Throughout the summer, I became deeply disappointed and unhappy with the condition and appearance of our city centre. Dublin City is our Nation’s Capital but its appearance has not, in … Continue Reading Cleaning up Dublin
This week your Government announced an increased investment in our Defence Forces on foot of the Commission on the Defence Forces report. This will, over the next six years see … Continue Reading Increased Investment in Defence Forces and Career Opportunities
Recently, I sought a further progress report on the status of individual projects being advanced by the Parks Department and the Central Area Office of Dublin City Council through the … Continue Reading Progressing the #GreeningStrategy for the North-East Inner City
Graffiti has been removed from the following areas using Dublin City Council’s Waste Management Services since May 1st last, including: Cathedral Street O’Connell Street Upper Britain Place Montpelier Drive Custom … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity Graffiti Removal Update – June 2022
Dublin City Council, this week, opened up the application process online for the Local Area Community Grant Scheme. The scheme, which offers support through a once off- grant, is open … Continue Reading Dublin City Council Opens Community Grants 2022
Fine Gael Councillor Ray McAdam has said that a series of improvements to the Government’s supports for carers have now taken effect. “The Minister for Social Protection, Heather Humphreys TD … Continue Reading Improvements to the Government’s supports for carers in the #NorthInnerCity – McAdam
The Healthy Communities Project in the Dublin City Community Co-op are now launching our Smoke Free Homes Programme for people living in the North East Inner City. The programme will run … Continue Reading #NEIC Smoke Free Homes Programme
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES: Kelly’s Row and Nerney’s Court, Dublin 1: • Kelly’s Row and Nerney’s Court, Dublin 1 from 06.00hrs to 16.00hrs on Saturday 14th May 2022 • Closed to … Continue Reading NorthInnerCity Traffic & Works Update – May 14th
Funding proposals totalling €167,000 were approved by the NEIC Programme Implementation Board at its meeting held on 29th April 2022 bringing the total approved to €5.35M of the €7.5M 2022 … Continue Reading #NorthEastInnerCity Programme Office – May 2022 Report
Dublin City Council’s Waste Management Services removed graffiti from the following locations in the #NorthInnerCity, across April: Tyrell Place Charles Lane Kings Inns Street North Great Georges’ Street Spencer Street … Continue Reading #NorthInnerCity Graffiti Removal Update – May 2022
Throughout the last number of months, I have used my membership of the City’s Policing Committee to raise my concerns with the Assistant Garda Commissioner for Dublin about public safety … Continue Reading #OperationSaul – maintaining a safe environment on public transport for Dubliners
Nominations are now open for the annual Dublin North Central Garda Youth Awards that are proudly supported by Croke Park and the North East Inner City (NEIC) Programme Implementation Board. … Continue Reading Dublin North Central Garda Youth Awards 2022
The NEIC Community Grants Scheme is now OPEN for applications. Closing date 31st May 2022. It’s that time of year, the NEIC Community Grants Scheme 2022 is now live, and … Continue Reading NEIC COMMUNITY GRANTS SCHEME 2022
Throughout the opening months of this year, I have been contacted by #NorthInnerCity residents and households critical of the amount of clutter on our city streets. By clutter, I mean … Continue Reading Removing clutter from our City streets
For those of living in the #NorthInnerCity and use a bike, it can be difficult to store it securely, given the largely limited amount of outdoor space. More often than … Continue Reading On-street Cycle Parking stands – Update!
As part of Budget 2022, the following changes to the Student Grant Scheme for the 2022/23 academic year were announced:– The annual maintenance grant will increase by €200.– Income thresholds … Continue Reading SUSI is now open to receive applications for the 2022/23 academic year.