New developments in the area around North Great George’s Street must now fit with the character of the neighbourhood, says a report to councillors.
Tag: Council Briefs
Council Brief: A Proposed Plaque for Irish Woman Who Tried to Assassinate Mussolini
“It is now time to bring Violet Gibson into the public’s eye and give her rightful place in the history of Irish women,” said independent Councillor Mannix Flynn’s motion to the South East Area Committee on Monday.
Council Briefs: Head of Homeless Services to Retire, Update on Clontarf Cycle Track, and More
The director of Dublin Region Homeless Executive, Eileen Gleeson, is set to retire on Christmas Eve, councillors heard at their most recent monthly meeting.
Council Briefs: On Banishing a Weed-Killer, Rare Architecture, and More
At recent council meetings, councillors backed a plan to cut down further on using glyphosate on weeds, and voted to protect a trio of city-centre buildings.
Council Briefs: On Rent Arrears, Inviting More Diversity and Councillors Working from Home
A little more than €36.6 million is owed to Dublin City Council in social housing rent arrears, says a recent report to the council’s finance committee.
Council Brief: Public Opinion on Proposed Sandymount Cycle Track
Most people who wrote in to Dublin City Council about a possible trial cycle path along Strand Road in Sandymount want the trial to go ahead, says a council report.
Council Briefs: Cycling Projects Update, Potential Masterplan for Land at Ballymount, and Homelessness Task Force
At Monday’s monthly council meeting City Engineer John Flanagan issued a report to councillors about four major cycling projects in the city, and more.
Council Briefs: Local Property Tax, Halloween during Covid-19 and What to Do with Weeds
Dublin city councillors voted on Monday to vary the local property tax downwards by the maximum of 15 percent for 2021, Halloween during Covid-19 and alternative weed solutions.
Council Briefs: Liffey Swimming Pool, Some Councillors Opposed to More Pay, and Kissing Gates
In this month’s South East Area Committee meeting, councillors discussed the proposed Liffey swimming pool, the Moorehead Report, and the use of kissing gates.
Council Briefs: New Secure Bins in Oliver Bond House, a Lack of Motions at Monthly Meetings, Air Quality Since Covid-19 and More
Dublin City Council plans to install new secure storage for rubbish bins at five locations within the Oliver Bond House complex, to discourage illegal dumping,