GRANGEGORMAN – BUILDING WORK & PROJECTS UPDATE As a member of the Grangegorman Consultative Forum, I thought it useful to share with you the latest update on works taking place … Continue Reading Grangegorman Matters – January 2023
Today, the Government accepted the 2022 Progress Report of the North-East Inner City Project Implementation Board at the Hill Street Family Resource Centre. I was pleased to join colleagues once … Continue Reading 2022 Progress Report of the Government’s North-East Inner City Initiative published.
Last July, the City Council agreed to a land transfer to the Office of Public Works (OPW) for the former Magdalen Laundry site along Sean McDermott Street. The purpose of … Continue Reading What’s happening with the former Magdalen Laundry site on Sean McDermott Street?
As part of Budget 2022, the following changes to the Student Grant Scheme for the 2022/23 academic year were announced:– The annual maintenance grant will increase by €200.– Income thresholds … Continue Reading SUSI is now open to receive applications for the 2022/23 academic year.
Fine Gael Councillors at the February meeting of City Council submitted an Emergency Motion on the issue of the proposed Parnell Square Cultural Quarter to be located in the heart … Continue Reading Bringing clarity to the status of planned #ParnellSquare Cultural Quarter
Since October, I am once again serving our community as a member of the Grangegorman Community Consultative Forum. Through my membership of the Consultative Forum, I will endeavour to provide … Continue Reading #Grangegorman Matters – November 2021
2021 Funding: A further round of funding proposals totaling €211,230 was approved by the NEIC Programme Implementation Board at its meeting held on 29th September 2021. This latest round of … Continue Reading #NORTHEASTINNERCITY PROGRAMME OFFICE REPORT – October 2021
Update 4 and Medium Term Action Plan Introduction Dublin City is settling into a more normal pattern in recent weeks and months. The return of workers to offices, as well … Continue Reading Report to the City Recovery Taskforce
Well-being in early childhood and career development for staff are key priorities in new Fine Gael report on the sector. It is time for a major re-prioritisation of early childhood … Continue Reading <strong>Fine Gael Policy Lab proposes major re-prioritisation of Early Childhood</strong>
New Summer Education Programme for 2021 is good news for students with special educational needs in #NorthInnerCity – McAdam
The announcement of a new enhanced Summer Programme for students with special educational needs and those facing disadvantage is good news for North Inner City students, a Fine Gael Councillor … Continue Reading New Summer Education Programme for 2021 is good news for students with special educational needs in #NorthInnerCity – McAdam
Yesterday, Fine Gael Minister, Simon Harris T.D. launched the Government’s Action Plan for Apprenticeship 2021-2025. The Action Plan sets out a five year strategy to deliver on the programme for … Continue Reading 5 year #Apprenticeships Action Plan launched
🟦 FROM TODAY 🔵 Vaccine Bonus – Fully vaccinated individuals from two households may visit each other indoors two weeks after second dose. No masks or social distancing required. 🟦 … Continue Reading Covid-19 Update – A guide to the adjusted Level 5 restrictions:
You may or may not be aware, but Dublin City Council is currently seeking your views on how the future of development of Dublin is to be planned for and … Continue Reading Preparing a new Dublin City Development Plan – #GetInvolved
One of the important steps taken by Dublin City Council since the beginning of the pandemic, was to introduce measures to enhance and improve mobility and accessibility across the city. … Continue Reading Delivery of safe School Zone initiative in #DublinCentral
€925,141 for City of Dublin ETB from the Government’s Mitigating against Educational Disadvantage Fund – McAdam
€925,141 has been granted to the City of Dublin Educational Training Board (ETB) from the Mitigating against Educational Disadvantage Fund, Fine Gael’s Dublin City Council Group Leader, Councillor Ray McAdam … Continue Reading €925,141 for City of Dublin ETB from the Government’s Mitigating against Educational Disadvantage Fund – McAdam
The Right Course will help you identify what is on offer and the supports you can have. On Monday, my Fine Gael party colleague, Simon Harris T.D., Minister for for … Continue Reading New one-stop shop for people who need to upskill or retrain launched