City Council Anti-dumping initiative – North Inner City

Further steps are now being taken by Dublin City Council to combat the scourge that continues to be illegal dumping. Within the North Inner City, an anti-dumping campaign has been launched where illegally dumped bags on a targeted number of streets will be searched and collated.

Additional temporary signage will be erected informing the public that Council operatives are inspecting the area. Over a three weekend period, prior to Christmas, 378 bags were removed and searched. 8 separate fines were issued to individuals as a result of evidence in bags illegally dumped.

The City Council operated on the following streets across Stoneybatter, Phibsborough, East Wall, Ballybough and the Church Street district, including:

  • Arbour Hill Road
  • Aughrim Street
  • Prussia Street
  • Fingal Place
  • Cowper Street
  • Fitzroy Avenue
  • Whitworth Terrace
  • O’Connell Avenue
  • The Boro
  • Sarsfield Street
  • Glengarriff Parade
  • St. Ignatius Road
  • Merchant’s Road
  • Norton Avenue
  • North Frederick Street
  • Dominick Street Upper
  • Palmerston Place
  • Mountjoy Street West
  • Mountjoy Street
  • Castle Terrace
  • Berkeley Road
  • Berkeley Street
  • Blessington Street
  • St. Joseph’s Parade
  • Royal Canal Bank
  • Great Western Square

About raymcadam

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee
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