The collapse of the three major regeneration projects under the last Fianna Fáil Government in 2008 marked for me and many people the start of our economic difficulties. All three … Continue Reading North Inner City Regeneration Projects – UPDATE
Although it may have been introduced with the best of intentions, evidence and experience has shown that the 8th Amendment simply isn’t working. It is far more complicated than an … Continue Reading Why I’m Voting YES to Repeal the 8th Amendment
As your local Councillor, I wanted to sure you has the necessary information in advance of the concerts and to provide you with the contact details for the Community Liaison … Continue Reading ED SHEERAN CONCERTS, PHOENIX PARK May 16th, 18th & 19th
Two planning applications that have been lodged by the Grangegorman Development Agency to Dublin City Council. The first relates to the provision of a new school facility for Dublin 7 … Continue Reading Grangegorman Planning Matters – May 2018
Following the allocation and assignment of 40 new Garda personnel to the area, the Chief Superintendent is preparing an updated community policing plan to take account of these additional resources. … Continue Reading Have your say on the new Community Policing Plan for the North Inner City.
Fine Gael Leader on Dublin City Council, Ray McAdam is encouraging all families across the North Inner City to check their passport before booking their flights this summer and to … Continue Reading Save time and renew your passport online – McAdam
Dublin City Council invites applications for Junior Apprenticeships in the following four crafts: Plumbing Carpentry and Joinery Electrical Brick and Stonelaying Further information on each craft is available … Continue Reading Junior Apprenticeships on offer in Dublin City Council
The Transportation Strategic Policy Committee will begin the process of considering whether to expand the areas included in the 30 km/ph speed limit within Dublin City. As outlined at the … Continue Reading Planned expansion of 30km/ph in Dublin City
Tonight, I took the opportunity to raise a variety of issues with City Council management including public housing provision, the new City Library, construction of the Royal Canal Greenway and … Continue Reading April 2018 City Council meeting REPORT
In accordance with Section 21 of the Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2009, Dublin City Council is undertaking an assessment of housing needs for 2018. With that in mind, officials from … Continue Reading Dublin City Council Housing Needs Assessment 2018
Dublin City Council has arranged for graffiti to be removed on sites and buildings across the North Inner City. The majority of the graffiti is removed by the Waste Management … Continue Reading North Inner City Graffiti Removal – April 2018 Report
Good progress being made to restore water around the country as Irish Water continues pressure reductions to protect Dublin’s supply • Irish Water and the four Dublin Local Authorities, … Continue Reading Irish Water update on supply to North Inner City homes – (March 7th)
The March meeting of Dublin City Council took place this evening. As Leader of the Fine Gael group, I took the opportunity to speak on the impact of the ‘BeastfromtheEast’ … Continue Reading Severe Weather & Water supply – Update (March 5th)
UPDATE from Consultative Forum meeting tonight (21/2/18) which I chaired in Prussia Street Parish Centre: Closed tender process for selection of contractor to build first 56 public homes to be … Continue Reading O’Devaney Gardens – where things stand now.
The Dublin City Neighbourhoods competition is run by the City Council to acknowledge in a meaningful way the work done across the city by communities to enhance their neighbourhood. At … Continue Reading Dublin City Neighbourhood Awards 2018
Dublin City Council’s Public Domain Unit has been working in a number of ways to ensure that items of graffiti are removed across buildings and structures along the North Inner … Continue Reading North Inner City Graffiti Removal – February 2018