Cliff Walk remains closed after further landslide
After a further rock fall on the Cliff Walk last Tuesday night, Bray Municipal District is reminding users that the pathway is closed to the public for health and safety.
This follows a similar fall of rubble in recent weeks. A contractor has been appointed and has assessed the works that need to be done. Works started last week and could take up to 10 days.
The path will remain closed until the works are completed. There has been concern that walkers have ignored warning signs.
A spokesman for the council said that it is estimated that there are about five tonnes of unstable rock about four metres above the path, between Raheen car park and Cliff Manor, which can come down at any time.
A portion of the walk was previously closed for a week last March due to a landslide.