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Council Partners News Technology
Civil defence, emergency response, public safety and environmental monitoring applications are already realising the benefits of drone technology, but future proofing Dublin’s skies is necessary. This is just the start of what is possible according to a report launched on international best practice and future trends in drones which was delivered as part of an […]
Council Partners News Transport
Fingal County Council brought together Councillors, contractors and staff for an onsite briefing at St. Cronan’s Road and Brackenstown Avenue as work gets underway on cycle lane upgrades in Swords. These works include upgrading of the existing walking and cycling infrastructure in the area to improve safety, reduce traffic speed and create better connections to […]
Council Partners News
Deputy Lord Mayor, Councillor Mary Rose Desmond chaired a Special Meeting of Cork City Council where the Freedom of the City of Cork was conferred upon Mary Crilly, CEO of the Sexual Violence Centre Cork (SVCC). This accolade is the highest honour a city can bestow upon a citizen or eminent guest and over 250 guests […]
Council Partners Housing News
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council (dlr) is pleased to announce the delivery of 21 new homes at Broadford Court, Ballinteer, Dublin 16. The development, which is arranged around an enclosed landscaped courtyard, also has a community room, and underground parking. The scheme has been designed to provide suitable accommodation for older persons and is well served […]
Council Partners Culture News
Fingal County Council is looking for your assistance in capturing and preserving the story of thatch in Fingal for future generations, from the thatched dwellings past and present to those who lived in them and all the traditions associated with this part of the Fingal Thatch Project 2022. North County Dublin was renowned in the […]
Council Partners Culture News
For the first time in three years neighbours and communities will be able to reconnect and celebrate together in person at Street Feast 2022. Registrations for Street Feast are now open and organisers are aiming for 1200 feasts with 100,000 people participating around the country on Sunday 26th June. Street Feast is Ireland’s national day of lunches and one of Ireland’s
Council Partners News
Operation IRENE 2022 was launched on Tuesday, 31st May at Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Hall, by Chief Superintendent Matthew Nyland (DMR East) This campaign has run for many years and is a targeted multi-agency operation to combat underage alcohol consumption and consumption of alcohol in public places throughout the Dublin Metropolitan Region and for us specifically […]