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#Dublin City Council

# dublin-city-council - Today’s News

Future of College Green: Council CEO says gradual changes will lead to 'completely traffic-free area'

Dubin City Council’s plans for a pedestrianised plaza were rejected in October.

# dublin-city-council - Yesterday’s News

Council wants large-scale art project to mark Euro 2020 games. Here's what Germany did

Dublin City Council wants a “city spectacular”, a “legacy arts project” and street entertainers to mark the hosting of Euro 2020 games.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 19 November, 2018

Ten Irish novels in contention for €100,000 Dublin Literary Award, the world's most valuable annual fiction prize

141 works by authors from 41 different countries were nominated for the 2019 award.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 17 November, 2018

FactCheck: Are two Herbert Simms flat complexes in Dublin to be demolished?

There has been commentary online about plans for Pearse House and Markievicz House to be demolished – but are they set to be knocked down?

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 14 November, 2018

Dublin city councillors to vote on extending pedestrian 'green man' time

Green Party councilor Ciarán Cuffe says that the increase would benefit the elderly.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 13 November, 2018

Dublin City Council is going to spend €1.6 million to remove chewing gum

There’s a litter fine of €150 for those who throw chewing gum on the ground.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 10 November, 2018

The Little Museum of Dublin is on the move... to the building next door

The Little Museum of Dublin was established in 2011 and since then has become a popular tourist destination.

# dublin-city-council - Thursday 8 November, 2018

Just four dog poo fines were issued in Dublin City so far this year

Out of the four fines issued this year, just one was paid.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 5 November, 2018

Iconic Dublin buildings and city streets to light up for 30 nights over Christmas

The city will be lit up with Christmas lights on city streets and building projections between sunset and 2am each night.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 20 October, 2018

Dublin City Council plotting €200 million funding for 'below market rent' apartment blocks

The proposed initial site for the Cost Rental Residential Project would be in Ballymun.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 17 October, 2018

Potential conflict between cyclists and pedestrians cited as College Green plaza plans rejected

The plans have been the subject of heated debate for some time.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 16 October, 2018

Families 'could end up on streets' as council takes over emergency service from homeless charity

The phone line was previously run by Focus Ireland – now families will have to call the general rough sleeper line after hours.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 13 October, 2018

Dublin City Council has 'no plan' to redevelop former Magdalene Laundry site

Social Democrat councillor Gary Gannon says he does.

# dublin-city-council - Thursday 11 October, 2018

GAA to buy former seminary beside Croke Park from Dublin Archdiocese

The building and its adjoining land, which date from the 19th century, are to be sold for the development of housing, hotel and sports facilities.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 10 October, 2018

Dublin City Council blames 'rodent infestation' on warm weather rat breeding

The council says it’s a Europe wide problem this year.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 6 October, 2018

Plans afoot to construct new bridges in Dublin alongside iconic Royal Canal structures

The new bridges, one for walkers and one for cyclists, will run adjacent to the existing steel rolling Scherzer bridge on Spencer Dock.

Contractor was asked to install papal road markings in Dublin for free over concerns about cost

The markings were located at the Capuchin Day Centre and read: “Welcome Pope Francis” and “Fáilte a Phapa Prionsias”.

# dublin-city-council - Friday 5 October, 2018

'You feel like you have no life left': Teenager living in hotel speaks about daily struggle of being homeless

‘Amanda’, one of more than 9,500 homeless people in Ireland, gave a candid interview on RTÉ Radio 1.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 2 October, 2018

Council to spend nearly €3 million on fanzones for four Euro 2020 games to be played in Dublin

The quadrennial UEFA football showcase is bringing three group matches and a round-of-16 knockout tie to Dublin in June 2020.

# dublin-city-council - Sunday 30 September, 2018

'It could jeopardise the brand': Salad chain Chopped faces closure of Grafton Street outlet

Both the council and national planning authority said the store is in breach of planning laws.

