Category Archives: Constitution Hill

TRY A TRADE EVENT FOR FEMALES – 24th of October 2019

    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 16 – 24 years old? If you answered ‘Yes’ to … Continue reading

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KNOW WHERE YOU STAND ON THE FUTURE OF O’DEVANEY GARDENS

Throughout the last four years, I have regularly updated you on the progress being made to ensure new homes are built in O’Devaney Gardens. In July 2018, actual construction work on the first 56 PUBLIC homes began. This building work … Continue reading

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€95,000 for youth projects here in North Inner City – McAdam

Youth organisations in the North Inner City are set to benefit from €95,962 in funding, a Fine Gael Councillor has said. Councillor McAdam said: “I am delighted that organisations like An Siól, East Wall North Port Youth Development Group, SWAN … Continue reading

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Discover University 2019 Applications OPEN!

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 to give young people aged 14-17 from Dublin’s inner city … Continue reading

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No change in Local Property Tax on the horizon – McAdam

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 the Government this week, there will be no change in … Continue reading

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Markets Matters – March 2019

LISBURN STREET HEALTH CENTRE PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED The Planning Department of Dublin City Council has granted permission, after seeking additional information from the Health Services Executive (HSE), for an extension to the Lisburn Street Health Centre. Five conditions have been … Continue reading

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€8.45m for Housing Adaptations Grants for Older People and People with a Disability in Dublin City – McAdam

€8,456,552 has been made available to support home adaptations for older people, people with a disability and people with mobility issues in Dublin City, Fine Gael’s City Council Leader has said. The funding for Dublin City, which has been increased … Continue reading

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