Dunboyne Combined Residents Association 

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v To inform, consult with and represent the residents of Dunboyne on issues affecting their quality of life and environment.

v To monitor all planning applications in the Dunboyne area.

v To take on board matters raised by any affiliated association.

v To give collective support to affiliated associations.

v To monitor and respond to all development plans proposed for Dunboyne to ensure that they are in compliance with county, regional, national and European planning laws and directives.

v To work with residents associations in neighbouring counties within the Eastern Region.

v To liaise with National Government Departments when needed.

v To work with, negotiate with and remain in regular contact with Meath County Council.

v To publish regular newsletters and maintain a DCRA website.

v To protect and promote our local cultural and social heritage.

v To protect, maintain and develop our landscape and environment.


v DCRA exists to address and voice the interests and concerns of residents in line with the principle of Subsidiarity of the European Union (Maastricht Treaty) which states that decisions should be taken by the people most affected by them.

v DCRA exists to preserve and develop the environment of residents in compliance with the principle of Sustainable Development as enshrined in Agenda 21 of the United Nations which requires that all development must serve not only economic objectives but also social and environmental objectives.


At present there are 21 Residents Associations in membership,
representing 1,600 plus households and approximately 90% of the population of Dunboyne.

Beechdale, Castleview, Chestnut Grove, Congress Hall, Courthill Drive, Garnett Hall,Hamilton Hall, Kilbreena, Larchfield, Luttrell Hall, Millfarm, Old Fair Green, Plunket Hall, Rooske Road,
Sadlier Hall, St Patrick's Park, St Peters Park
, Summerhill Road, The Mayne Clonee, Tidy Towns Committee, Warrenstown, Woodview.

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