North Inner City Graffiti Removal works – February 2019

Dublin City Council’s Public Domain Unit has been working in a number of ways to ensure that items of graffiti are removed across buildings and structures along the North Inner City.

The Council uses its own Waste Management Services in addition to its Corporate Contractor and the Probation Service to remove graffiti. Across the month of January, graffiti was removed from:

  • William Street Upper
  • Denmark Street Upper
  • Garden of Remembrance
  • Amiens Street
  • Charleville Avenue
  • East Road
  • Ossory Road
  • Clonliffe Road
  • Marlborough Street
  • Aldborough Parade
  • Hill Street
  • Seville Place
  • Brunswick Street
  • North Great George’s Street
  • Belvedere Avenue
  • Campbell’s lane
  • George’s Hill school
  • Ballybough Road
  • Buckingham Street Upper
  • Halliday Road
  • Clonliffe Road
  • Hendrick Street
  • Ellis Street
  • Benburb Street
  • Summerhill Parade
  • Foster Terrace
  • Langrishe Place
  • Kong’s Avenue
  • Infirmary Road
  • Mountjoy Square
  • Charleville Mall
  • Capel Street Bridge

f there are issues with graffiti on your street or avenue, please let me know and I will make arrangements with Dublin City Council for it to be removed.

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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