The 1916 Bursary is funded by the Department of Education and Skills for eligible applicants to TU Dublin. In 2020/21 there are 25 bursaries of €5,000 per annum for the … Continue Reading Technological University Dublin – 1916 Bursary – DEADLINE July 31st
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
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?
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.
There will be a four week extension to the existing fuel allowance season for eligible customers in the North Inner City, Fine Gael Leader on Dublin City Council, Ray McAdam, … Continue Reading Government announces 4 week extension to existing fuel allowance season – McAdam
Following a high-level request from the HSE earlier this week & in the national interest, Croke Park has become a ‘drive-thru’ facility for testing for Covid-19 for designated appointments. … Continue Reading HSE Drive-Thru for #Covid19 Testing at Croke Park
“An Garda Síochána is in the process of hiring additional vehicles to provide additional mobility to our members nationwide to provide increased community support and community engagement across the country. … Continue Reading Message of Commitment and Support from An Garda Síochána #Covid19
The Cabinet Committee on Covid-19 has approved a National Action Plan today. The Plan has been prepared following a comprehensive process involving all Departments and key agencies. Its main aims … Continue Reading Government Publishes National Action Plan on Covid-19
Dear Constituent, As of this morning, the Fine Gael Constituency Office in Phibsborough is closed to the public due to the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak. You can, however, continue to contact … Continue Reading FINE GAEL Dublin Central Constituency Office CLOSED
What is Try A Trade? Do you like working with your hands? Have you thought about doing an apprenticeship? Are you a young woman between the ages of … Continue Reading TRY A TRADE EVENT FOR FEMALES – 24th of October 2019
Dear Resident, Further to my recent update regarding the works taking place along the Royal Canal, I want to provide you with an update on the matter. As indicated, I … Continue Reading ROYAL CANAL GREENWAY RESIDENT’S MEETING
ACCESS TO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMME The Access to Apprenticeship Programme is aimed at young men and women aged 16 to 24 living in Dublin who experience social and economic barriers. The … Continue Reading NORTH-EAST INNER CITY MATTERS – January 2019
TACKLING ILLEGAL DUMPING IN MONTPELIER DRIVE Residents have been in touch with me to express their anger at the ongoing problem with illegal dumping in the two raised beds at … Continue Reading MONTPELIER DRIVE MATTERS – February 2019
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL HOUSING COMPLEX RENEWAL PLAN As you know Dublin City Council published Phase 1 of its Estate Renewal Plan last March. That programme outlined details of initial plans … Continue Reading CONSTITUTION HILL MATTERS – January 2019
15 North Inner City clubs, organisations and projects have secured more than €143,000 in funding through our Fine Gael Government’s Community Enhancement Programme. This scheme is administered by Minister Michael … Continue Reading 15 North Inner City Projects secure Community Enhancement funding – McAdam
I write to make you aware of a planning application that has been submitted to Dublin City Council by CIRCLE HOUSING to build new homes on the currently vacant site … Continue Reading RAILWAY STREET HOUSING & PLANNING MATTERS (4265/18)