Have your say on the future of Temple Bar

Councillor Kieran Binchy is urging you to present your vision for the future of Temple Bar.

Dublin City Council is inviting anyone who lives, works or has an interest in Temple Bar to have their say. The council is conducting a wide-ranging programme of consultation that will include a round-table discussion (a world cafe event), an online consultation forum, direct interviews and a social media campaign.

TempleBarThe online consultation will be open from 7th May until 30th May. The world café event is scheduled for Tuesday 20th May from 4pm to 7pm in the Rotunda, City Hall.

Temple Bar councillor Binchy, who is on the board of the Temple Bar Cultural Trust, which has recently transferred responsibility for the continuing development and stewardship of Temple Bar to the Council, said: “I hope that anyone with an interest in Temple Bar takes this unique opportunity to have a direct influence in the future of the area, which is so important to this city.”


Pembroke South Dock

Kieran, a Fine Gael candidate for Pembroke South Dock in the upcoming local elections, added: “We are hoping, through this consultation process, to gain insight into people’s aspirations for Temple Bar, to identify opportunities for the area and to better understand what we must address as our priorities.”

Councillor Kieran Binchy Pembroke South DockAdmission is to the round-table discussion is free but booking is essential; please email imaginetemplebar@dublincity.ie
Places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.

Share your thoughts online at https://consultation.dublincity.ie/projects/imagine-temple-bar