In Newmarket, a developer has sought permission for 413 build-to-rent apartments, councillors discuss a proposed cycling and walking bridge, and Merrion Strand fails another water test.
Tag: Council Briefs
Council Briefs: Making Harold’s Cross “Age-Friendly”, Beach Pollution, and Dead Swans
At a recent meeting of Dublin City Council’s South East Area Committee, these were among the issues that councillors for the local area discussed.
Council Briefs: The Liffey Cycle Route, BusConnects, and Naming the Children’s Hospital
Dublin City Councillors want the new children’s hospital to be named after Dr Kathleen Lynn – and more of what they talked about in this month’s meeting at City Hall.
Council Briefs: Calmer Neighbourhood Traffic and Planning for Euro 2020
At a meeting of their South-East Area Committee, councillors talked about plans to calm neighbourhood traffic, how people might get around during Euro 2020, and more.
Council Brief: New Green Party Councillor Co-opted
Janet Horner took over the north inner-city seat vacated by the Green Party’s Ciarán Cuffe, who has left to serve in the European Parliament.
Council Briefs: On Adding More Greenery in Stoneybatter, and Social Housing
Councillors in the Central Area met on Tuesday and talked, among other things, about plans to ask those in Stoneybatter where they’d like more plants and greenery.
Council Briefs: On Council-Run Waste Collection and Feeding the Poolbeg Incinerator
Among other topics, councillors at Monday’s monthly meeting voted to set up a working group to plot a route to bringing waste services back under the council’s control.
Council Briefs: New Traveller Accommodation, Affordable Housing Priorities, and Insulating Council Homes
At their June monthly meeting, Dublin city councillors discussed plans for building new Traveller accommodation in the coming years, insulating council-owned homes, and more.
Council Briefs: Weaver Square Allotments, Plans for Cherry Orchard, and Traffic in Rathmines
Councillors discussed the fate of allotment holders pushed out of Weaver Square, plans for developing Cherry Orchard, and results of a traffic-calming experiment.
Council Briefs: Leasing not Buying Social Housing, the Future of Tailors’ Hall, and More
What social housing will Dublin City Council get from big build-to-rent schemes that happen in the city? And other council matters from this month’s full meeting.