Earlier this afternoon, I joined Minister for the Office of Public Works, Patrick O’Donovan T.D. and Fine Gael colleagues, Senator Emer Currie and Councillor Ted Leddy to acknowledge the progress that has been made on projects in the Phoenix Park.
The recent upgrade of the North Road surface is welcome and has been completed ahead of schedule and fully re-opened this afternoon. Other works including the restoration of the historic gates and entrance are now almost complete too with the Cabra Gate and the Grangegorman Gate improvement works to be finished within the next fortnight.
New solar compactor litter bins are being installed as part of a one year trial period.
New benches and bicycle stands are also being installed by the OPW across the Phoenix Park. If you have any suggestions as to where the bicycle stands should be located, please email me at RayMcAdam@gmail.com and I’ll make sure the OPW consider these ideas with a view to getting them in place as quickly as possible.
For more information on this, please check out https://bit.ly/3oSKjvE.
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Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City
Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council
Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee