Fri, Jun 10, 2022
The Fruit and Vegetable Market is a beautiful landmark building in the North Inner City. It can and should be a hub for retail, culture and community usage and breathe vibrancy and life into the surrounding area. Instead it has been left derelict for far too long.
Mon, Apr 25, 2022
After a very successful trial last summer and huge support from the public, residents and many local businesses, I am delighted to see plans to progress the removal of traffic from Capel Street.
Wed, Apr 20, 2022
I recently requested an update on the works being carried out in Sean McDermott Street swimming pool and an update on the timelines for the delivery of the programme of works.
Wed, Feb 16, 2022
The Council have brought forward their preliminary plans for traffic management on Capel Street. I'm looking for your ideas, thoughts and feedback so please get in touch and let me know what you think.
Thu, Feb 3, 2022
Public Consultation is open for the Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028 until February 14th at 4:30 p.m. The Development Plan sets out policies and objectives to guide how and where development will take place in the city over the lifetime of the Plan. This is an important opportunity to set out a path for climate action for Dublin to ensure that we reduce our emissions and put us on the path to a thriving, sustainable city by 2028.
Mon, Jan 24, 2022
The Department of Transport has allocated over €52 million to walking and cycling projects in Dublin City Council to be developed in 2022. This funding will help support more and more people to move around the city safely and sustainably.
Thu, Jan 20, 2022
The NTA put their draft Greater Dublin Area Transport Strategy out to consultation over Winter 2022. There are many aspects of the strategy to be welcomed, including a shift from congestion management focus to emissions reduction focus. However, overall the strategy remain under ambitious in the context of the climate crisis and the travel needs of Dubliners. Below is my submission, in collaboration with Councillor Darcy Lonergan and Deputy Neasa Hourigan.