DublinTown reaction to the Bus Connects project
Proposals were launched today by the National Transport Authority (NTA) which outline plans for the construction of 230km of expanded bus lanes and 200km of cycle lanes over the next ten years. This project has been launched under the title of “Bus Connects” and further information on the specifics of the plan can be found here. […]
Casual Trading bye-law submissions deadline extended
Dublin City Council is currently reviewing the Casual Trading Bye-Laws. The deadline for submissions has been extended to July 12th, 2018. For information on how you can make a submission or observation click here. DublinTown has made a submission in relation to this review. If you wish to view this submission please click here.
Briefing on alternative delivery strategies for city centre businesses
DublinTown recently invited representatives from UPS and Go Car to speak to members about the services they provide. In their presentation Andy Smith, UPS Country Manager and Audrey Colgan, UPS Country Sales Manager spoke about the Dublin City Sustainability project which seeks to respond to increasing City Centre congestion and to provide sustainable alternative and […]
DublinTown services aboard visiting Cruise ships
You could be forgiven for thinking that the view in the photo below is taken from the top floor of a new sky-scraper in the Dublin docklands, and to an extent you would be right. At 65 meters in height the MSC Meraviglia cruise liner is a good six meters taller than Liberty Hall and when it […]
Dublin City Neighbourhood Awards Applications Open
The Dublin City Neighbourhood Awards is back for another year and applications are open! The competition run by Dublin City Council, acknowledges in a meaningfully way the work done across the city by communities to enhance their neighbourhood. At a corporate level, the competition is used to foster a sense of civic pride, place and […]
Dublin City Council launches it’s Bin the Butt – Cigarette litter campaign.
This week Dublin City Council launched it’s Bin the Butt – Cigarette litter campaign. According to the city council, cigarette litter is now a serious issue in Dublin City as over half of all street litter in the capital is cigarette butts. Figures released from the council show this type of waste accounts for 60% […]
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 […]
Beware: Scam involving Dublin Fire Brigade
Dublin City Council and Dublin Fire Brigade are warning businesses about a scam currently targeting businesses in Dublin. Dublin Fire Brigade are warning businesses to be aware of a scam in which an individual is offering advertising space in a publication they claim they are producing on behalf of Dublin Fire Brigade. This individual makes […]