The CEO of Dublin City Council sourced a legal opinion in relation to the Clontarf-Amien St Cycleway Part 8 and in the interests of transparency I’m publishing it below: Legal Opinion Re Cycleway Fairview 1 11 2017
Thursday, October 26th 2017 Reject St. Annes sports redevelopment on foot of Departmental submission says Fine Gael Councillor Dublin City Council should reject plans to redevelop sports facilities in St. Annes Park on the basis of a submission made by a government department, local Fine Gael Councillor Naoise Ó Muirí said today (Thursday). Dublin City […]
The Clontarf to Amiens St cycle route has become one of the busiest in Dublin city with the top 3 morning peak locations as indicated by cycle counts for 2016 (total number of cyclists passing between 7am and 10m) being as follows: Rathmines Road – 1,583 cyclists Newcomen Bridge (where the North Strand Road crosses […]
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL NORTH CENTRAL AREA COMMITTEE 16th October, 2017 Q.87 Question in the name of Councillor Naoise O’Muirí “Can the Manager please deal with the following (details supplied).” Details: Can the Manager please provide me with minutes of all pre-planning/Consultation meetings for the following planning applications: 3777/17, St Paul’s school Application by Orsigny on […]
My submission made earlier today in relation to redevelopment of St Pauls Playing Pitches in Raheny (Planning App 3777/17) can be seen below:
REPORT TO NORTH CENTRAL AREA COMMITTEE 19th MAY 2014 The Future of the Rose Garden St Annes. The Rose Garden officially opens in July 1975 by the then loard Mayor Cllr. Taddy Dunne.
Dear resident, Just a short note with some important information regarding waste arrangements for this festive season:
(From DCC Engineering). The water supply problems currently being experienced by the residents in the Dunluce and Vernon Areas of Clontarf, are as a result of increased water mains leakage in the area.
City Council tankers were sterilized yesterday in preparation for assisting in the most affected areas today. A tanker is already being deployed to the Middle Third in Killester and City Council are in the process of deploying a tanker to Artane Castle.
Great to see that Dublin City Council has finally gone to tender for construction of the Clontarf Flood protection scheme and the new watermain contained within: http://www.e-tenders.gov.ie/search/show/search_view.aspx?ID=NOV182037 It involves the laying of 5km of large diameter water mains (ranging in size from 400mm to 600mm diameter) and for the construction of approximately 3km of flood mounding and walls […]