“I am conscious of the fact that delivery under previous Capital Programmes over recent years has been disappointing,” said the council Chief Executive Owen Keegan, in the report.
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In Cabra, Filling Station’s “Las Vegas Lighting” Is Ruining the Neighbourhood, Residents Say
The council has issued an enforcement notice, indicating that what the owners built isn’t what they got permission for.
Dublin’s New Street Lights Save on Energy But Add Some Glare
Dimmers or shades or tweaking the angle could help, say some residents.
On Bachelors Walk, Some Question the Suitability of LED Advertisements
Number 34 Bachelors Walk is on the record of protected structures in Dublin, and the owner of a big red LED sign there does not have planning permission for it.
Council Briefs: Measuring Whether the Council Is Working Well, and the Clontarf Sea Wall
On Monday evening, Chief Executive Owen Keegan presented councillors with the targets by which the council will measure whether it’s doing a good job delivering services.
City Council to Consider Plans to Address Climate Change
The council will soon consider two new climate-change strategy documents, and councillors have a host of energy-conservation and transport-transformation ideas.
Frank: We Need to Talk About Grafton Street
Even though Grafton Street has been finished for three months, there has been very little comment on whether it’s good, bad or indifferent.