South Dublin County Council

Estate Management

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.

South Dublin County Council's Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy 2010-2014

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 cccounter@sdublincoco.ie

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

 

 

 

Related Documents

Categories of anti-social behaviour
Document type: Guidelines - doc
Anti-social incident report form
Document type: Form - doc
Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy 2010-2014
Document type: Guidelines - doc