understand it all.

Thanks in advance
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Salf » 24 May 2017, 10:53

Bcshocst2017 wrote:Hi Everyone!
I was thinking of buying in Beresford eventually and it's great to see the various bits of information here.

I was wondering if childcare is available in Beresford or thereabouts?
And if you would recommend the estate ? I have looked at other houses in the area but feel the option for a new home and the cash back are the best ones for me now. Although now I am reading about all the new planning..need to look properly as I am not sure if I understand it all.

Thanks in advance



Hi there,

Yes, there is a creche in Beresford. Couldn't offer any personal recommendations though but I'm sure others on here have children in there.

Any other questions just pop them up here as people are really good at coming back with info.

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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Salf » 24 May 2017, 10:54

CM27 wrote:An update has been received from Fingal County Council in relation to the planning application F16A/0535. As residents, we now have until June 1st to lodge any additional observations against the proposed development.
Those who previously submitted observations can do this free of charge by emailing planning:@fingalcoco.ie
Please visit http://www.fingal.ie for the updates relating to the planning application.
Please email us at beresford.donabate@gmail.com if you wish to be added to the mailing list and/or have any queries you would like addressed. Also, if you would like the BRA to lodge an observation on your behalf, please contact us.

Those who previously submitted observations can do this free of charge by emailing planning:@fingalcoco.ie

Kind regards,
The Beresford Residents’ Association



Just to say that the email address is planning@fingalcoco.ie
... a rogue : seems to have appeared in the above :)
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby Mr. Stupid » 30 May 2017, 09:47

Does anyone know when the railings between Beresford and Beverton are going to be opening up for walking access (appreciate there is no driving)? Are they all being opening up or just some of them?

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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby TheBlowIn » 30 May 2017, 23:43

Mr. Stupid wrote:Does anyone know when the railings between Beresford and Beverton are going to be opening up for walking access (appreciate there is no driving)? Are they all being opening up or just some of them?

Thanks


The pedestrian access is only between Beverton Close and Beresford. Details for this were submitted as part of the Additional Information for the new planning application (F16A/0535). Looks like it needs Fingal's approval, presumably because most of the access ramp is on the Beverton side.

According to the docs it should take a month to build, plus whatever time Fingal take to improve the design. Better keep your fence-hopping skills sharp in the meantime...
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby TheBlowIn » 30 May 2017, 23:50

Bcshocst2017 wrote:And if you would recommend the estate ? I have looked at other houses in the area but feel the option for a new home and the cash back are the best ones for me now. Although now I am reading about all the new planning..need to look properly as I am not sure if I understand it all.


Personally I think it's a great place to live and I'm delighted to have my family here.

There are planning concerns with the proposed new phase, which are outlined in this thread, but hopefully the planners will listen to the multiple concerns raised.
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Re: New Houses at Beresford

Postby TheBlowIn » 30 May 2017, 23:53

Reminder that submissions on the Additional Information provided for F16A/0535 must be lodged by June 1st. A few of these are on the Fingal site already, but there should be many more to come given the initial response.
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