Apartment House Rules

The residents committee would like to remind apartment owners to review the house rules “STOCKING WOOD – House Rules” link below. It is a breach of house rules to hang clothes on the balconies which has become more of a common activity in recent weeks. The management company will follow up with non compliant residents.

STOCKING WOOD – House Rules

JS Property Management (JSPM) has closed down

We would like to confirm that J&S Property Management have closed down their property management service for Block Management Companies although, from what we can gather, they have not closed the company. This has caused us a lot of inconvenience as they have closed the phone lines and email addresses.

Allied are staying at the same address for a couple of months but will be moving to new premises in March. Two new senior property managers will be joining Allied, one specialising in Residential, Commercial  and Industrial Management and the other in Property Sales and lettings.

We are hoping that the J&S Directors will transfer the Blockman software to Allied otherwise they will have to manually upload the information again.

In the meantime please use this email address for any property management queries:

ronan.daly@alliedpm.ie<mailto:ronan.daly@alliedpm.ie>
Transferring the phone line back to Allied is proving more difficult as their supplier wants a letter from the J&S Directors. We hope this will be completed by early next week. Alternatively Allied will just get another line.

Changes to 15B Dublin Bus Service for Stocking Avenue

Letter from Dublin Bus to Cllr. Deirdre O’Donovan
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Dear Councillor,
As you are aware, Dublin Bus operates an extensive bus network which we keep under regular review. We are always seeking cost-effective ways in which we can improve the service we provide for our 128 million customers across the Greater Dublin Area. As such, I am pleased to advise you that we are making some improvements to Routes 15, 15a,15b and 15d to ensure a greater level of service and reliability for your constituents in Rathfarnham and the surrounding areas.
Route 15d
We are pleased to announce the introduction of Route 15d. Route 15d a Monday to Friday service operating between Whitechurch and Ringsend.  Route 15d will operate a Monday to Friday service from Whitechurch at 08.05, and from Ringsend at 15.00 and 16.43. This route will operate the existing Route 15b departures that serve Whitechurch; however, Route 15b to Stocking Avenue will not be affected.View Route 15dAn improved timetable for Routes 15, 15a and 15b

From Sunday 17 September 2017 Routes 15, 15a and 15b will have a revised timetable which will improve service, reliability and punctuality. Extra departures have been added to increase capacity across these routes during peak time. You can find the timetables with extra departures below:
We are committed to continuously improving the customer experience on our services and making these changes will ensure we continue to provide a quality service to our customers.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any queries regarding these improvements. As Dublin Bus Chief Executive, I will continue to work with you and your colleagues in South Dublin County Council to help deliver an efficient, safe and reliable bus service for the people of the Greater Dublin Area.
 
Yours sincerely,
Ray Coyne,
Chief Executive, Dublin Bus, 59 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin 1

Painting issues with steps and landing areas

The Committee/Directors have spoken with the painter on Thursday and he has confirmed that he will be in the estate on Saturday 13th May to finish up painting the doors etc.

Residents should e-mail the committee e-mail address committee@stockingwood.ie letting us know about any painting specific issues outstanding so we can raise these with the painting contractor and get them fixed up while their team are onsite.

Mayor’s Conference, Hellfire Dublin Mountains Project & Recycle It

Update from Local Councillor Deirdre O’Donovan


Hello there,
I hope you are well.  Just a few brief updates:
1. The Mayor, Guss O’Connell is hosting a conference for community groups next Monday night at Tallaght Stadium.  Do please come along to meet other groups with similar interests.  See invite attached.
2. A number of people have been on in relation to the Dublin Mountains Project.  Please see attached info on public open days to come along and have your say about the project.
3. Recycle IT in association with South Dublin County Council will operate a Free WEEE Recycling Week for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Working people, community groups, organisations and businesses are invited to participate by dropping off old and unused electrical and electronic equipment including heaters, laptops, networking equipment, computers, printers, radio’s DVD players and much more.

Recycle IT, a not for profit social enterprise are open from Monday March 27th toSaturday April 1st 2017 for free drop off. Dual purpose home or office electrical equipment will  be accepted so any items with a plug or battery (includng batteries). If you have commerical equipment please call in advance.

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Update on Neighbouring Lands & Drainage issue

The development land next to our estate were the proposed amenity centre is due to be built has been sold to the property company ‘Ardstone Capital’.  They plan to develop a commercial amenity centre and the remaining residential units along Stocking Avenue.  This is good news as finally we will have some local shops, amenities and the remaining lands will be developed on for residential housing.  Although the original planning has expired and the new planning application has not been submitted to the council as yet, we have heard that they plan to start around June period.  This maybe optimistic but let’s see.

The committee have been aware of excessive water leaking out from the ground onto Stocking Avenue at the pedestrian exit near the Copse.  In tandem with our agent, we have been working on this topic over the past few days.  The Council have confirmed that the flooded area will be drained by them on Monday, weather permitting.  The issue lies in the field next to the southern part of the estate.