A developer has applied for planning permission to demolish the building now hosting the Jamestown Market, and build 128 apartments.
The new routes, part of BusConnects, aren’t yet along separated bus lanes, and traffic is making buses less dependable and slower.
“Why shouldn’t we be able to bring a story about romance, dramas, thrillers? Why does it always have to be violence?”
They used to be able to use the pool for €20 a year. Now they’re looking at €180 a year.
At a recent meeting of the South Central Area Committee, these were among the issues discussed – along with traffic in the Tenters/South Circular Road area.
Dublin City Council has been doing general upkeep of the Kilmainham Mills site and set up a group to look at its future, councillors learnt recently.
Opening a new social cafe in Ballyfermot, the controversial demolition of a house on O’Donovan Road, and the appropriateness of allowing more student housing in the Liberties were among the issues councillors discussed at a recent meeting.
The site has been sold to an unknown buyer, the brothers have been moved out, and the school is due to close in June. What then? local residents and councillors worry. Will it sit vacant for years?
Independent Councillor Vincent Jackson says he has been pushing for a refundable deposit scheme since 1995, but that the response from government to him has been that it “doesn’t suit”.
“It was awesome,” said Alex Traynor, aged nine. He couldn’t rate the performance, he said because “there is not a number big enough”.