€292.2m for Social Housing in Dublin City

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I’m delighted to see that Labour Minister Alan Kelly has put the money in place so 3,347 social housing units will be built in Dublin City by 2017. This should reduce the housing list by 21%. With the current crisis going on, these houses are very welcome. Not only in getting people homes, but also …

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Clontarf Update February 2015

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Please see attached below an update leaflet that should be making its way into your post boxes during the next week. It features many exciting events that my colleague Aodhán Ó Ríordáin TD and I have organised in the near future in the near future around Clontarf. If you have any questions about these please don’t be …

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12 Tips of Christmas from An Garda Siochana

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Here are some handy tips from the Gardai on safety this Christmas. Please feel free to share this with anyone who you feel would benefit from this. If you have any another queries about having a safe Christmas or are looking for some more seasonal safety tips. please don’t hesitate to get in touch, or …

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Recycling Arrangements for Christmas

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Below are the Christmas Opening hours for the Shamrock Terrace Recycling Centre on the North Strand   RECYCLING CENTRE OPENING TIMES   Shamrock Terrace Recycling Centre, North Strand, Dublin 3   Closed Open Opening Hours Thurs 25th Dec 2014 Wed 24th Dec 2014 10am – 4pm Fri 26th Dec 2014 Sat 27th Dec 2014 10am …

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Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022

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http://dublincitydevelopmentplan.ie/ What type of development do you think should be encouraged in the city? What is the maximum height of buildings you think should be allowed? Do you think we should have more green space? How should we go about using vacant buildings? How can we support creativity in the city?These are among the issues …

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