A handy thing you might not know: all Dublin City Council libraries have a home energy saving test kit, which you can take out for free (as you would a book).Continue reading “👍 Home energy kits – in your local library”
The government has just published their report into the consultation for mobility changes in the Phoenix Park.
I reckon it’s progress, but a mixed bag: there are some big wins, some bits which are hard to judge at this stage, and at least two decisions where they have clearly bottled it.Continue reading “Phoenix Park changes: good, bad and mixed”
It’s finally coming! I’ve been pushing for a long time for some kind of cycle protection along the South Circular Road, running from Suir Road Luas stop to the Phoenix Park.
Last September I set out an idea for a two-way segregated cycle track, but after discussing in detail with a city engineer, it seems like it wasn’t possible.
They’ve since put together a new package of measures, which involve lane changes, bollards (hopefully later becoming something nicer to look at!), and removal of a slip road.Continue reading “The New South Circular Road Cycle Lane: ideas to improve”
A court decision overturning approval for a supervised injection centre in Dublin will literally cost lives, local Green Party representatives have warned.Continue reading “Decision on injecting centre will “cost lives” – Greens”
DART+ South West is a massive rail project which aims to hugely increase and electrify the capacity of the line coming from Celbridge/Hazelhatch into Dublin’s Heuston Station.Continue reading “Stations, bridges, and junctions – my submission to Dart+ South West”
Nobody likes paying tax, but I think most people understand that it’s necessary to pay for public services.
I’m in TheJournal.ie’s opinion section on why property tax makes sense – and why people on the left should support it.
You can read the full piece here: https://www.thejournal.ie/readme/local-property-tax-changes-2021-5455578-Jun2021/
UPDATE: The Inchicore/St. Michael’s bottlebanks will be restored in the coming days, as they have found a way to accommodate them on a long-term basis.
Continue reading “Inchicore and Bridgefoot Street bottlebanks – help needed!”
The nine Green councillors on Dublin City Council have put together 26 ideas for the reopening of Dublin city centre.Continue reading “Greens’ 26 ideas for reopening Dublin city”
I’ve spent a lot of time in Islandbridge during the lockdown. It’s a great part of the city – with close access to the Phoenix Park, War Memorial Gardens, the Liffey, and town.Continue reading “Eight Islandbridge Ideas”
The Phoenix Park is going to change. They’ve set out a mobility plan which looks at improving how people get to the park and how they move around it. Public consultation is open until 12th March, here.Continue reading “What to improve in the Phoenix Park mobility plan”