The Waste Department of Dublin City Council has confirmed to me the following opening hours for the Grangegorman Bring Centre and Shamrock Terrace Recycling Centre over the Christmas & New … Continue Reading Dublin City Council Waste Management Services – Christmas/New Year arrangements
Fine Gael Leader on Dublin City Council and North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam joined local T.D. and Minister Paschal Donohoe and Housing Minister, Simon Coveney T.D. to announce almost … Continue Reading Fresh Start for O’Devaney Gardens regeneration – McAdam
The Housing Department of Dublin City Council published its twenty eight report today which details how the redevelopment of O’Devaney Gardens will be advanced. The over-riding principle governing the plan … Continue Reading O’Devaney Gardens redevelopment – Plans published
As the Fine Gael Leader on Dublin City Council, I and my party colleagues have been challenging the ‘perceived wisdom’ that the Government has failed to provide sufficient money to … Continue Reading Dublin Central Housing Update, Dublin City Council.
The Deputy Chief Executive of Dublin City Council with responsibility for Housing has confirmed to me that a joint meeting of the Housing and Planning Strategic Policy Committees will take … Continue Reading City Council Housing & Planning Committees to meet in joint session
Local Planning and development can however, have a big impact on our community. The following planning application that may be of interest to you. LOCATION OF PLANNING APPLICATION: Former Motor … Continue Reading Prussia Street Planning Application – former Motor Valu site
Some concern has been raised with me regarding the on-going demolition works on the former Cantor site. I work closely with local Minister, Paschal Donohoe T.D., so please contact … Continue Reading CANTOR SITE – Planning Update
Fine Gael North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam, has welcomed the allocation of €12.8m to bring Local Authority housing back into use in Dublin City. “There are two particular programmes … Continue Reading €12.8m to bring vacant Local Authority housing back into use in Dublin City
Following the large interest in the historical research done by the Pride of Place project, a historical walking tour of Stoneybatter has been arranged for Saturday October 22nd 2pm.
2,400 new teachers nationally Fine Gael North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam, says that the Budget announcement of 2,400 additional teaching posts nationally in 2017 will mean new teachers for … Continue Reading New teachers for the North Inner City schools in Budget 2017
Fine Gael ensures that Budget 2017 helps hard pressed working families in the North Inner City – McAdam
Fine Gael’s North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam, says Fine Gael has ensured that Budget 2017 will help hard pressed working families, with measures designed to protect the economy and … Continue Reading Fine Gael ensures that Budget 2017 helps hard pressed working families in the North Inner City – McAdam
This morning I received an update from the Grangegorman Development Agency informing me that works are to take place tomorrow and Friday (October 5th & 6th) for maintenance and repairs.
McAdam encourages older people across the North Inner City to apply for the Fuel Allowance this autumn
Ray McAdam, Fine Gael Councillor and Leader of the Fine Gael Group on Dublin City Council has encouraged older people across the North Inner City to apply for the Fuel … Continue Reading McAdam encourages older people across the North Inner City to apply for the Fuel Allowance this autumn
LOCATION OF PLANNING APPLICATION: 43, 45, 47, 51 & 53 Montpelier Hill and to the rear of 37, 39, 41 and 55 Montpelier Hill, Dublin 7.
The 2017 Community Grant Scheme is now open for application with a closing date of 28th October 2016. There are two different application forms available under the scheme.
Given that Dublin City Council has now agreed the objectives for the redevelopment of O Devaney Gardens, we need to begin the process of formally consultations remaining tenants and local … Continue Reading Time to re-establish O’Devaney Gardens Regen Board