GRANGEGORMAN – BUILDING WORK & PROJECTS UPDATE As a member of the Grangegorman Consultative Forum, I thought it useful to share with you the latest update on works taking place … Continue Reading Grangegorman Matters – January 2023
Dublin City Council in partnership with St. Gabriel’s National School on Cowper Street is finalising plans for a ‘Green School Zone’ along the street. Last week officials from the Parks … Continue Reading Share with me your feedback on proposed Cowper Street ‘Green School Zone’
I recently convened a special meeting of the Dublin Central Area Committee that focused exclusively on the many housing projects currently underway or planned across the area. You learn more … Continue Reading What’s the latest with the #Readymix site redevelopment?
Today, the Government accepted the 2022 Progress Report of the North-East Inner City Project Implementation Board at the Hill Street Family Resource Centre. I was pleased to join colleagues once … Continue Reading 2022 Progress Report of the Government’s North-East Inner City Initiative published.
As Chair of the Dublin Central Area Committee of the City Council, I sought an update from the Housing Department on the work to deliver new and better public housing … Continue Reading City Council’s #DublinCentral Housing Update
The November meeting of the Dublin Central Area Committee, which I Chair, agreed to begin the formal planning process that ultimately will see the redevelopment of Constitution Hill housing complex … Continue Reading Constitution Hill Housing Matters – November 2022
We’re closing in on eight years since planning permission for the Royal Canal Pedestrian and Cycle Greenway was granted by Dublin City Councillors. While Phases 1 and 2 are open … Continue Reading Contractor to be selected for Phase 3 of Royal Canal Greenway
The Dublin Central Area Committee of Dublin City Council considered a detailed update on Capel Street at our monthly meeting today. While you can review the details below, I can … Continue Reading Capel Street Update – November 2022
After a long wait, work has finally got underway on Phase 1 of the new Dublin City Library Project. This Government backed initiative will see a new City Library at … Continue Reading Work finally gets underway on Parnell Square Project Phase 1
Last July, the City Council agreed to a land transfer to the Office of Public Works (OPW) for the former Magdalen Laundry site along Sean McDermott Street. The purpose of … Continue Reading What’s happening with the former Magdalen Laundry site on Sean McDermott Street?
I am continuing to secure agreement from Dublin City Council for the inclusion of Rawlton House on Sherrard Street on the Record of Protected Structures in the city. Rawlton House … Continue Reading Adding #RawltonHouse to Protected Structure list
I am pleased to confirm that as part of the North-East Inner City Greening Strategy, the Parks Department of Dublin City Council will be planting 24 Fir Trees along the … Continue Reading #PoplarRow tree planting scheduled for November
The Government, through Minister of State, Peter Burke T.D., has confirmed that popular Croí Cónaithe scheme which helps with the refurbishment of vacant properties in towns is to be extended … Continue Reading Confirmation that Croí Cónaithe scheme is extended to the #NorthInnerCity very much welcome!
Package of one-off measures worth €4.4 billion announced Today’s cost of living budget will give individuals and families more disposable income and help them meet rising household and energy costs, … Continue Reading Budget 2023 will ease the cost of living burden and put more money back in your pocket – McAdam
The 2021 Report of the Expert Group on the Moore Street Market recommended that further traders, vitality and diversity to street trading on Moore Street, to complement the existing street … Continue Reading New Moore Street Market set to begin on September 23rd
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