Wed, Jan 1, 2020
Turnout in the 2016 General Election was 52.4% in Dublin Central (65.1% nationally). In effect, just half of the voters in Dublin Central decide who represents Dublin Central in Dáil Éireann. If you are not registered or have recently changed address fill out the form below we will get the required forms and instructions to enable you to cast your vote in Dublin Central in the next General Election. Obviously, if you want Green, we would encourage you to vote Green. How you vote however is up to you.
Mon, Dec 16, 2019
In May we organised a petition around our Visitors Experience submission to the Office of Public Works (OPW) regarding its plans to redevelop the Phoenix Park . The OPW has now published their Analysis of the Submission Received document .
Mon, Dec 9, 2019
The Green Party has called for the reinstatement of an 80% ‘windfall tax’ on lands rezoned for housing purposes. It has warned that the State could lose out on over €1bn in revenue if it fails to take action. The call comes as a new report prepared by Dublin City Council suggests that 325 hectares of industrial lands in Dublin’s inner suburbs may be rezoned to allow for housing.
Sat, Nov 30, 2019
Neasa will be holding a Constituency Clinic on Thursday 5th December from 10:00 to 11:30 in Restaurant 104 at 104 Drumcondra Rd Upper.. Come down for a chat if there are any council or broader issues you would to discuss with Neasa.
Sat, Nov 9, 2019
Neasa will be holding a Constituency Clinic on Friday 15th November from 10:30 to 12:00 in the Woodstock Cafe in Phibsborough. Come down for a chat if there are any council issues you would to discuss with Neasa.
Thu, Oct 10, 2019
Want to see your next Green Party TD in action behind the decks? Look no further. The Dublin Central Greens are spinning records in The Big Romance on October 29th to raise the money we need to get Neasa Hourigan elected to Dáil Éireann in the upcoming election. Come down to join us for some chats, some fun - and to help us raise the money we need to hit the ground running in the next election.
Fri, Sep 13, 2019
Newly appointed Green Party Finance Spokesperson Neasa Hourigan has today called on the government to ensure this year’s budget is one focused on climate action, social equality and futureproof the economy.
Sat, Aug 31, 2019
Streets Are For People is an event series organised by a number of advocacy groups to take back our streets. The effort is supported by members of the Dublin Central Green Party branch (including Cllr. Neasa Hourigan and Cllr. Janet Horner). We all want our public spaces to be cleaner, healthier and more people-friendly and are willing to take action to make that happen.