Archive for the category: ‘Blackhorse Avenue’

O’Devaney Gardens redevelopment – Progress Report

17th November, 2020

In July 2018, I, along with the Housing Minister, local Councillor Ray McAdam and others, marked the turning of sod in O’Devaney Gardens which......

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3rd round of public consultation for the 16 Core Bus Corridors of BusConnects Dublin

4th November, 2020

Today, the National Transport Authority (NTA) announced details of the third round of public consultation, of Preferred Route Options for the 16 Core Bus......

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O’DEVANEY GARDENS REGENERATION MOVES FORWARD

11th April, 2017

  WHAT TYPE OF REDEVELOPMENT IS BEING ADVANCED? As Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform, I approved funding last December of €17.8m to enable the......

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Cabra update: New planning application at Hanlon’s Corner

19th June, 2015

New planning application at Hanlon’s Corner   An application for planning permission has been lodged by LIDL Ireland to build a new supermarket and......

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Free Electrical Recycling Day, Saturday 28th June

26th June, 2014

Details of a free recycling day at the Hole in the Wall Pub carpark on Blackhorse Avenue and at the Grangegorman Bring Centre this Saturday,......

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Blackhorse Avenue District Update

19th April, 2014

DePAUL SWIMMING POOL – CONSTRUCTION WORK TO ADVANCE The Daughters of Charity are now able to access approved funding from the Department of Transport,......

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SMALL AREA POLICING UPDATE & OPERATION SPIRE CONTINUES

11th April, 2014

On Wednesday morning, I met Chief Superintendent to discuss the success of the Small Area Policing plan that his team has rolled out across......

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BLACKHORSE AVENUE UPDATE

6th July, 2013

PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT WORKS ON BLACKHORSE AVENUE Dublin City Council will be undertaking a series of improvement works along Blackhorse Avenue. A Part VIII planning......

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EU STABILITY TREATY REFERENDUM

6th May, 2012

This referendum presents you with an important decision. Jobs and economic recovery in Ireland depend on European countries working together to overcome the Eurozone......

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