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.
In meetings, councillors discussed progress on housing and designs for a park near Christchurch, and quizzed the company behind the Poolbeg waste-to-energy incinerator.
At their last monthly meeting of the year, councillors approved by-laws for speed limits, sold some Priory Hall flats, and debated swallowing part of Fingal.
How can we know if the bin-charge price freezes will lead to the losses the waste companies claim they will, when company accounts are so opaque?
Here are a few of the key issues discussed at Dublin City Council’s monthly meeting on Monday, and who said what.
Will you have to recycle? How does it work for apartments? And what about the little waste collectors? Some questions answered.
Dublin City Council had its monthly meeting Monday. Here’s what happened with some of the issues we’ve been following.
After a bust-up over how much should be in a community gain fund for Sandymount, Ringsend and Irishtown, councillors voted to ask An Bord Pleanala.
Dublin City Council has chosen a chair to oversee the millions of euro in a community gain fund for those living near the Poolbeg incinerator.
Councillors voted against the Poolbeg energy project. The executive ignored them. What now?