DCC Chief Executive Recommends Refusal of Planning Permission

St. Paul's College - St. Anne's Park

Good News!  The Chief Executive of Dublin City Council, Owen Keegan, has recommended that an Bord Pleanála refuse planning permission for a massive residential development at St. Paul’s College/St. Anne’s Park. A final decision on this application will be made by the Bord on or before the 23rd of April 2018. Fingers Crossed!! Click here …

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Haughey Objects to High Density, High Rise Raheny Development

St Anne's Park Protest

Haughey Objects to High Density, High Rise Raheny Development - The proposed 5-8 storey high blocks will have major adverse impact on the area – Local Fianna Fáil TD, Sean Haughey has expressed his strong opposition to the proposed plans for development of St Anne’s Park, Raheny and has said that they are contrary to the proper planning …

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Major Clean up of R139 Welcomed

R139 - Clean up Operation

Major Clean-up of R139 Welcomed   The  R139, which connects the M50 to Clare Hall, is a significant road on Dublin’s Northside. It carries a huge volume of traffic and is an important link to North Dublin communities. However, it is a complete eyesore due to the amount of litter in and around it at …

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Conservation Status for Ireland’s Eye will Help Protect Biodiversity

Ireland's Eye

Conservation Status for Ireland’s Eye will Help Protect Biodiversity  -       The island will be added as a Special Area of Conservation in bid to protect bio-diversity & preserve natural habitat – Local Fianna Fáil TD, Sean Haughey, has said that the formal designation of Ireland’s Eye as a Special Area of Conservation will protect the …

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Urgent Action Needed to Curb Anti-Social Behaviour in Darndale Area

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Urgent action needed to curb anti-social behaviour in Darndale area -       Limited Garda resources in  place to respond to incidents    – Local Fianna Fáil TD Sean Haughey has said we must examine measures to better protect local residents in the Darndale area that are experiencing persistent incidents of anti-social behaviour.   The Deputy was commenting following concerns …

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Scrapped Roaming Charges Should Benefit all EU Citizens

European Commission introduces cap on mobile roaming tariffs, but customers must be vigilant of small print

Scrapped roaming charges should benefit all EU citizens - European Commission introduces cap on mobile roaming tariffs, but customers must be vigilant of small print –   Fianna Fáil TD and Spokesperson on European Affairs and the EU Single Market has said that the European Commission decision to scrap roaming charges for using mobile phones when travelling within the European …

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