Welcome to SBDA's new website. As the representative association for businesses in the Sandyford Business District, we are constantly striving to provide our members with better and more comprehensive services. Our new website delivers up-to-date news and information concerning all aspects of life in the Sandyford Business District. Ongoing updates, news items and regular features ensure that all progress and development within the district is promptly flagged and reported, affording members opportunity to have their say and voice an opinion.
VIP Taste of Dublin event in support of Console
Taste of Dublin event in support of Console. Kevin Hui and all at China Sichuan restaurant asking for your support.
Pictured launching the Mobility Management Plan Network for the Sandyford Business District were: Cathaoirleach Cllr Tom Joyce, Therese Langan, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council and Jim Leyden, Chairman, the Sandyford Business District Association.
Roughan & O'Donovan won Commuter Friendly Workplace of the Year 2012 Award. Pictured presenting the award to Catherine Ahern of Roughan & O'Donovan (far right) are (l-r) Therese Langan and Gerry Flaherty, Sustainable Transport Officer, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council and Cathaoirleach Cllr. Tom Joyce.
Smith and Williamson Accountants
O'Donnell Property Consultants -
Febvre & Co. Limited
Punch Consulting Engineers
B2E The HR Company
Expert Revenue Systems
Sheila Moore Limited
Beacon South Quarter Management Limited
Leopardstown Racecourse and Golf Centre
Precision Security S3 Group
Also see the "our committee" page.
Recycle your electrical goods free!
Weee recycling cages available in Sandyford for free for small Weee collections. FREE collection when full. For more information CLICK HERE or visit www.weeeireland.ie
Sandyford Business Watch Scheme Launched
The Sandyford Business Watch is a Crime Prevention Programme organised by An Garda Síochána
in association with the SBDA. It is founded on the same principles as Neighbourhood Watch,
that is the practice of both the Gardaí and the community coming together to prevent and reduce
crime. The only difference being that the community, which this scheme targets, is the business