# dublin-city-council - Sunday 23 September, 2018

An 11-year wait for windows: How Dublin tenants are left waiting years for repairs

Dublin City Council residents described years of waiting for repairs, repeated phone calls and ineffectual visits from council staff.

Dublin City Council to spend €360,000 on Christmas trees - that's about €600 per tree

The council has put out to tender for 150 trees a year to be delivered until 2021.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 22 September, 2018

More homeless families living in hotels, despite Government claim that hubs are 'best response' to crisis

More families are continuing to live in hotels a year after the government pledged to end the practice.

Plans afoot to build giant mural at Aviva Stadium to dissuade graffiti artists

Planning permission is sought or a mural to ‘discourage unlawful graffiti’ and make a ‘positive contribution’ to the locality.

# dublin-city-council - Friday 21 September, 2018

A driverless public transport vehicle is to take to the streets of Dublin for the first time today

The EZ10 electric vehicle will run along a route of nearly one kilometre.

# dublin-city-council - Thursday 20 September, 2018

Free sanitary products to be provided in DCC community centres and libraries

Despite being essential, sanitary products are often priced as if they are luxury goods.

# dublin-city-council - Thursday 13 September, 2018

Council votes to block sale of Magdalene Laundry in Dublin's north inner city to hotel chain

Councillor Gary Gannon said the site can now become a place of “remembrance and learning”.

'An insult to the office of President': Dublin councillors not at all happy with standard of today's presentations

The council voted not to back any of the hopefuls who addressed them today.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 11 September, 2018

Dublin City Council says sale of former Magdalene Laundry site is 'chance of a lifetime'

Objections have been raised to the proposed sale of the site to a Japanese hotel chain.

More 30km/h zones planned for Dublin after public 'strongly' backs €235,000 proposals

Councillors could vote on expanding 30km/h zones across the city after the public overwhelmingly.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 10 September, 2018

Dublin City Council to pay €45m to fund proposed Parnell Square library

That amounts to just under half of the estimated cost for the Cultural Quarter.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 5 September, 2018

Dublin City Council issues €1bn tender for factory-built homes in effort to reduce social housing list

The council has plans to construct around 1,000 rapid-build homes at different locations throughout the city.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 4 September, 2018

DCC's deal for new clamping contractors includes €150 fine every time a driver successfully appeals Exclusive

The council is seeking a “close” relationship with a new clamping contractor in a deal worth €45 million.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 3 September, 2018

Over 9,500 people sign petition to block sale of former Dublin Magdalene Laundry

A vote on whether to sell the Sean McDermott Street Magdalene Laundry to a Japanese hotel chain has been adjourned.

# dublin-city-council - Sunday 2 September, 2018

Residents worried about 'high-speed cyclists' on parking protected cycle lanes in Dublin city Fitzwilliam Cycle Route This post contains videos

Residents worried about 'high-speed cyclists' on parking protected cycle lanes in Dublin city

The proposed design would see parked cars create a buffer between cyclists and traffic.

Here's where you can welcome the Dublin winners home

The Dublin senior footballers secured their fourth All-Ireland win in a row on Sunday afternoon.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 27 August, 2018

'D4 is now D30': Signs put up around Dublin to 'promote benefits' of 30km speed limit

Dublin City Council said it is aiming to encourage Dubliners to get out and be more active.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 13 August, 2018

'It should all be up for grabs': Dublin City Council hopes industrial estates will be re-zoned for housing

Last week, the Department of Housing released guidelines outlining how the estates could be re-developed.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 7 August, 2018

RDS gets go-ahead for larger Anglesea Stand

The existing stand was built in the 1930s and can accommodate 5,743 people, and its proposed replacement will accommodate 6,481 patrons.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 23 July, 2018

Plans for hundreds of 'cost rental' homes at St Michael's Estate in Inchicore

A new 12,000-seater stadium for St Patrick’s Athletic is now almost certain not to go ahead.

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