Archive for the category: ‘Donnybrook’

16. 4. 2014

Binchy fights for road safety at Leonard’s Corner and on Belmont Avenue

Following concern from residents and pedestrians, Councillor Kieran Binchy is lobbying for two new proposed pedestrian crossings at Leonard’s Corner and improved road safety on Belmont Avenue. Councillor Binchy – a Fine Gael candidate for Portobello and Donnybrook (Pembroke South Dock) in the upcoming Dublin City Council elections – has been reassured that the Sustainable Transport Unit is carrying out […]

11. 4. 2014

Binchy listens to your concerns – and gets results

Cllr Kieran Binchy is committed to addressing your concerns at a neighbourhood, local or city-wide level. If you have a problem that needs fixing, a query you want answered or an issue you want raised, please contact Cllr Binchy (details on home page). These are some of the issues the Pembroke South Dock candidate has tackled in recent weeks:

7. 4. 2014

Have your say at Binchy’s public meeting, with John Bruton

Cllr Kieran Binchy invites you to have your say at the public meeting he is hosting at 8pm on Tuesday, April 15 at the Hampton Hotel in Donnybrook. The guest speakers will be former Taoiseach John Bruton, Deputy Eoghan Murphy, and Cllr Binchy.  

25. 3. 2014

Dublin community groups to benefit from Public Area Enhancement Scheme

€105,000 for Dublin City Council   Cllr Kieran Binchy has welcomed the announcement of €105,000 in funding to Dublin City Council to support community groups to enhance their areas. The funding comes as part of a €3 million Public Area Enhancement Scheme announced by Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan TD.

3. 3. 2014

Bin collection simplified by new Dublin City Council Bye-Laws

Cllr. Kieran Binchy has welcomed the news that Dublin City Council has finally passed bye-laws controlling the days on which waste collection companies can collect the bins from households of the city. This is aimed at putting an end to the free-for-all regime under which each bin collector was collecting on different days from the same street, so that you […]

29. 1. 2014

HIGH TIDE ALERT 29th January 2014

A series of very high tides is due to occur starting this Friday- January 31st, continuing over the weekend until Monday, February 3rd. Early indications are that the tides due at 11.30 am on Friday and at 12.18pm on Saturday will be particularly high. An accurate forecast of the high tide level for Friday should be available tomorrow morning.   […]

28. 1. 2014

Dublin City Council Report on High Tide and Flooding – January 2014

As part of the Emergency Flood Plan, DCC has established a Flood Assessment Group (FLAG) that convenes on foot of weather alerts or if there is an increased possibility of flooding arising from the occurrence of predicted high Astronomical Tides or heavy rainfall. The FLAG comprises engineering staff from the operations and maintenance and flood defence sections. They assess the […]

28. 1. 2014

Donnybrook Beaver Row Footbridge

Councillor Kieran Binchy is delighted to be informed by Minister Leo Varadkar that the Department of Transport has allocated €300,00 for rehabilitation works in 2014 on the Dodder Footbridge in Donnybrook, Dublin 4. Cllr. Binchy is now seeking a confirmed timetable for the much-needed works.

21. 1. 2014

2014 Sports Capital Grants

The 2014 Sports Capital Programme has opened for applications. All sports clubs and organisations should register as soon as possible to be in with a chance of accessing the €40 million in funding available.   It’s vital for clubs and groups applying for the 2014 scheme to get registered immediately and start filling out the online form now to give […]

14. 1. 2014

Upgrading works to Herbert Park

LAW: Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given of the proposed development by Dublin City Council. Upgrading of the tennis/bowling pavilion including provision of tearooms and toilets with outdoor seating area in Herbert Park, Dublin 4. Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given of the proposed development by Dublin City Council. The […]