© 2017 Imagine Dundrum

                                Imagine Dundrum needs your support!

Starting at our open meeting in June, we are working to secure the support of as many local people as possible who agree with Imagine Dundrum’s Fundamental Principles for the design and planning the new Dundrum.

 

             Fundamental Design and Planning Principles for the Future Dundrum 

We Imagine Dundrum in the future as an authentic and recognisable place, reflecting its unique history and heritage, and as a place which is thriving, attractive and welcoming for all in the local community, those who work here, and our many visitors. We want to see:

  • A thriving Dundrum Main Street, that respects the character and streetscape of the Old Main Street, the local historical and cultural landmarks, and maintains a style and scale of building in tune with the character of the Village.

  • A proper balance between residential, commercial and public/civic spaces, both on the Main Street and in the overall development, restoring the original qualities of Dundrum Village.

  • As an integral part of Dundrum’s redevelopment, a substantial public focal point providing for cultural, community and civic uses, which will strengthen community life and ensure its sustainability.

  • A connected environment with easy movement between its different parts, offering open and green areas, clear walking and cycle routes, reduced traffic movements, and smooth links to public transport.

  • A Village where small and medium-sized local, independent business are encouraged and provided for, to ensure authenticity in the commercial landscape, and a thriving day and evening social and commercial community. 

  • A Dundrum Village that is inclusive, open and accessible to all, including older people, children and young people, people with disabilities and the widest range of residents and visitors.

  • A sustainable, future-proofed Village showcasing the highest environmental and energy efficient standards in its design, construction and maintenance.

 

If you agree with these principles, please email us to say 'I support Imagine Dundrum's fundamental principles for Dundrum's redevelopment' and 

1. Make sure you’ve given your full name and a postal address (indication of street or estate if possible, or that you live locally, such as Dublin 16’

2. Let us know if you do not want your email address kept for future mailings with information, notices of events etc.

If you have further questions, comments or suggestions please email us at...

Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Imagine Dundrum is required to explain to you why we ask for information about you, how we intend to use the information you provide to us and whether we will share this information with anyone else.

 

Imagine Dundrum’s Data Privacy Administrator is responsible for overseeing what the organisation does with your information and monitoring its compliance with data protection laws. Imagine Dundrum is both the Data Controller and the Data Processor as defined under the Regulation. This Privacy Statement applies to the processing of personal data by Imagine Dundrum under the GDPR and describes our approach to privacy. We include detailed information about the types of personal data that we process, how it is used, managed and protected by us. Our Data Privacy Administrator is Jim Colgan.

 

  • This Privacy Statement applies to the personal data we process in relation to those on the mailing list/database of Imagine Dundrum.

 

  • We collect personal data in order to communicate with those on our database. This personal data comprises your name and the contact details you have given us. The lawful basis for using your information is that of "legitimate interest".

 

  • We will use your personal data solely for the purpose of communicating with you on matters relating to the activities of Imagine Dundrum.

 

  • We will not share your information with anybody outside of Imagine Dundrum.

 

  • We will take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that all personal data is treated securely in accordance with this Privacy Statement and the relevant law. If you think there has been any loss or unauthorised access to personal data please let us know immediately.

 

  • We will retain your contact details on computer only for as long as Imagine Dundrum continues to pursue its objectives.

 

You have a number of rights relating to how your personal data is used. Specifically you have the right:

 

  • To request access to the data we hold on you

  • To change inaccurate information

  • To delete your information

  • To request that we limit how we use your data

  • To make a complaint

 

Imagine Dundrum can be contacted at imaginedundrum2016@gmail.com and  www.imaginedundrum.ie.