What a beautiful evening outside Killarney Court at the junction of Sean McDermott Street, Buckingham Street and Killarney Street I had today in the company of local residents and An … Continue Reading Killarney Court Christmas Tree Lighting
Fine Gael Leader on Dublin City Council and North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam joined local T.D. and Minister Paschal Donohoe and Housing Minister, Simon Coveney T.D. to announce almost … Continue Reading Fresh Start for O’Devaney Gardens regeneration – McAdam
The Housing Department of Dublin City Council published its twenty eight report today which details how the redevelopment of O’Devaney Gardens will be advanced. The over-riding principle governing the plan … Continue Reading O’Devaney Gardens redevelopment – Plans published
As the Fine Gael Leader on Dublin City Council, I and my party colleagues have been challenging the ‘perceived wisdom’ that the Government has failed to provide sufficient money to … Continue Reading Dublin Central Housing Update, Dublin City Council.
Tomorrow morning I will attend a meeting of the City Council’s Transportation Strategic Policy Committee. A key item on the agenda is the proposed Liffey Cycle Route and the emergence … Continue Reading Liffey Cycle Route – Option 7 now on the cards!
The Deputy Chief Executive of Dublin City Council with responsibility for Housing has confirmed to me that a joint meeting of the Housing and Planning Strategic Policy Committees will take … Continue Reading City Council Housing & Planning Committees to meet in joint session
The Fine Gael Group on Dublin City Council last night (14th Nov) opposed a Sinn Fein-led Budget that proposes an increase in commercial rates for the City’s 20,000 ratepayers. Recognising … Continue Reading Fine Gael Councillors oppose increase in commercial rates in Dublin City
The Estimates put forward by the City Council, governed by a Coalition of Sinn Fein, Labour, Greens and Independents will see €862.5m allocated for services including Housing, Roads, Water, Development, … Continue Reading Prudent, Cautious & constructive – FG approach to City Council Budget 2017
FITZGIBBON STREET GARDA STATION – PROGRESS REPORT As outlined in my summer newsletter, An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny T.D., confirmed that our Fine Gael-led Government would oversee the re-opening of Fitzgibbon … Continue Reading CLONLIFFE & BALLYBOUGH MATTERS – Winter 2016
Local Planning and development can however, have a big impact on our community. The following planning application that may be of interest to you. LOCATION OF PLANNING APPLICATION: Former Motor … Continue Reading Prussia Street Planning Application – former Motor Valu site
Following the recent announcement by Shelbourne F.C. that the club has agreed to ground share Dalymount Park with Bohemians, I sought an update from the City Council on the progress … Continue Reading Dalymount Park redevelopment – UPDATE
The City Council’s NEIC Project Team is currently focussed on the deliveriy of the short term measures announced by Enda Kenny T.D., An Taoiseach in North Wall. The current position … Continue Reading North East Inner City Ministerial Task Force – update from DCC
Some concern has been raised with me regarding the on-going demolition works on the former Cantor site. I work closely with local Minister, Paschal Donohoe T.D., so please contact … Continue Reading CANTOR SITE – Planning Update
Fine Gael North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam, has welcomed the allocation of €12.8m to bring Local Authority housing back into use in Dublin City. “There are two particular programmes … Continue Reading €12.8m to bring vacant Local Authority housing back into use in Dublin City
Since February 2014, the Croke Park Community Team work on stadium event days to assist their neighbours and monitor activity in the local community area. The team consists entirely of … Continue Reading Croke Park job opportunities – 2017
FITZGIBBON STREET GARDA STATION WILL RE-OPEN