The City Council has published details of another property that is available under the Choice Based scheme of Lettings. This property is located on Merchant’s Road, East Wall and is … Continue Reading Merchant’s Road – CHOICE BASED LETTINGS
Dublin City Council’s Housing Officers have advised me that the following one bedroom apartment in Spencer Dock is now available under the Choice Based Lettings Scheme. If you are interested … Continue Reading Available apartment in Spencer Dock
STONEYBATTER ROAD IMPROVEMENT WORKS 2017 Twelve months ago, I reported to you that the Roads Maintenance Division of Dublin City Council agreed to undertake a programme of rolling improvements to … Continue Reading Stoneybatter Matters – Spring 2017
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL’S HOUSING ASSESSMENT OF NEED – DEADLINE LOOMING!!Last Summer, the Housing Department of Dublin City Council began a process of reviewing the housing list. The purpose of this … Continue Reading North Wall Matters – Spring 2017
The recent Stoneybatter Matters public meeting organised by myself and Minister Paschal Donohoe heard from numerous local residents who support our argument for a statutory Stoneybatter Local Area Plan.
Ever since Dublin City council published details of Option 7 as its preferred route for Liffey Cycle Route along the Quays, back in October, I have been highlighting the potential … Continue Reading KNOW WHERE YOU STAND ON THE LIFFEY CYCLE ROUTE
Both myself and Minister Paschal Donohoe are very grateful to the many Stoneybatter residents and those from across the north west inner city who attended our #StoneybatterMatters public meeting this … Continue Reading Stoneybatter Matters Public Meeting
Over the last number of weeks, I have been working with the Roads Maintenance Section of Dublin City Council to ensure that damaged speed ramps and traffic calming measures are … Continue Reading North Inner City ramp resurfacing programme 2017
PARK SHOPPING CENTRE – PLANNING APPLICATION LODGED LOCATION OF PLANNING APPLICATION: Park Shopping Centre & Nos. 42-45 Prussia Street, Dublin 7.
The Community Liaison Officer with Croke Park, Julianne Savage emailed me this morning to advise of the planned U2 concert in Croke Park on Saturday July 22nd next. The email … Continue Reading U2 Croke Park concert -July 22nd next
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.
Tomorrow morning I will attend a meeting of the City Council’s Transportation Strategic Policy Committee. A key item on the agenda is the proposed Liffey Cycle Route and the emergence … Continue Reading Liffey Cycle Route – Option 7 now on the cards!
The Fine Gael Group on Dublin City Council last night (14th Nov) opposed a Sinn Fein-led Budget that proposes an increase in commercial rates for the City’s 20,000 ratepayers. Recognising … Continue Reading Fine Gael Councillors oppose increase in commercial rates in Dublin City