Hell No or Hell Yeah Asks Cllr Lawlor

Cllr Brian Lawlor Hellfire Development
Hell No or Hell Yeah Asks Cllr. Lawlor on the Proposed Hell Fire Club Development 
Local Councillor Brian Lawlor’s ‘Hell No or Hell Yeah’ campaign encouraging residents to have their say on proposals to redevelop the Hell Fire Club has gone viral. South Dublin County Council has formally lodged plans for their €15m proposal for Massey’s Woods and the Hell Fire Club to An Bord Pleanala and members of the public have until the 25th of September to lodge submissions, observations and objections.
Speaking from the Hell Fire Club about his public awareness campaign Lawlor said, “The Hell Fire Club is a great local attraction and everyone wants to see it protected. I’m asking people to have their say on how to do that; to check out the Council’s plans for the site and make a submission, objection or observation with An Bord Pleanala before September 25th so their views are taken on board.”
“I’ve been blown away by the response my ‘Hell No or Hell Yeah’ campaign has gotten online. It really goes to show how big an issue this is for the local communities of Tallaght, Firhouse and Rathfarnham. I want to make sure that everyone in the area is aware of the plans and has the opportunity to have their say,” concluded Cllr. Brian Lawlor of Fine Gael.
Contact Cllr Lawlor blawlor@cllrs.sdublincoco.ie or 01-4149064 or 087 6445472.
Sarah Brooks

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