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#KnowWhereYouStand on #DominickStreet regeneration

Construction is nearing completion on the first phase of the Dominick Street Regeneration Project.

Across the last month, the following works have been advanced, including:

  • Masonry Works brickwork and blockwork nearing completion.
  • Mechanical and Electrical works final fix and testing commenced.
  • Façade works ongoing in the Corner Building and Townhouses ongoing.
  • Hard Landscaping works ongoing.
  • Balcony installation ongoing.

It is expected that the 72 homes being built as part of this €40m project will be ready for allocation in early January. This project has been advanced by Fine Gael in Government over the last ten years and I cannot wait to see families moving into their homes across the coming months.

As the Chair of the Dublin Central Area Committee, I have been liaising with the Housing Department of Dublin City Council to make sure that advance plans for Phase 2 of the Dominick Street Regeneration Project. With that in mind, I can confirm that the Feasibility Study for the western side of the street has been completed by the City Architect’s Department. Officials in the Housing Section are examining the options put forward in the Feasibility Study to present to myself and the Dublin Central Area Committee shortly.

When that presentation is made to local Councillors, I will make sure to share those details locally.

If you would like further information on the Dominick Street Regeneration Project, please email me at

raymcadam View All

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City

Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee

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