Review of Casual Trading Bye-Laws
Dublin City Council is currently reviewing the Casual Trading Bye-Laws (Control and Designation) 2013 and the Casual Trading Bye-Laws (Fees) 2013. The public consultation period will run until 29th March 2018 at 17.00 hrs. To view the Draft Casual Trading (Control and Designation) bye-laws click here To view the Draft Casual Trading (Fees) bye-laws click here 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 […]
Dublin’s Christmas Lights Switch off for another year!
Christmas 2017 has come to an end and the Christmas Lights twinkling in over 30 streets across the city will switch off this Saturday, January 6th. In October 2017, preparation began for the DublinTown team to hang and individually test over 1 million lightbulbs and fixtures. There was 30 streets to decorate, stretching across 4.5 kilometres […]
DublinTown has as number of cameras throughout the city that track footfall, which is independently counted. You can see monthly footfall trends following the link below: November 2017
Dublin Town welcomes the introduction of the Luas Cross City
Dublin Town, the city centre’s business improvement district welcomes the introduction of the Luas Cross City from the 9th December 2017. It is anticipated that the introduction of the new service will improve trade within the city. In a survey conducted in 2016, by Red C on behalf of Dublin Town, it was found that […]
Co-ordinating the supports for rough sleeping on the streets
The level of homelessness in Dublin city reflects a major societal failure. We all have to accept that we have to do better. In 2018 Dublin City Council’s homeless budget will have trebled since 2014 but the issue remains as live as ever. The discourse around the subject has become emotive as understandable feelings and […]
DUBLIN AT CHRISTMAS PROCESSION REVEALED!
DUBLIN AT CHRISTMAS PROCESSION OF LIGHT BRINGS FESTIVE MAGIC TO CITY STREETS Christmas officially begins as soon as the festive lights are switched on across Dublin City marking the start of the Dublin at Christmas festive period. This year, DublinTown and Dublin City Council in partnership, are creating a procession of light that will illuminate the entire […]