ST.MICHAN’S HOUSE COMPLEX – UPDATE Minister Paschal Donohoe and I have met with the St. Michan’s House Residents’ Association on a number of occasions across the past number months. We … Continue Reading St. Michan’s House Matters – Summer Update
ARBOUR HILL RE-SURFACING WORKS The Roads Maintenance Division of Dublin City Council will be enhancing the footpaths along Arbour Hill between the junction with Manor Street, opposite Walsh’s Pub and … Continue Reading Arbour Hill Improvement Works
STONEYBATTER FESTIVAL 2017 – FANTASTIC SUCCESS! The Stoneybatter Festival was a brilliant success. I want to extend my congratulations and thanks to the Organising Committee and everyone who played a … Continue Reading STONEYBATTER MATTERS – Summer 2017
PHIBSBOROUGH SHOPPING CENTRE – PLANNING APPLICATION (2628/17) The Planning Department of Dublin City Council has made an interim decision on the application for planning permission to partially redevelop the Phibsborough … Continue Reading PHIBSBOROUGH MATTERS – June 2017
NORTH INNER CITY ROAD IMPROVEMENT WORKS 2017 Much work is needed to enhance the quality of road surfaces across the North Inner City. Both Minister Paschal Donohoe and I have … Continue Reading Clonliffe & Ballybough Matters – May 2017
LUAS Cross City officials and the National Transport Authority provided me with the latest traffic management plans following the completion of the construction phase of the project. From 28th May … Continue Reading Luas Cross City Traffic Information: Dominick Street Lower – Change in Direction of Travel
Local Minister, Paschal Donohoe T.D. secured funding of €1.5m in Budget 2016 for the expansion of Dublin Bikes to Grangegorman. Since this money was allocated, I have been working to … Continue Reading CONFIRMED: DUBLIN BIKES TO GRANGEGORMAN THIS SUMMER!
Residents from East Wall and across the North Strand have been in touch with myself and Minister Paschal Donohoe expressing their concern about the new traffic management system in operation … Continue Reading NEWCOMEN BRIDGE CYCLE PROJECT – road safety audit NECESSARY