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  • New measures to tackle litter and dumping in Dublin

    New measures to tackle litter and dumping in Dublin

    One of the main issues that’s often raised with me is illegal dumping. It’s a blight on our streets and has been getting worse in recent years. Here are two things that happened in February 2024 that will help us tackle this: Both of these measures were introduced by my Green Party colleague Minister Ossian…

  • More bus lanes to be made 24hrs

    More bus lanes to be made 24hrs

    Dublin City Council has informed me that they’re planning to increase bus lane operational hours in the area to reduce bus journey times in the evenings and weekends. Most of the bus lanes on Ballymun Road and Finglas Road are planned to be extended to 24hrs. Bus lanes on Mobhi Road and Botanic Road —…

  • Route 99 Phoenix Park Bus

    Route 99 Phoenix Park Bus

    A new shuttle bus route through the Phoenix Park has launched. The number 99 bus will start at Parkgate Street (across the river from Heuston Station) and serve People’s Gardens, Dublin Zoo, Áras an Uachtaráin, the Papal Cross and the Phoenix Park Visitors’ Centre. The route map and the departure timetables are below: Leaving Parkgate…

  • Observation on illegal gate at Hamilton Gardens

    Observation on illegal gate at Hamilton Gardens

    Neasa Hourigan TD and I have made a submission to Dublin City Council regarding an illegally installed gate between Hamilton Gardens and Faussagh Avenue. The Council had already issued an enforcement notice and the owners were told to remove it. The issue was featured in the Business Post recently: Dublin City Council warns landlord to…

  • Free sports equipment at Mount Bernard Park

    Free sports equipment at Mount Bernard Park

    Dublin City Council has installed lockers which allow you to borrow sports equipment for free at Mount Bernard Park. You simply sign up through the BoxUp app and borrow what you want for up to three hours. There are footballs, basketballs, tennis balls and rackets, kettlebells, speedminton etc. Every park in Dublin should have them!…

  • Phoenix Park Draft Parking Strategy Submission

    Phoenix Park Draft Parking Strategy Submission

    Following on from our public meeting on the Phoenix Park Draft Parking Strategy, Cllr. Michael Pidgeon, Cllr. Janet Horner, Neasa Hourigan TD and I made a submission to the public consultation.

  • All residents can vote!

    All residents can vote!

    All residents can vote in Dublin City Council elections. You can register online in just a few minutes at checktheregister.ie! All you need is your Eircode and PPS number. If you don’t know which local authority you live in, you can find out on my map. The new online registration system was launched by my…

  • Some personal news..

    Some personal news..

    In news that will surprise nobody, I’ve decided to run for Dublin City Council (Cabra-Glasnevin) in 2024. After years of trying to affect change from the outside, I believe that Dublin City Council needs more people with a vision and passion for the future of the city.

  • Public meeting: Phoenix Park Draft Parking Strategy

    Public meeting: Phoenix Park Draft Parking Strategy

    I will host a public meeting on the Phoenix Park Draft Parking Strategy on Wednesday 10 May at 7:30pm at the Holy Family Parish Centre, Stoneybatter with Neasa Hourigan TD, Cllr. Janet Horner, and Cllr. Michael Pidgeon. The meeting will also be live-streamed on Zoom. Please click here to register to attend online. Full details…

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