DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL’S HOUSING ASSESSMENT OF NEED – DEADLINE LOOMING!!Last Summer, the Housing Department of Dublin City Council began a process of reviewing the housing list. The purpose of this … Continue Reading North Wall Matters – Spring 2017
The recent Stoneybatter Matters public meeting organised by myself and Minister Paschal Donohoe heard from numerous local residents who support our argument for a statutory Stoneybatter Local Area Plan.
Ever since Dublin City council published details of Option 7 as its preferred route for Liffey Cycle Route along the Quays, back in October, I have been highlighting the potential … Continue Reading KNOW WHERE YOU STAND ON THE LIFFEY CYCLE ROUTE
New health legislation from Fine Gael will see more North Inner City children with a disability receive a full medical card. That’s according to North Inner City Fine Gael Councillor, … Continue Reading New Government Bill to provide children with disabilities with medical cards – McAdam
Older people in the North Inner City are set to benefit from Fine Gael’s new health legislation. That’s according to Fine Gael’s North Inner City Councillor & Leader on Dublin … Continue Reading Older people in the North Inner City to benefit from reduced prescription charges – McAdam
Officials from Irish Water have advised me that it is working in partnership with Dublin City Council to deliver the North Docklands Sewerage Scheme. This project represents an investment of … Continue Reading North Docklands Sewerage Scheme – further construction work to begin
Both myself and Minister Paschal Donohoe are very grateful to the many Stoneybatter residents and those from across the north west inner city who attended our #StoneybatterMatters public meeting this … Continue Reading Stoneybatter Matters Public Meeting
As a member of the Council’s Housing Committee, I regularly seek updates on how Dublin City Council is advancing housing projects within the North Inner City. This afternoon’s meeting provided … Continue Reading North Inner City Housing Report – Dublin City Council Housing Committee, 10/2/17
Fine Gael Dublin City Council Leader & North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam, is encouraging people in the North Inner City to have their say on a new National Plan … Continue Reading McAdam encourages North Inner City communities to have their say on a new National Plan for Ireland
Heather Humphreys T.D., Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs has made grant funding available under the new Built Heritage Investment Scheme for 2017. As previously, buildings on … Continue Reading Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2017 – applications now being accepted!
As your local Fine Gael Councillor, I am working to represent and deal with local and city-wide issues on Dublin City Council. Local Planning and development can however, have a … Continue Reading Clonliffe Road Planning Matters – February 2017
BETTER ENERGY HOMES SCHEME Better Energy Homes is a Government initiative which provides fixed cash grants to home-owners for insulation and heating system upgrade works to help make you home … Continue Reading KNOW WHERE YOU STAND ON THE BETTER ENERGY GRANT SCHEME
Over the last number of weeks, I have been working with the Roads Maintenance Section of Dublin City Council to ensure that damaged speed ramps and traffic calming measures are … Continue Reading North Inner City ramp resurfacing programme 2017
Fine Gael Leader on Dublin City Council and North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam, has said that North Inner City Dads are already benefiting from the Government’s new paid paternity … Continue Reading North Inner City Dads already benefiting from new paid paternity benefit – McAdam
Fine Gael Leader on Dublin City Council & local North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam, has welcomed assurances from the Minister for Social Protection, Leo Varadkar, that there is no … Continue Reading Varadkar provides assurance on Free Travel Pass – McAdam
PARK SHOPPING CENTRE – PLANNING APPLICATION LODGED LOCATION OF PLANNING APPLICATION: Park Shopping Centre & Nos. 42-45 Prussia Street, Dublin 7.