Neasa Hourigan is the Green Party TD for Dublin Central (formally councillor for Cabra-Glasnevin). Neasa is Green Party Finance & Health Spokesperson and Chair of Policy Council. She has a professional background as a specialist in creating sustainable communities and was a university lecturer in environmental development and design. She and her family have lived in Cabra, Dublin 7 for 15 years.
Thu, Feb 29, 2024
Constituents have raised concerns to me about the delays on Griffith Avenue at the junction of Griffith Avenue and Drumcondra Road Upper. Concerns were also raised about overtaking to reach the filter lanes. I've been in touch with Dublin City Council's Traffic Department about this issue and it's response is below.
Sun, Feb 25, 2024
Telecom providers (e.g. Vodafone, Eir, and Three ) have moved to a pricing model that includes an increase during the contract term based on the change in Consumer Price Index (“CPI”). I do not think this is in the best interests of the consumers and have been pushing on ComReg and the the Department of Communications to see whether this practice can be regulated.
Wed, Feb 21, 2024
Dublin City Council presented an overview of The Stanley Street Proposed Development on 15th February at the Macro Centre on North King Street from 4pm to 7pm.
Fri, Feb 16, 2024
The Sexual Offences Act 2017 made paying for sexual services a criminal offence. Under this law it is not an offence to receive money in exchange for sexual services. However, it is against the law to advertise such services and to work in cooperation with other sex workers.