The 1916 Bursary is funded by the Department of Education and Skills for eligible applicants to TU Dublin. In 2020/21 there are 25 bursaries of €5,000 per annum for the … Continue Reading Technological University Dublin – 1916 Bursary – DEADLINE July 31st
⚠️ There have been 40 new confirmed cases. ⚠️ There is now a total of 25,929 confirmed cases. ⚠️ There was no new deaths, meaning a total of 1,764 people … Continue Reading COVID-19 UPDATE – TUESDAY 28 JULY
The Government has published “The Roadmap for the Full Return to School” on the 27th July. It sets out what the operation of schools will look like and the range … Continue Reading Schools to re-open
The government has just announced a stimulus package to help the country move forward during COVID19. I particularly welcome the Reduction of VAT from 23% to 21% and the extension … Continue Reading July #Jobs Stimulus Plan 2020
WHAT IS IT? The Seniors Alert Scheme provides grant support for the supply of alarm equipment to enable older people of limited means to continue to live securely in their … Continue Reading Apply for the Seniors Alert Scheme
Sports clubs operating within the administrative area of Dublin City Council and affiliated to a National Governing Body are invited to apply for financial assistance from the Sport for Young … Continue Reading Small Grants Scheme, 2020
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
Given the interest and concern about the previous redevelopment proposal for these buildings, I wanted to share with you some information about a new planning application that has been lodged … Continue Reading 194 – 198 Clonliffe Road – planning application lodged.
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
Croke Park will be hosting two information events across the coming days with regards to the redevelopment of the Clonliffe College lands. First up is an online information evening to … Continue Reading Clonliffe College Update – June 2020
Great work was undertaken with Phase 1 of the Dorset Street works plan last year. I recently sought information from Dublin City Council as to the plans for Phase 2 … Continue Reading Update on Dorset Street plans
One of the most visible consequences of the Covid19 outbreak in Dublin has been the delivery of safer cycling measures. With social distancing likely to be a central aspect of … Continue Reading Maintaining the cycling progress in the city.
In recent days, householders in the Clonliffe Road area have been in touch with me expressing their concern about works taking place at 15 – 17 Lower Drumcondra Road. These … Continue Reading Update re. 15-17 Lower Drumcondra Road works.
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
FUTURE OF ANNESLEY MOTORS SITE Residents and householders across Ballybough have questioning me about the future of the former Annesley Motors site on Ballybough Road and what actions are being … Continue Reading Ballybough Matters – April 2019
The next closing date for the Croke Park Community Fund is this Friday, 15 February 2019. This funding round is especially for projects starting or local community events and activities taking … Continue Reading February 15th deadline for Croke Park Community Fund