But they would want, they said, to add a set-back storey on top of one of the proposed apartment blocks on the site, which locals have already said are too tall.
Tag: community centres
Council Briefs: Improving the Streets in “Grafton Quarter”, Making Fishamble Street One-Way, and Opinions on a Tourist Hostel in Crumlin
These were some of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at a meeting of their South East Area Committee on Monday.
Across the City, Residents Battle Plans to Demolish Their Community and Recreational Spaces
While the plans often are to develop urgently needed new housing, residents say existing community and recreational spaces are also needed.
A Year After the Donore Community Centre Burned, Locals Gather to Demand Council Move Faster to Reopen It
“It’s our only community facility in the area,” said Joan Hughes, “and it provides so many services to the community, not just for the children, but for the elderly.”
In Crumlin, Community Groups Are Seeking Spaces and 146 Sundrive Road Might Offer a Solution
Since 1934, the council has leased the property out for £20 a year, or the equivalent in euro, on the condition that it be put to “community use”.
The Old Fire Station in Dorset Street, Where Model Railways Are Made – for Now
The Model Railway Society of Ireland is looking for a new headquarters, as it is set to be displaced by a council plan to build 163 new homes.
A Treasure Hunt Seeks to Tempt Ranelaghans Down Neighbourhood Lanes
“People don’t know how unusual our laneways are, to have them still and how different they are from the public areas,” says Emer O’Siochru.
After Long Delay, Stoneybatter Community Centre Finally Set to Open, Council Says
For nine months after the official launch of the refurbished seniors’ centre at St Bricin’s Park, it remained closed. Councillors want to know what caused the long delay.
A Promised Community Hub on Rutland Street Looks Close – But There Are Fears About Funding
Plans to redevelop Rutland Street School were announced in 2016, as part of the package for the north-east inner-city. Some worry not all the money is there yet to do make it happen.
As the South Inner-City Changes, Some Community Organisations Are Struggling to Find Space
Solas, a youth project in the Liberties, is currently scattered across three different buildings that aren’t suitable, says CEO Eddie D’Arcy.