The announcement this week by Justice Minister, Helen McEntee T.D. that a new Garda recruitment campaign has been launched is to be welcomed. The new recruitment campaign will kick off … Continue Reading 800 new Gardaí to be recruited in 2022.
I took the opportunity this month to get clarity from the Transportation Department of Dublin City Council as to when works on Phase 3 of the Royal Canal Greenway will … Continue Reading Phase 3 of #RoyalCanalGreenway Delayed until June 2022
Get the #FluVaccine this winter! As a member of the HSE’s Regional Health Forum, I urge you to get the #FluVaccine this winter. The #FluVaccine will help protect those most … Continue Reading <strong>Protect Yourself, Protect Others</strong>
Make sure to have your say! The Draft Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028 is a strategic policy framework document that sets out priorities for the city. It includes policies and … Continue Reading Consultation opens on Draft Dublin City Development Plan 2022 – 2028:
While Burglaries across the #NorthInnerCity from homes are down 23%, according to the latest statistics provided by An Garda Siochana, it remains so important to keep your home secure from … Continue Reading Keeping your #Home safe from the threat of burglars.
The publication of the mid-term review of the national drugs strategy Reducing Harm, Supporting Recovery, by Frank Feighan TD, Minister of State for Public Health, Wellbeing and the National Drugs … Continue Reading McAdam welcomes publication of Mid-Term Review of National Drugs Strategy.
Every second month, the Dublin City Joint Policing Committee meets with the Assistant Garda Commissioner for the Dublin Region, Anne Marie Cagney to discuss policing issues across the city. As … Continue Reading Dublin’s Garda Commissioner Report to City Policing Committee
Last month, myself and Minister Paschal Donohoe had the opportunity to view for ourselves the amalgamation of two homes within Ballybough House, a part of a Pilot Project advanced by … Continue Reading Advancing plans to refurbish #BallyboughHouse
Your Vote MATTERS! The Register of Electors comes into force on 15 February each year and is used at each election and referendum held in the succeeding 12 months. The … Continue Reading Are you registered to Vote?
Climate Action Plan 2021 will protect communities and create jobs across the #NorthInnerCity – McAdam
The Government’s Climate Action Plan includes low-cost, high-benefit measures that will bring down emissions, create new jobs and protect communities across the #NorthInnerCity, a Fine Gael Councillor has said. A … Continue Reading Climate Action Plan 2021 will protect communities and create jobs across the #NorthInnerCity – McAdam
Following the decision of Dublin City Council to grant permission for a series of concerts in Croke Park next year, as Chair of the Planning & Urban Form Strategic Policy … Continue Reading Managing traffic at 2022 #Croke Park concerts
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES: Dominick Place, Dublin 1: Dominick Place (from Dominick Place to Dominick St Lower) Dublin 1 from 00.00hrs on Monday 8th November 2021 to 24.00hrs on Friday 10th … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity Traffic News – November 6th
Last month, myself, local T.D. and Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe met with officials from LIDL to discuss the company’s plans to build a new store on the former Annesley … Continue Reading Update on LIDL’s plans for #Ballybough
Dublin City Council, the three other Dublin Local Authorities, An Garda Síochána, the Road Safety Authority, and the Dublin Cycling Campaign are issuing a call to action to cyclists to … Continue Reading Dublin City Council backs the ‘Light up Your Bike’ Initiative
TAXATION AND REMOTE WORKERS New Revenue guidance has been published for remote workers claiming tax relief on Working From Home. Budget 2021 allows Income tax deduction amounting in 30% of … Continue Reading Have you been working from home?
DISRUPTIONS NORTH INNER CITY