It is up to the government to intervene to make sure an agreement for 900 social and affordable housing units in Poolbeg doesn’t unravel, said Dublin City Council Chief Executive Owen Keegan.
Council Briefs: Covanta, Affordable Housing, and Tea Rooms
Here is some of what Dublin city councillors discussed at their meetings this week.
Poolbeg: Is the Community Being Short-Changed by €5 million?
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.
Poolbeg Community Fund Gets Chairman for Usual Price
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.
For Some Councillors, the Poolbeg Struggle Struggles On
Councillors voted against the Poolbeg energy project. The executive ignored them. What now?
Poolbeg and Joe McCarthy’s €5 Million Question
Sandymount resident Joe McCarthy keeps asking the same question: three percent of what? He thinks the answer could be worth nearly €5 million.