Of 983 Dublin Homes Identified Since 2017 as Vacant Long-Term, 655 Are Still Empty, Council Saysby Laoise Neylon
At a recent meeting of Dublin City Council’s housing committee, council managers outlined the challenges of tackling vacancy and dereliction.
Council Chief Offers Plan to Clean Up Massive Illegal Dump in North Dublin Neighbourhoodby Lois Kapila
The council would spend approximately €10 million to remove the waste and build a wall around the site, said Dublin City Council’s chief executive, Owen Keegan.
Also this week
- Artist Proposes Soda Bread as Ireland’s National Cake
- In Cabra, Filling Station’s “Las Vegas Lighting” Is Ruining the Neighbourhood, Residents Say
- Even as Dubliners Look to Cut Energy Use, Apartments Ban Hanging Laundry to Dry on Balconies
- In Chapelizod, Residents Plead for a Playground a Child Could Walk to
How Much Should Immigrants Rely on the Citizens Information Website?by Shamim Malekmian
Its helpful pages explaining complex, ever-changing immigration laws in clear, simple language sometimes include errors – which can have serious consequences.
Held Up as a Model by Minister, Transport Service for Disabled People Closes Due to Lack of Fundingby Claudia Dalby
ACTS, operating on the south side of Dublin, announced on 9 September that it is winding up, unable to pay its debts.
In Harold’s Cross, Residents and the Climate-Concerned Wonder If Knocking Homes to Rebuild More Densely Is the Best Planby Claudia Dalby
Adroit Company Ltd has applied for planning permission to demolish 53 homes to build 194 apartments in their place.
In Chapelizod, Residents Plead for a Playground a Child Could Walk toby Claudia Dalby
So they can go play with their families and friends without adding to “the traffic and our own carbon footprint”, says Róisín Walsh.
Even as Dubliners Look to Cut Energy Use, Apartments Ban Hanging Laundry to Dry on Balconiesby Laoise Neylon
Faced with the alternative of a tumble dryer, Luis Bruno decided to rebel and put a clothes horse out. “Global warming is a reality we can’t escape,” he says.
In Cabra, Filling Station’s “Las Vegas Lighting” Is Ruining the Neighbourhood, Residents Sayby Laoise Neylon
The council has issued an enforcement notice, indicating that what the owners built isn’t what they got permission for.
Artist Proposes Soda Bread as Ireland’s National Cakeby Michael Lanigan
Analysing feminism, women’s work and post-colonialism, April Gertler’s hybrid lecture and performance “Take the Cake” assigns cakes to countries.