Dublin City Council's Budget, Visualised

Earlier this month, Dublin City Councillors agreed the council’s budget of €917 million for the coming year. You can explore where it will go, and how it compares to last year’s spending, through our visualisation below.

Note the large bubbles that illustrate spending on homeless services and Dublin Fire Brigade – the two biggest outlays. If you notice something you’d like us to ask about, send us an email at info@dublininquirer.com.

Author:

Simon Auffret and Others: Simon Auffret is a journalism student at IUT Lannion who has also studied at Dublin Institute of Technology. He loves data and maps, and ideas for Dublin data and maps. So send them his way: sauffret@dubinq.com.

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Liz Morris
at 29 November 2017 at 17:03

what a great idea – I must look up some, I pay so little attention when they make the promises in the first place. I remember what Pat Rabbitte said about election promises and what they were worth …

Dermot Lacey
at 6 December 2017 at 15:54

Liz, What Pat Rabbitte said was that you keep slogans on posters simple and short. He has been consistently misrepresented since.

Maelduin
at 2 May 2018 at 09:58

Are cycling facilities in there? Can’t spot (ahem) them.

As for Pat Rabbitte, here’s the context – [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y… "")

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