Saturday 23rd January to Friday 29th January TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES Earl Place, Dublin 1:– Closed up until 31st March 2021.– Closed to facilitate demolition & construction works.– Traffic on Earl … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity Traffic News
Yesterday, I attended a meeting with officials from National Transport Authority that was facilitated by Dublin Central T.D. and Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe. The meeting provided us with an … Continue Reading Construction work on remainder of Royal Canal Greenway to start by September
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
A new law will break the link between criminal gangs and the vulnerable youngsters they recruit, a Fine Gael Councillor has said. Councillor McAdam said the General Scheme of the … Continue Reading New law will break link between criminal gangs and vulnerable youngsters – McAdam
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
NOW TV was announced as the new sponsor of dublinbikes late last year as part of a three-year commercial partnership with Dublin City Council and JCDecaux. This partnership will officially … Continue Reading DublinBikes & NOW TV
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
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES Castleforbes Road, Dublin 1.– Closed (from North Wall Quay to Mayor Street Upper), Dublin 1 from 20.00hrs on Friday 15th January 2021 to 20.00hrs on Saturday 16th … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity Traffic News (January 16th – 22nd Update)
The Climate Action Plan published by Government in 2019 by Richard Bruton T.D. committed to a significant increase in the number of Electric Vehicle charging points by local authorities. This … Continue Reading Electric Vehicle charging points – more work needed!
This morning after much debate by Councillors with views on all sides, the Area Committee agreed to the below motion, which will see the Grangegorman initiative remain in situ and … Continue Reading Decision made on Grangegorman Traffic Initiative.
Last night, OPW Minister, Patrick O’Donovan T.D. published the Phoenix Park Transport and Mobility Options Report. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, recreational use of the Phoenix Park increased significantly … Continue Reading Phoenix Park Transport and Mobility Options Report
Saturday 9th January to Friday 15th January 2021. The following is a summary of road works and temporary road closures in the North Inner City for the above dates. TEMPORARY … Continue Reading Dublin City Council #NorthInnerCityTRAFFIC NEWS
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
Next Monday evening, Dublin City Councillors will determine whether to amend the City Development Plan to allow for the designation of an Architectural Conservation Area for North Great George’s Street … Continue Reading Designating an Architectural Conservation Area for North Great George’s Street.
This report focuses on the progress of cycleway projects that have statutory planning approval; two interim schemes and cycle parking. This is in line with the resources that are currently … Continue Reading January 2021 Update on the Implementation of Proposed Cycling Projects
Ireland is moving to a full Level 5 of Covid-19 restrictions from midnight tonight (Wednesday). I have posted a list of these restrictions below. People are being asked to stay … Continue Reading Update: Covid-19 Measures