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?
Preparations and planned Community Activities Communities across the North Inner City and indeed, throughout the city, are experiencing problems with the build-up of materials for unauthorized bonfires as well as … Continue Reading #Halloween 2021
Earlier this week, it was announced that you can now place all plastic packaging into the household recycling bin – once it is clean dry and loose. This includes both soft and rigid … Continue Reading #SoftPlastics can now be included in your #Recycling Bin
The recent spell of hot weather highlighted the importance of enjoying the sun safely and at the same time, protecting your skin. At the HSE Regional Forum, this week, I … Continue Reading Be #SunSmart on your holidays this summer!
The HSE has, in recent days, made some changes to the operation of Covid-19 Vaccination Centres on the northside of the city. A new Vaccination Centre opened at the National … Continue Reading Covid-19 Vaccination Centre Update
IntroductionAs we come out of two very difficult and turbulent weekends in the City, the vision for an outdoor summer in Dublin City Centre is really starting to take shape. … Continue Reading #CityRecoveryPlan Update – June 2021
NEW INITIATIVE TO COME INTO EFFECT FROM JUNE 1st. Dublin City Council’s new Pilot Scheme will see Fixed Penalty Notices (fines) being issued on the spot to drivers who park … Continue Reading Fixed Penalty Notices to be introduced in Dublin to tackle illegal parking
Great news that the Dublin City Council Household Bulky Waste Collection Service will resume from Monday 10th May (the service was suspended due to COVID-19 guidelines). This service is for … Continue Reading Bulky #Household Waste Collection resumes #May 10th
Today, Government decided to move ahead with the Recovery and Resilience: The Path Ahead plan. We are now in the early stages of the Recovery phase of the pandemic. The … Continue Reading Government confirms further easing of #Covid #PublicHealth restrictions
Public toilets to open in Sports Centres, Libraries and City Hall Dublin City Council is pleased to announce the opening of 22 of its public buildings on a “toilets only” … Continue Reading Dublin City Council confirm opening of toilets in #Public Buildings
🟦 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:
TEMPORARY ROADCLOSURES Earl Place, Dublin 1:– Closed up until 31st March 2021.– Closed to facilitate demolition & construction works.– Traffic on Earl Street North wishing to travel on Earl Place … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity Traffic News – March 13th
Fine Gael Councillors in Dublin Central, Ray McAdam and Colm O’Rourke have confirmed that Dublin City Council has allocated €2.6m in funding this year to deliver a Local Roads Improvement … Continue Reading €2.6m FUNDING TO ENHANCE #DUBLINCENTRAL ROADS & FOOTPATHS
Summary on the Outcome on the last Public Consultation on Dublin City Council’s Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws 2020 (COVID19). The recent Phase 5 Speed Limit Bye-Laws 2020 (Covid-19) was not … Continue Reading Dublin City Council Speed Limit Bye Laws 2021 – #DublinCentral Report
As your local Councillor, I wanted to take this opportunity to update you on a funding announcement made by Government of more than €22 million for walking and cycling infrastructure … Continue Reading Government to invest €22m in #NorthInnerCity Transport projects
Revenue will issue all PAYE workers from.15 January with balancing tax statements for 2020. This will see some PUP and TWSS recipients be liable for tax. Below is some basic … Continue Reading REVENUE – TAX LIABILITY LETTERS