Archive for the category: ‘Temple Bar’

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.

25. 3. 2014

Love the Lanes project – send Cllr Binchy your suggestions

Cllr Kieran Binchy has welcomed the ‘Love the Lanes’ Project, which aims to revitalise the back lanes of Temple Bar. The project is a joint initiative between Temple Bar Company and Dublin City Council to rethink how we use the back lanes of Temple Bar. The goal is to reclaim the lanes of Temple Bar for people to use and […]

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 […]

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 […]

8. 12. 2013

Winter 2013 Dublin 4 and Milltown Newsletter

Cllr. Kieran Binchy has recently dropped this newsletter to residents in Dublin 4 and Milltown to introduce himself as their Fine Gael Councillor, and the Fine Gael candidate in the 2014 local elections. Click on the image to open the newsletter:         NEW ELECTORAL AREA The Pembroke South Dock electoral area combines the old Pembroke Ward (Sandymount, […]

1. 12. 2013

Gully Cleaning Programme – October

  The following is a list of 334 streets in the Dublin South East Area, including Pembroke South Dock, with the number of gullies on the street inspected during the month of October, and the number of gullies cleared.   As we move into winter the need to keep gullies clear is even more important, especially in areas prone to […]

23. 11. 2013

Public Parks Consultation

Are you a regular user of Herbert Park, Sandymount Green, Ringsend Park, Irishtown Nature Reserve, Merrrion Square Park or one of the other public parks in the Pembroke South Dock areas of Dublin 2, Dublin 4, Dublin 6 or Dublin 8?   If so, please let the Council know what you think through this short survey: https://consultation.dublincity.ie/parks/parks-questionnaire/consultation/subpage.2013-08-19.2921058629/view       […]

23. 11. 2013

Busking Bye Laws

Dublin City Council is proposing to regulate busking in the city. While to some this might appear to be a bit heavy-handed, there are a few reasons for regulating busking. There are a lot of complaints about a small number of buskers using powerful amps to blare out their music, to the detriment of the other buskers on a street. […]

23. 11. 2013

Dublinbikes New Subscription Charges December 2013

New subscription charges will help fund dublinbikes expansion Dublin City Council and JCDecaux have announced changes to the cost of dublinbikes membership. The changes take effect from 6th December 2013 and will contribute towards the expansion of the dublinbikes scheme.   The following new charges will apply to subscription renewals and new membership from 6th December: • Long Term membership […]

16. 9. 2013

NOVEMBER 2013 – St. Stephen’s Green Traffic Changes

Dublin City Council has announced a new traffic scheme in the St. Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street area. This will result in less disruption when the utility works for Luas Cross City begin in 2014. The council announced today that work will begin on the St. Stephen’s Green Traffic Management Scheme on 9th September and expects all work to be […]