The network for Community and Voluntary, Social Inclusion and Environmental groups in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown
Thank you to all our member organisations who nominated representatives to participate and represent the DLR PPN on the many boards and committees involved in policy making in Dun Laoghaire- Rathdown.
Thank you to all our members for taking the time to participate in this survey. Reports and results generated from this survey will be published here.
Become a DLR PPN member!
All volunteer led, not-for-profit community groups active within Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown are encouraged to become members of the PPN.
Find out how you can look after the members in the DLR Community. For details on Volunteering, Pandemic Unemployment Payment and the supports available to the Elderly & Vulnerable, also Mental Health supports. Information on recovering after Coronavirus
For details of our 2021 Training Programme please click here. This schedule of free training for DLR PPN members is based on the feedback our members provided in the Community Wellbeing Survey.
Read news from our members and information on consultations,, funding and more.
- Project Woodland – First Interim Report Published 28th July 2021
- Village Improvements for Sandyford Village 26th July 2021
- Pilot High Security Locks Scheme 2021 for Home Owners 65 years of age and over living in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown is now open for applications 26th July 2021
- Disability Capacity Review to 2032 – A Review of Social Care Demand and Capacity Requirements to 2032 22nd July 2021
- SDG National Implementation Plan Consultation 2021 21st July 2021
- DLR County Biodiversity Action Plan 2021-2025 21st July 2021
- €650,000 Funding for Library Supports Announced 20th July 2021
- Public Consultation on the Draft Guidance for Energy Efficiency in Traditional Buildings 19th July 2021
- €800,000 Social Enterprise Start-up Fund Announced 15th July 2021
Community Connection Podcast
June 2021 featuring: Robert Burns from Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council – Dublin Action Climate Week 2021, Aine Lawless from Neighbourhood Network – Community Sharon Perry from SWAN – STEPS for Women Skills Programme, a workshop focusing on women returning to employment and education. Cathy Martin from Foroige – their projects and programmes and the opportunities in the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown area for volunteers.