junk shop on emmet road
|siobhan||11/06/2013||why has this not been closed down before now, its really taken the area to a new low they have now got boxes of clothes outside and most of the pavement is taken up with pure rubbish, do you not need a permit to use the public walkway!!!|
|Shacia||13/06/2013||I don't live down that end, so it does not bother me...|
|Shea Carroll||13/06/2013||but it would bother you if it was down your end....?As long as its not in your back yard.|
|Shacia||13/06/2013||Not really, we got a charity shop up this end with stuff outside, it does not bother me , I was just been sarcastic, I'm sure people have more to worry about than a junk shop...|
|Judi||14/06/2013||I agree Siobhan it's a disgrace hoe this shop can be so irresponsible and bring down the whole village?|
Maybe this is something the Inchicore Environmental a group could address?
It's prob just a cars of educating the staff there that the pavement is not an appropriate place to store their junk
|Kathleen Currivan||14/06/2013||I think that these shops add a bit of colour to an area and capture the imagination of the passer-by.One man's trash is another man's treasure!|
|Inchicore resident||15/06/2013||Hi guys. Which shop are you talking about on Emmet Road? Or which end of the road?|
The one that I am thinking of is the furniture shop after Eurospar and the river. While I wouldn't call it rubbish, they seem to drag their furniture, fridges etc out on to the path every day! Is this permitted? The building itself is in a really poor state of repair...
|Kathleen Currivan||15/06/2013||I think the shop in question is a few doors away from the Glen of Aherlow-fairly inobtrusive on the wide pavement there. Sells bric-a brac, small articles of furniture etc.|
|Ray||15/06/2013||The shop beside Eurospar is allowed to put furniture etc out on the pavement. This has come up a number of times and that is the answer the owner gives. The junk shop that people are talking about is down at the Glen of Aherlow. A lot of rubbish, clothes etc.|
|Kathleen Currivan||16/06/2013||The person who owns that shop might be in need of the income it generates, although it can't be a lot! . It seems to be a fairly innocuous activity-selling a few bits and pieces,not the type of goods to attract an "undesireable element", so to speak.If a few items were not on display outside, people might just pass by.|
|D||17/06/2013||Interesting debate. If you need to do something that could interfere with the footpath, you need to get a permit or licence from Dublin City Council before you go-ahead. Was this done by the traders in either of the two premises being referred to?|