Improving Your Estate
- Give assistance and advise on estate improvements in Council estates
- Offer support to cleaning up your estate
- Pre tenancy courses for prospective Council tenants
- to encourage the involvement of Resident Groups in the management of their estates.
- Liason on behalf of residents with the Council in relation to a large range of issues.
If you are not a resident or a member of a Resident’s Group in a Council estate, please Social Credits Scheme for further information.
If you wish to report an issue of estate management please submit a Customer Care Online Form
Allocations Support Unit
The aim of the Allocations Support Unit is to create and sustain a safe and peaceful living environment for the community of South Dublin County Council by actively tackling anti-social behaviour through prevention, enforcement, support and rehabilitation.
What is Anti-social Behaviour?
Anti-social behaviour is any type of unacceptable behaviour that prevents people from enjoying a safe and peaceful existence in their home and/or community. It includes any breach of the Tenancy Agreement by a tenant of South Dublin County Council.
Anti-Social Behaviour is defined by South Dublin County Council under the following three categories:
Category A- Drug Activity:
The manufacture, production, preparation, importation, exportation, sale, supply, possession for the purpose of sale or supply, or distribution of a controlled drug.
Category B- Non-Drug Related Criminal Activity:
Includes: joyriding, violence/harassment/intimidation, racism, vandalism, selling alcohol.
Category C- Other:
Includes: squatters/illegal occupiers, noise/disturbance, children nuisance, pet/animal nuisance, physical condition of property.
A legal definition of Anti-Social Behaviour is found in the Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1997.
What to do if you are a victim of Anti-Social Behaviour
Contact 01-4149000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Freephone 1800 200 245 and leave a message with details of anti-social behaviour or;
Complete an Anti-Social incident report form and return to our Customer Care Centre in Tallaght/ Clondalkin Civic Offices, or
Call to one of our clinics which are held at the following locations:
|Clinic Name||Address||Days Held||Time|
|Clondalkin||Civic Offices, Clondalkin||Every Thursday||10am to 11am|
|Ronanstown||Ronanstown CYC||Every Tuesday||11.30am to 1pm|
|Killinarden||Killinarden Community Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24.||Every Friday||11am to 12 noon|
|Glenshane / Rossfield||12 Brookfield Court, Tallaght, Dublin 24||Every Friday||11am to 12 noon|
|Jobstown||Jobstown Community Centre, Jobstown, Dublin 24||Every Thursday||11am to 12 noon|
|Fettercairn||Fettercairn Community Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24||Every Wednesday||11am to 12 noon|
|Macuilliam||Macuilliam Ave., Tallaght, Dublin 24.||Every 2nd Thursday||2.30pm to 4pm|
|Rathfarnham||Whitechurch Community Centre||First Thursday of the month||11am to 12 noon|