Dublin Town calls for zero rating of VAT on service charges within the hospitality sector.
Dublin Town calls for zero rating of VAT on service charges within the hospitality sector. Today, DublinTown, is asking Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure, Paschal Donohoe to remove the vat rate on service charges and give full service appreciation back to employees. The recent rise in VAT for hospitality from 9% to 13.5% is […]
Santa secretly turns on the DublinTown Christmas Lights
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse… DublinTown has erected the Christmas lights on 30 city street, including the iconic Grafton Street and Henry Street Christmas lights, since 2009. The lights illuminate the city during the festive season creating Christmas magic each year. […]
South William Street wins ‘Great Street’ award
South William Street wins prestigious award and is officially declared a ‘Great Street’ by The Academy of Urbanism. Last night (November 7th, 2018) Dublin’s South William Street was announced the winner of the Great Street Award during the 2019 Urbanism Awards in London. The street was shortlisted with other streets – Argyle Street in Glasgow […]
DublinTown welcomes the return of the American College Football Classic to Dublin City for a five-game series.
DublinTown welcomes the return of the American College Football Classic to Dublin City for a five-game series. Today (October 25th 2018) it was announced that the American College Football Classic will return to Dublin City with 5 games. The series kicks off on Saturday 29th August 2020 with the return of Notre Dame v Navy […]
DublinTown welcomes thousands of tourists to the city’s docks this August
The August Bank holiday weekend was a busy one for Dublin Port and for the DublinTown Ambassadors who welcomed almost 10,000 cruise ship passengers to the city. On Sunday, August 5th, four cruise liners, Mirina, Pacific Princess, Silverwind and Mein Schiff 3 docked in the city. Meanwhile, another three docked today, Wednesday, August 8th bringing […]
DublinTown welcomes appointment of architect for Dublin Central Project
DublinTown welcomes the appointment of architects by Hammerson to create a development vision for a new Dublin Quarter at the old Carlton Cinema site. Today, Hammerson announced architectural practice ACME will create the development vision for a new Dublin Quarter, Dublin Central, known as the Carlton Cinema site. This prime six acres, stretches from Upper O’Connell Street to […]
Our ever-growing capital needs transport solutions to keep visitors coming
It’s like déjà vu. The decision by An Bord Pleanála to have an oral hearing into the College Green Plaza proposal has seen many reaching for their previously aired arguments for rerelease. For some it is an opportunity to call for the removal of the private car from the city’s transport mix; while others point, […]
Responsible Hospitality Institute Project
DublinTown is pleased to announce that Dublin City Centre has been chosen by the Responsible Hospitality Institute (RHI) as one of the international partner cities for the first International Night time Management Academy. Dublin will join the likes of London, Amsterdam, Cape Town and Toronto amongst others at an industry conference next month in New […]