“An independent valuation assessment supported the HSE’s offer which was subsequently ratified by the HSE’s approval process,” an HSE spokesperson said.
Author Archives: Sam Tranum
Councillors learn, with surprise, who’s behind the ugly tarmac blobs dotting the city’s streets
At two recent meetings of the council’s South East Area Committee, councillors dug into the issue.
Survey documents 181 examples of red-light breaking, and zero enforcement
Gardaí didn’t respond to queries on where they were. Dublin City Council said it would be happy to help roll-out a system of red-light cameras.
Come join us for a pub quiz!
It will be at The Circular in Rialto on Thursday 13 April from 7.30pm. There will be prizes for the winning team, and a mid-quiz raffle.
Dublin Bus is still short of drivers, and its services – and passengers – continue to suffer as a result
The company says it’s working hard to recruit new drivers. But two drivers and a union rep say the problem isn’t hiring them, it’s keeping them.
Council Has “No Interest” in Plan for New Library Proposed as Part of Crumlin Shopping Centre Redevelopment
Dublin City Council is already working on a plan for a new library just up the road.
Along the Grand Canal, the Council Is Moving Forward with Changes to Make It Safer to Cycle and Walk
Improvements along a 3.8km stretch from Suir Road to Leeson Street are scheduled to be done by the end of this year.
Vacancy watch: a row of derelict buildings at the entrance to St James’s Hospital has a new owner
Over 25 years, the buildings have emptied and crumbled.
Plans for Enhancing Sandymount’s Flood Defences Delayed by Years
“People are worried,” says David Turner, chair of the Sandymount and Merrion Residents Association. “If you continue working on the design forever and never get started, the risk just increases.”
Most Plastic Packaging Ends Up Burned, Not Recycled
What’s being done to change that?