The brief given to the external expert appointed to provide a second opinion on the Dollymount Flood Defence barrier height is set out below:
Question to the Chief Executive Council Meeting 7th September 2015 Q.151 COUNCILLOR NAOISE Ó MUIRÍ To ask the Chief Executive to answer the following (details supplied) Details: In relation to the old-style tram shelter currently in place on the seafront between Dollymount Avenue and the Bull Wall Road, can the Chief Executive confirm the […]
Gracepark Road, Dublin 9. A request has been received from Dublin City Council’s Roads Maintenance Division for the temporary closure of the following road to facilitate road resurfacing works on the dates and times listed below: Grace Park Road (from Griffith Avenue to Collins Avenue), Dublin 9 from Monday 24th August 2015 to Wednesday 26th […]
Question to the Chief Executive Council Meeting 6th July 2015 Q.97 COUNCILLOR NAOISE Ó MUIRÍ In relation to recent media reports concerning the closure of a taxi rank at Beaumont Hospital can the Chief Executive please provide a full background report in relation to Dublin City Council’s position on the matter?
The tree on the corner or Watermill Road and James Larkin Road was made safe for health and safety reasons. The tree referred to was a mature specimen of Cupressus macrocarpa (Monterey Cypress). The tree had stood as a land mark for many years and the difficult decision to remove it and reduce its canopy […]
Report below was provided to the North Central Area Committee on 20/10/14:
Dear Councillors , We have been notified by Roadsworks Control Unit of the following road closure this Saturday in the Clontarf Ward.
(From DCC): A temporary bathing water prohibition has been issued for Dollymount Beach Bathing Zone and Merrion Strand today, 8/8/2014 and will remain in place over the weekend. The prohibition currently in place at Sandymount Strand remains in place. The beaches are being sampled again today for analysis.
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.
Dublin City Council intends to make an order authorising the temporary closure of the following road on the dates and times listed below to facilitate the Battle of Clontarf event: