Next Tuesday, local Councillors will be asked to agree on a way forward to implement Greening Stoneybatter, the City Council’s strategy for an enhanced and greener public realm. Officials from … Continue Reading Greening Stoneybatter – Update & 2021 Plans
Filtered permeability measures were installed on Grangegorman Lower and a filtered permeability trial commenced on the morning of 6th July 2020. The trial includes the provision of a series of … Continue Reading Interim Mobility Intervention for Grangegorman Lower
At the November meeting of the HSE Regional Health Forum earlier this week, I secured an update on the specific actions that form part of the HSE’s Winter Action Plan … Continue Reading Update on HSE Winter Action Plan and the #NorthInnerCity
Ireland placed on Level 3 of the Plan for Living with COVID – with special measures for a safe Christmas
Earlier this evening, the Government agreed the approach for easing restrictions, including a phased move to Level 3 nationally, with a number of exceptions in place for the Christmas period. … Continue Reading Ireland placed on Level 3 of the Plan for Living with COVID – with special measures for a safe Christmas
Councillor McAdam said: “I am pleased to say that the full Christmas Bonus will be paid to social welfare recipients in the North Inner City the week beginning 7th December. … Continue Reading Christmas Bonus will be paid to #NorthInnerCity social welfare & PUP recipients this year – McAdam
Decisions are made by those who show up! You only have to look at the #US Presidential Election earlier this month to see that. Joe Biden is the #President-Elect because … Continue Reading Are you registered to vote?
Community groups in Dublin’s #NorthInnerCity to benefit from funding for integration projects – McAdam
Community groups in Dublin’s North Inner City will benefit from funding to support integration projects during the pandemic, a Fine Gael Councillor said. Councillor McAdam said: “I am delighted that … Continue Reading Community groups in Dublin’s #NorthInnerCity to benefit from funding for integration projects – McAdam
COVID-19 Mobility Measures Update 1.Introduction Implementation of the COVID Mobility Programme for the City Council area continues with an emphasis on schools and safe zones. The Level 5 restrictions reinforce … Continue Reading COVID Mobility Update – #November 20th
In March, local Councillors approved the Dublin Central Footpath and Roads Maintenance Programme for 2020. This month, I secured a progress report on the works undertaken to date, as a … Continue Reading Footpath & Road Improvement Programme 2020 – Progress Report
After receiving many queries from residents in Stoneybatter and across Dublin 7 in recent weeks, I secured the opportunity to question the Minister of State with responsibility for the Office … Continue Reading Where stands plan for Phoenix Park & environs traffic management plan?
At this month’s Dublin Central Area Committee meeting today, I sought greater information from the Housing Department of Dublin City Council in respect of plans being developed for additional housing … Continue Reading City Council assessing potential for additional housing in St.Bricin’s Park
⚠️ 2 people have died. May they rest in peace. ⚠️ There has now been a total of 1,917 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland. ⚠️ There have been a further … Continue Reading COVID-19 Update – Monday 2nd November
Dublin City Council’s Roadworks Control Unit has given permission for the following works to take place next week (October 31st – November 6th): Each of these projects have been approved … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity Roads & Traffic Works – October 2020
The side gates of the Phoenix Park will close to vehicles for duration of Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions. The Office of Public Works have confirmed, today, that following a request … Continue Reading Phoenix Park side gates to close at weekends during Level 5 restrictions.
⚠️ 6 people have died. May they rest in peace. ⚠️ There has now been a total of 1,896 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland. ⚠️ There have been a further … Continue Reading COVID-19 Update – Wednesday 28th October
⚠️ 3 people have died. May they rest in peace. ⚠️ There has now been a total of 1,885 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland. ⚠️ There have been a further … Continue Reading COVID-19 Update – Monday 26th October