Spring Newsletter

Circulating this month to all residents is the Spring 2010 edition of the GRA Newsletter.  In the Spring edition find out about the exciting developments happening to the Old Tramore Road over the coming months, when our next clean-up day takes place and an update about Neighbourhood Watch activities. If you would like to downloadContinue reading “Spring Newsletter”

Clean-up Day: Easter Monday 05.04.10

The Greenfields Residents Association supported by An Taisce and Waterford City Council plan to have an estate Clean-up Day Easter Monday from 1pm – 2.30pm. This is a great opportunity to lend a hand to ensure our estate is well maintained and presented.  Residents will be meeting at 1 Beech Court (near the entrance ofContinue reading “Clean-up Day: Easter Monday 05.04.10”

Neighbourhood Watch Essential Contacts

The Greenfields Neighbourhood Watch is a crime prevention programme aimed at get-ting all residents actively involved in observing and reporting suspicious activities. As part of the Neighbourhood Watch initiative our estate is divided into four neighbourhoods; Beech Court, Grove, Park and Drive. The Greenfields Residents Association have created an “Essential Contacts” list for each resident.Continue reading “Neighbourhood Watch Essential Contacts”

Old Tramore Road To Be Upgraded

After much debate and delay it looks like the Old Tramore Road will be upgraded with construction beginning in the next few months.  Commenting to Cllr. Seamus Ryan, Fergus Galvin Director of Corporate Affairs and Transportation Waterford City Council said “It has been our strategic objective for some years now to progressively upgrade of allContinue reading “Old Tramore Road To Be Upgraded”