A COMMUNITY-BASED, CONNECTED ORGANISATION
Since the beginning, Imagine Dundrum has made and maintained connections with a wide range of people and organisations with an interest in the future of Dundrum. We have engaged with people with disabilities about their wishes for improvements that could make the Village more accessible and easy to navigate, and have brought their ideas and views to the Council. We have linked up with local school children in a number of primary and post-primary schools to raise their awareness about the heritage of the Village, and to hear about their hopes and aspirations for the future Dundrum.
Imagine Dundrum’s earliest meetings were with local businesses and local Residents Associations, and we have communicated with and kept in touch with them regularly through our newsletters.
Liaison with County Council officials on all the matters affecting Dundrum Village has been a core part of our approach, and we have built positive and mutually helpful relationships both with Council officials and elected local representatives.
From our public meetings and webinars, and in many other face-to-face contacts with local people, we have gradually expanded the Imagine Dundrum mailing list, and now have around 1,400 individuals who receive our notices and newsletters.
We have been guided always by a strong sense of community and neighbourhood, and by the belief that the best outcomes for Dundrum will be secured if the community comes