As you know Hines in conjunction with the GAA is developing the former Clonliffe College site along Clonliffe Road. This follows on from the GAA purchasing the site in 2018 … Continue Reading #Clonliffe College redevelopment – Info. meeting
🟦 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:
A new planning application has been submitted to An Bord Pleanála to redevelop the Park Shopping Centre site along Prussia Street. As you know I have been monitoring plans for … Continue Reading New planning application submitted for #ParkShopping Centre redevelopment
This afternoon, the Central Area Committee of Dublin City Council meets to examine and consider three separate Strategic Housing Development applications in Phibsborough, Rathborne and in the Docklands. Waterside Block … Continue Reading Docklands Planning Matters – February 2021
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
Following my re-election in May 2019, I have continued to put pressure on my Fine Gael colleagues in Government and Dublin City Council officials to prioritise the redevelopment and refurbishment … Continue Reading #ConstitutionHill redevelopment – Design team appointed. Clear timeline now in place.
Ever since my election to the City Council in 2009, I have worked to improve standards in the privately rented sector and ensure those enhanced standards are properly enforced. As … Continue Reading Pandemic impedes inspection of rental homes
I write to make you aware of a planning application that has been submitted to Dublin City Council by CLUID HOUSING to build new homes on the currently vacant site … Continue Reading Housing & Planning Matters – North Great Charles Street
Public Consultation Open for the Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028 As Chair of Dublin City Council’s Planning & Urban Form Strategic Policy Committee I am urging Dubliners from all across … Continue Reading Have Your Say about Our City’s Future
Throughout the last three years I have been closely monitoring the potential redevelopment of the former Ready-mix Site in North Strand along East Wall Road. I requested a further update … Continue Reading Update on Readymix site redevelopment plans – Jan. 2020
This afternoon, I was informed by the Chief Executive of Dublin City Council about how the introduction of Level 5 restrictions is impacting upon the delivery of services across the … Continue Reading Impact of Covid Restrictions on City Council services
Earlier this week, I joined Minister Paschal Donohoe and Michael Stone, Chairman of the Government’s North-East Inner City Initiative Programme Implementation Board to launch the 2020 North East Inner City … Continue Reading 4th Annual NEIC Progress Report launched.
Following last week’s RTE PrimeTime Investigates into the overcrowding of privately rented accommodation within the North Inner City, I sought an update from Dublin City Council as to the number … Continue Reading Maintaining standards in privately rented accommodation.
As you know earlier this year, Fine Gael in Government, allocated more than €37.4m in initial funding to enable the redevelopment of Matt Talbot Court take place and provide new … Continue Reading Matt Talbot Court redevelopment plan now being advanced – McAdam
I continue to chase up the Housing Department of Dublin City Council to secure an update on plans to redevelop the former Readymix site on East Wall Road. At this … Continue Reading Readymix site redevelopment – November 2020 Update
This afternoon, Dublin City Council personnel delivered the below update to households in Constitution Hill advising the progress that is being made in advancing the redevelopment of the complex and … Continue Reading Constitution Hill regeneration – October 2020 Update