Welcome to ballinclea Heights residents’ association

Like a phoenix the web page has risen from the ashes! Please bear with us as we update the site!

Your feedback and suggestions are not only welcome but essential to us having a functional and relevant page.


Over two hundred families live at Ballinclea Heights. Many have been living here for over twenty years, some for over thirty. This has resulted in a friendly neighbourly community.

Ballinclea Heights overlooks Dublin Bay, is located close to Dun Laoghaire, Dalkey and Killiney. It is also about a twenty minute drive from the mountains of Wicklow.

Local amenities include good local schools, nearby shopping centres, attractive walks, a variety of local sports clubs, and easy access to the DART.

Ballinclea Park is an important recreational facility in the centre of Ballinclea Heights. In 1998 the potential of the Park to benefit local communities was greatly enhanced as a result of the demolition of the old reservoir and basic landscaping of the area. In 2014 the residents association in conjunction with DLR COCO erected a slide in the park for the use of all our children and the occasional (adventurous) adult. BHRA is working very hard to ensure that the full amenity value of the new Park is realised for the benefit of local communities.

As in many communities, events need to be organised, representations made, and local issues addressed. Recent developments and current BHRA activities are discussed in our newsletter.

Our useful links page provides links to local history pages, DLRCoCo, many community organisations, and other pages of local interest. A separate page provides a map of Ballinclea Heights showing house numbers.

DLRCoCo Development Plan

DLRCoCo adopted the Development Plan for the period 2004 – 2010 in March 2004. An important feature of the plan is the zoning of Ballinclea Park as Open Space. Information about the plan is provided on our Development Plan page.


We trust you enjoy your visit to our web site. If you would like to communicate with the committee, please email:
Chairman, BHRA