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urgent appeal for funds

We urgently need funds so that we can seek a Judicial Review in the High Court against An Bord Pleanala’s decision to grant planning permission for the proposed Bartra development at Bullock, in the teeth of comprehensive refusals by the county council and their own inspector. Read all about the planning battle here.

There are three ways to give money to the campaign and these are set out below. We are most grateful to all who have donated in the past and are donating again now. We are not requesting a specific sum of money as we know that many people want to contribute to the cause but are only able to give a small amount. If you are well-off, please give generously.

Donation method 1 – bank transfer

Bank transfer is an easy way to give and our bank details are set out below. Donors are often not always clearly identified on bank statements so we thank you in advance if you give via this route.

Bank:  AIB, 29 Castle Street Dalkey.
Account name:  Bullock Harbour Preservation Association.
IBAN:  IE14 AIBK 9335 3816 3710 18
BIC:  AIBKIE2D

Donation method 2 – by cheque

Pay by cheque. Make it payable to “Bullock Harbour Preservation Association” and please write your address on the bank. Send it to the following address (this address is for financial correspondence only): The Treasurer, Bullock Harbour Preservation Association, c/o Harbourville, Bullock Harbour, Dalkey, County Dublin.

Donation method 3 – by credit card on-line

You can donate on-line by credit card at our IFundraise site here.

About us

We are Bulloch Harbour Preservation Association.  The association is a voluntary group comprising harbour users and local people, and was established in May 2016 at a public meeting attended by about 80 people in St Patrick’s Hall, Dalkey.  Dalkey Community Council has supported the group since its inception. The objectives of the association are:

  1. To ensure that Bulloch Harbour and its environs are kept tidy, free from litter and in good condition and preserve it as a special public amenity.
  2. To ensure that any development which takes place in the harbour or its environs is in keeping with the special nature of the harbour and should respect the scale of existing architecture in the harbour and its environs.
  3. To ensure that the views and perspectives of nearby residents are taken into account when considering any development proposals.
  4. To arrange annual subscriptions in order to achieve the above objectives and to maintain a list of subscribers.

Members of the BHPA committee and planning subcommittee are local people: harbour users and boat owners, residents, community groups,  Dalkey Community Council and Tidy Towns.  They include:

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  • Flor O’Mahony
  • Susan McDonnell
  • PJ Drudy (Secretary)
  • Siobhan Gill (Treasurer)
  • Brian Meyer (publicity)
  • Catherine Lawless
  • Danielle Byrne (Facebook and website)
  • Finn O’Neill
  • Frank Dillon (Tidy Towns and port liaison)
  • Maura Lee West (press liaison)
  • Michael O’Sullivan

Contact information is here.