Further to the recent introduction of the traffic trial at Grangegorman part of the City Council’s Covid Mobility measures, I want to share an update from Tuesday’s meeting of the … Continue Reading Grangegorman Trial – July ’20 Area Committee Update
The redevelopment of the Diamond Park on Sean McDermott Street is a key project to be delivered as part of the North-East Inner City (NEIC) Greening Strategy. Following much local … Continue Reading Redevelopment Plan for Diamond Park
Last week, a formal planning application was lodged with the Planning Department of Dublin City Council by Pairc an Chrocaigh Cuideachta Fáil Theorainn Rathaiochta for the construction of a hotel … Continue Reading Planning Application lodged by Croke Park for new Hotel on Clonliffe College lands.
On Tuesday next, the Dublin Central Area Committee of Dublin City Council will meet and on our agenda is the very exciting draft Strategy for Greening Stoneybatter. Since last year’s … Continue Reading Greening Stoneybatter – we have lift off!
Like other local representatives, I have been pursuing the matter of potential uses for the former North Wall Community Training Centre on St. Laurence’s Place East with officials in Dublin … Continue Reading Update on future use of the North Wall Community Training Centre – July 2020.
In recent weeks, Ballybough residents have been in touch with me seeking clarity or an update on the plans for the former Annesley Motors site along Ballybough Road. At the … Continue Reading What’s happening with the former Annesley Motors site?
Dublin City Council is proposing to extend the area of the 30km/h speed limit. Bye-laws to legislate for this change, the Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws, 2020 (COVID19), were presented to … Continue Reading Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws, 2020 (COVID19) Public Consultation underway
Given the interest and concern about the previous redevelopment proposal for these buildings, I wanted to share with you some information about a new planning application that has been lodged … Continue Reading 194 – 198 Clonliffe Road – planning application lodged.
Submission to An Bord Pleanala. Prior to the deadline for submissions, I lodged my observations with An Bord Pleanala on the Strategic Housing Development planning application seeking to redevelop 29B, … Continue Reading Prussia Street Student Accommodation planning application – July 2020 update.
Preparing a new Development Plan for Dublin City. Every six years, Dublin City Councillors adopt a new Development Plan which sets out the rules upon which development is permitted across … Continue Reading Reviewing Dublin’s Planning Rule-book
Despite all the media and opposition commentary, good progress is being made in delivering new public housing across the North Inner City. Prior to the new Government coming to office … Continue Reading North Inner City Major Public Housing Projects – July 2020 Update
The Chief Executive of Dublin City Council provided myself and other Councillors with an update on the Covid-19 Mobility Measures that are being implemented across the city. One of those … Continue Reading Update on Grangegorman traffic trial – July 2020
Given the interest and concern expressed previously when an application for planning permission was sought on the former MotorValu site on Prussia Street, I wanted to notify you of details … Continue Reading Prussia Street Planning Matters – June 2020
The KN Group on behalf of Dublin City Council are working on the construction of the ‘build-outs’ as part of the Oxmantown Road Traffic Scheme. These works are a result … Continue Reading Oxmantown Road Traffic Scheme – Works Progressing
Earlier this month, I sought an update from the Transportation Department of Dublin City Council on the Neighbourhood Traffic Scheme in East Wall. I am very eager to get this … Continue Reading East Wall Neighbourhood Traffic Scheme – Update (June 2020)
Croke Park will be hosting two information events across the coming days with regards to the redevelopment of the Clonliffe College lands. First up is an online information evening to … Continue Reading Clonliffe College Update – June 2020