Mon, Sep 11, 2023
Dublin City Council is developing the latest version of its Parks and Landscape Strategy.
Thu, Sep 7, 2023
Neasa Hourigan TD Dublin Central and Cllr. Janet Horner called today for matched funding of €10 million for Dublin’s Inner City in response to the publication of Local Community Safety Partnerships Community Safety Plan Minister by Justice Helen McEntee and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohue.
Mon, Aug 21, 2023
Lack of competition, unregulated ATMs, IT failures, apps offering crypto trading, it all points to the need for a vision for the banking sector. Neasa recently outlined her thoughts on Ireland's banking duopoly in the below op-ed.
Wed, Jul 5, 2023
Neasa recently attended the Consultative Forum on International Security Policy, the purpose of which was to discuss Ireland’s foreign and security policy. Neasa has many reservations about this process played out, which she has outlined below in her submission to the Forum, and which includes her perspective on what the future of Ireland's security policy should look like and what a fuller conversation about it would include.
Mon, Jul 3, 2023
In her submission to the Citizens’ Assembly on Drugs Use, Neasa has argued for the need an evidence-based drug use policy that comes from a position of harm reduction and places people and communities at the heart of policy.
Thu, Jun 8, 2023
On Monday 19th June at 8pm Cllr Donna Cooney, Area Rep Feljin Jose and Cllr. Janet Horner and I will host a meeting at Maples House Hotel (and online) on the BusConnects Swords Scheme currently before An Bord Pleanála.
Fri, Jun 2, 2023
One of the key recommendations of the Phoenix Park Transport & Options Mobility Study (2021) is the development and implementation of a Parking Strategy. The OPW have recently sought to engage the public through a consultation on this Draft Parking Strategy. You can find a draft version of the Parking Strategy below, as well Neasa's contribution to the public consultation.