Wed, Jul 15, 2020
There has been a planning application (reference 2848 / 20) submitted to Dublin City Council that would see the Amiens Street entrance to Connolly Station converted into an office building.
Fri, Jul 10, 2020
Speaking today Neasa Hourigan, Finance Spokesperson for the Green Party, expressed disappointment at the OPW’s decision to reopen the perimeter gates to the Phoenix Park and the manner in which that decision was announced.
Thu, Jul 9, 2020
If you didn't get to make the briefing from Hines Ireland today on the developments planned for the Clonliffe College site please find a summary of the key points below. Please note that this is an early stage plan. Lots of positives in the plan but also elements that we feel could be better. The shortage of good quality housing in the city has not gone away so it is incumbent on us all to make sure the best possible use is made of the site.
Thu, Jul 9, 2020
Neasa questioned the Central Bank and NTMA about their responses to the current financial crisis, discussing how Covid-19 is affecting mortgages, consumer protection rights and Irish sovereign green bonds.
Tue, Jul 7, 2020
There is a new housing development planned for the old Smurfit site on Botanic Road. We are holding an online public meeting on 20th July at 7pm to walk though the proposal and to discuss any observations people might have with a view to including those observations on any submission we make to An Bord Pleanála. Details of the development and how to sign up for the online meeting below.
Fri, Jul 3, 2020
Dublin City Council is running a public survey on the future of Street Trading in Moore Street based on the latest report of the Moore Street Advisory Group. It's a simple survey to gauge the public's views on the vision for future Street trading in Moore Street. The survey closes on 8th Jul 2020.
Thu, Jul 2, 2020
Neasa spoke on the Government’s efforts to support Irish businesses, highlighting the need to ensure our support is invested into labour intensive work - particularly when it comes to the building industry - and that the quality of jobs protected remains a central concern.