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Patrick Costello TD at D8 Live

As a brief eternity of remote and physically distanced meetings nears its end, our elected representatives are delighted to finally be getting back out to meet and mix with Dublin’s voters in person. At 8pm this Thursday evening, 30 September, … Continue reading

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The Future of Public and Community Banking: Public Meeting with Neasa Hourigan TD, David McAuley (Donore CU) and Philip Kelly (Ballyfermot Inchicore CU)

The withdrawal of Ulster Bank from Ireland and the decision by Bank of Ireland to close many of its branches will mean that many communities and small businesses might now be left without local banks. Post offices and credit unions … Continue reading

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Public Meeting: Phoenix Park Transport and Mobility Options Study

The Phoenix Park As the green lung of our city, The Phoenix Park is a fantastic amenity for hundreds of thousands of people who live nearby. When the pandemic hit last year, Dubliners realised how much we needed this natural … Continue reading

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Dublin City Development Plan: Public Meeting with Patrick Costello TD

Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028 The Dublin City development plan sets out the framework within which the council will work in the coming years. It covers housing, business and retail, transport, parks, waterways, sports and recreation. All decisions made by … Continue reading

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Dublin City Development Plan: Public Meeting with Ciarán Cuffe MEP

Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028 The Dublin City development plan sets out the framework within which the council will work in the coming years. It covers housing, business and retail, transport, parks, waterways, sports and recreation. All decisions made by … Continue reading

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As 2021 begins…

…we reflect on 2020, a year in which the COVID-19 pandemic brought immense change to the lives and livelihoods of everyone in our constituency, the effects of which are still being acutely felt as Ireland enters a third lockdown. Believe … Continue reading

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