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?
Package of one-off measures worth €4.4 billion announced Today’s cost of living budget will give individuals and families more disposable income and help them meet rising household and energy costs, … Continue Reading Budget 2023 will ease the cost of living burden and put more money back in your pocket – McAdam
The 2021 Report of the Expert Group on the Moore Street Market recommended that further traders, vitality and diversity to street trading on Moore Street, to complement the existing street … Continue Reading New Moore Street Market set to begin on September 23rd
The Dublin Central Area Committee of Dublin City Council, which I chair, is meeting on Wednesday next to consider a report on the recent public consultation held to gauge the … Continue Reading Overwhelming support for specific #CarFree #CapelStreet plans.
It has been confirmed that planning permission has now been approved for the redevelopment of the former Annesley Motors site along Ballybough Road. Now that permission for a new LIDL … Continue Reading Planning permission confirmed for LIDL store in #Ballybough
READYMIX SITE – PLANNING APPLICATION LODGED BACKGROUND: The Housing Department of Dublin City Council has finally brought forward plans to redevelop the former Readymix Site along East Wall Road. The … Continue Reading #NORTHSTRAND MATTERS – March 2022
100 years on from the establishment of An Garda Siochana, Fine Gael in Government is ensuring that Garda numbers on our streets continue to be increased. Budget 2022 provided for … Continue Reading 2022 Garda Recruitment campaign – Deadline looming
Dublin Central Area Councillors agreed to seek the public’s opinions and views on the proposals to formally remove through traffic along Capel Street. That public consultation launched today. So, what’s … Continue Reading Traffic-Free #CapelStreet Consultation launched
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?
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
This morning, I took part in a further meeting of the Council’s Advisory Group on the proposed redevelopment of the Fruit and Vegetable Market on Mary’s Lane. Planning permission for … Continue Reading #KNOWWHEREYOUSTAND on the Fruit & Veg Market redevelopment
Finance Minister and local T.D. for Dublin Central earlier today encouraged businesses re-opening today, as part of the re-launch of indoor hospitality, to make a claim for an enhanced restart … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity businesses re-opening should apply for enhanced restart payment under CRSS
Dublin City Council has launched a new campaign to encourage everyone to enjoy all the amenities and attractions Dublin City has to offer. The ‘We Can Dublin Again’ campaign comes as the … Continue Reading “We Can Dublin Again”