Archive for the category: ‘Sandymount’

9. 5. 2014

Kieran Binchy – working to make Sandymount and Bath Avenue a better place for you

Councillor Kieran Binchy has represented Sandymount and Bath Avenue on Dublin City Council since 2011. He has consistently worked alongside local residents’ associations to make Sandymount and Bath Avenue a better place for residents, supporting traffic calming, sensible planning and protecting local amenities.

20. 4. 2014

VIDEO – Binchy presents his vision for a better Dublin at his public meeting

  Pembroke South Dock candidate, Councillor Kieran Binchy would like to thank everyone who attended his public meeting, with guest speakers former Taoiseach John Bruton and Eoghan Murphy TD. Councillor Binchy informed the meeting of the main local issues he has been working on since becoming a councillor in 2011. These include opening up the marina in the Docklands as […]

19. 4. 2014

Register to vote before the 6th of May, Binchy urges Dublin residents

Cllr Kieran Binchy is calling on any Dublin resident who is eligible to vote in the upcoming local elections but who has not yet registered, to ensure they are added to the supplementary register.   “There is still time to get your name on the supplementary register if you are not already registered to vote. You can easily check if you’re registered […]

14. 4. 2014

Binchy tackles speeding on Strand Road

Councillor Kieran Binchy is committed to reducing speeding on Strand Road, Sandymount, in the interests of the safety of residents, walkers and cyclists.     Cllr Binchy – a Fine Gael candidate for Pembroke South Dock in the forthcoming local elections – recently proposed a motion (together with two fellow councillors) to Dublin City Council recommending that the €11,000 made […]

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:

8. 4. 2014

Binchy welcomes flood defence data insurance initiative

Councillor Kieran Binchy has welcomed the announcement that the Office of Public Works will share flood defence data with Insurance Ireland. The OPW will provide Insurance Ireland with data on all completed OPW flood defence schemes; insurers will take this information into account when assessing exposure to flood risk within these areas, from 1 June 2014.

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

28 January 2014 – DUBLIN HIGH TIDE ALERT

Dublin City Council has today (28th January 2014) announced that a series of very high tides is due to occur starting this coming Friday, January 31st., continuing over the weekend.   The sandbags which were put in place for the January high tides will remain in place at Clontarf. Public carparks in Sandymount and Clontarf will be closed from Friday. […]