Thu, Jun 16, 2022
A summary of the planning application for the site at the former Des Kelly showrooms on North Circular Road can be found below. Note this is a new application after a previous application was refused by Dublin City Council in January 2022
Wed, Jun 15, 2022
Neasa raising the exorbitant gas price increases as a result of a district heating system for residents of a Dublin 1 apartment complex.
Mon, Jun 13, 2022
I'm so heartened to see work on a Little Baby Bundle trial commencing in my constituency with the Rotunda Hospital today. The Little Baby Bundle will be filled with a range of key items, including play items to encourage early communication and bonding, household items for help with safe bathing and safe sleep, as well as a range of other items to support new parents after the birth.
Wed, Jun 1, 2022
Neasa joined the First International Summit about the Reduction of Working Time and the Four Day Work-Week, hosted by the Government of the Valencian Region (Generalitat Valenciana) and the Valencian Public Employment and Training Service (LABORA).
Tue, May 17, 2022
I have written to the Minister for Health to ask him to instruct the HSE to meaningfully engage with the Medical Laboratory Scientists Association on the current dispute. This strike will have significant impacts on patients, many of whom have already had to deal with disruptions to their care as a result of COVID and the cyber attack on the HSE. The HSE needs to put a proposal on how to move forward to the Medical Laboratory Scientists Association.
Fri, May 13, 2022
Neasa speaking during Dáil statements on the National Maternity Hospital on Thursday, 12th May.
Wed, Apr 27, 2022
A summary of the Strategic Housing Development planning application to An Bord Pleanála for the old Royal Oak public house site on the Finglas Road can be found below.
Tue, Apr 26, 2022
Neasa Hourigan TD has today published the Citizens’ Assembly on Evidence Informed Drugs Policy from a Harm Reduction Perspective, which proposes a framework for how the upcoming assembly might approach its work. The paper calls for people’s lived experience to be made central to the Citizens’ Assembly. Harm reduction and recovery strategies are most effectively developed in collaboration with those experiencing the impacts of drug use and misuse. By centring the voice of individuals, families and communities experiencing the impacts of drug use the Citizens’ Assembly can seek to tackle structural problems that increase risk of drug problems.