Sharing its vision so far for the Player Wills and Bailey Gibson sites was a welcome first step, said one councillor. “But the devil will be in the details.”
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Council Briefs: Inchicore Library Revamp, Chapelizod Housing and More
At a recent meeting, councillors discussed a €2 million plan to improve the library, and plans for a social-housing scheme in Chapelizod and a build-to-rent apartment scheme on the Naas Road.
Council Misses Out on Central Government Grants to Repair Kilmainham Mills
Council officials said they weren’t sure why they’d been refused, but that they’ll press ahead with restoration works using money from council coffers.
What Some LE19 Candidates Say They’ll Do to Improve City Parks and Greenery
Some said they wanted a community-led approach to green spaces. Others said some parks were underused and could be reimagined for broader range of residents.
Council Briefs: Moving to the Country, and Log Cabins Again
At Monday’s monthly meeting, councillors voted down the idea of relaxing rules around homes in back gardens, and railed against recent building heights changes.
Marrowbone Lane Site: Rezoned, but Sporting Liberties Still Pushing for Different Vision
They want 334 homes on the land, rather than 100 homes.
Some Local Politicians Commit to Anti-Racism Pledge Ahead of Election Campaigns
Activist organization United Against Racism has launched a pledge inviting politicians to commit to rejecting racism in this year’s local and European elections.
Residents and Councillors Fight for Different Visions for Marrowbone Lane
Council officials want to press ahead with plans for a big depot at Marrowbone Lane – and have started the process. Some councillors and residents are resisting.
DublinBikes Scheme May See Drop in Members, Warns Council Report
With sign-ups to the public DublinBikes scheme and the expansion of its network both stalled, will private stationless bike-hire scheme BleeperBike move in to fill the gaps?
Some Councillors Cool to Idea of Private Homes on Public Land
Most councillors voted against looking at changing direction with the council’s flagship housing projects on Monday. But there was more support for a rethink than before.