Dublin City Council is proposing to extend the area of the 30km/h speed limit. Bye-laws to legislate for this change, the Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws, 2020 (COVID19), were presented to … Continue Reading Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws, 2020 (COVID19) Public Consultation underway
Submission to An Bord Pleanala. Prior to the deadline for submissions, I lodged my observations with An Bord Pleanala on the Strategic Housing Development planning application seeking to redevelop 29B, … Continue Reading Prussia Street Student Accommodation planning application – July 2020 update.
Preparing a new Development Plan for Dublin City. Every six years, Dublin City Councillors adopt a new Development Plan which sets out the rules upon which development is permitted across … Continue Reading Reviewing Dublin’s Planning Rule-book
Following the recent request I and local residents groups and in light of the current Covid pandemic, it is the intention of the Grangegorman Development Agency and Dublin City Council … Continue Reading Grangegorman Update
Following representations I and my Fine Gael colleagues on Dublin City Council have made in recent days, I can confirm that the North Strand and Ringsend Civic Amenity sites will … Continue Reading City Council Recycling & Bring Centres to re-open on phased basis.
Following a high-level request from the HSE earlier this week & in the national interest, Croke Park has become a ‘drive-thru’ facility for testing for Covid-19 for designated appointments. … Continue Reading HSE Drive-Thru for #Covid19 Testing at Croke Park
In recent days, I have been receiving many calls and enquiries about the social welfare entitlements of employees and the self-employed. Thus, I have set out below some useful information … Continue Reading WELFARE AND OTHER COVID-19 RELATED INFORMATION
What is Try A Trade? Do you like working with your hands? Have you thought about doing an apprenticeship? Are you a young woman between the ages of … Continue Reading TRY A TRADE EVENT FOR FEMALES – 24th of October 2019
Discover University is an 8-day summer programme run by the Early Learning Initiative, held in the National College of Ireland from June 19th- 28th 2019 (excluding the weekend). It aims … Continue Reading Discover University 2019 Applications OPEN!
Between March 1st and 31st 2019, graffiti was removed by the Probation Services and the Waste Management services of Dublin City Council on the following streets: North Strand Road Poplar … Continue Reading North Inner City Graffiti Removal Report – April 2019
The Dublin Central Joint Policing Committee at its meeting on March 25th last formally adopted the North Inner City Community Policing Plan 2019. The Plan set out the core community … Continue Reading North Inner City Community Policing Plan 2019
There is no change on the horizon for the Local Property Tax (LPT), local Fine Gael Councillor, Ray McAdam, has said. “As a result of a decision made by … Continue Reading No change in Local Property Tax on the horizon – McAdam
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL HOUSING COMPLEX RENEWAL PLAN As you know Dublin City Council published Phase 1 of its Estate Renewal Plan last March. That programme outlined details of initial plans … Continue Reading CONSTITUTION HILL MATTERS – January 2019
Castleforbes Road M&M Contractors – on behalf of Colt – will be carrying out on-going works. A road crossing to lay new ducting to be carried out on Monday 21st … Continue Reading North Inner City Traffic Matters – Jan 19th – 25th
15 North Inner City clubs, organisations and projects have secured more than €143,000 in funding through our Fine Gael Government’s Community Enhancement Programme. This scheme is administered by Minister Michael … Continue Reading 15 North Inner City Projects secure Community Enhancement funding – McAdam
The Shop Front Scheme The initiative Scheme will be rolled out early in the New Year. Advertisement leaflet to be circulated to the Implementation Group. Phibsborough Tidy Towns … Continue Reading Phibsborough LEIP Implementation – Progress Report