Over the course of the last number of months, I and my Fine Gael City Council colleagues have been inundated with calls, emails and other communication from constituents and Dubliners … Continue Reading Tackling #antisocial behaviour in Dublin City
New Government grants will be available for #NorthInnerCity Parent and Toddler Groups, according to Fine Gael City Councillor, Ray McAdam. A national total funding of €250,0000 was announced by Minister … Continue Reading New Government grants for #NorthInnerCity Parent & Toddler Groups
Creating a place of discovery where people are inspired and connect with nature. UNESCO has recognised the importance of Bull Island and Dublin Bay as a special place worthy of … Continue Reading Dublin Bay Discovery Centre
O’DEVANEY PLANNING APPLICATION LODGED: I write to share with you information about the planning application that has been submitted to An Bord Pleanála by Bartra ODG Ltd in line with … Continue Reading KNOW WHERE YOU STAND on O’DEVANEY GARDENS PLANNING APPLICATION
Dublin City Council has opened a public consultation on its plan to increase pedestrian space on Capel Street in order to enable hospitality businesses on the street to re-open with … Continue Reading Public Consultation opens for #CapelStreet #outdoor dining – #HaveYourSay
Dublin City Council’s Waste Management Services intend to trial cash free green waste recycling at Grangegorman Bring Centre from 1st May. Over the last year, contactless payment technology has become … Continue Reading Cash free trial at Grangegorman Bring Centre launches tomorrow – May 1st
As your local Councillor, I wanted to take this opportunity to update you on a funding announcement made by Government of more than €22 million for walking and cycling infrastructure … Continue Reading Government to invest €22m in #NorthInnerCity Transport projects
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
In early December, I chaired a meeting of local Councillors with officials from the City Council’s Engineering & Transportation Department to discuss and secure updates on cycling infrastructure projects across … Continue Reading Clontarf to City Centre Project – January 2021 Update
This morning I joined my fellow Dublin Central Councillors at a meeting to discuss a new planning application submitted to An Bord Pleanala late last month for a proposed SHD … Continue Reading Markets Planning Matters – October 2020.
North Inner City students to benefit from €2.4m as part of fund to assist third level students with online learning – McAdam
Third level students in the North Inner City will benefit from a new fund to help them access laptops and other devices, a Fine Gael Councillor has said. Minister for … Continue Reading North Inner City students to benefit from €2.4m as part of fund to assist third level students with online learning – McAdam
Significant expansion of the Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance will benefit many more families in the North Inner City
A significant expansion of the Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance will ensure that many more families in the North Inner City can benefit from it ahead of this … Continue Reading Significant expansion of the Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance will benefit many more families in the North Inner City
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.