The new Enhanced Long-term Social Housing Leasing Scheme, which has been launched in Dublin, is just one of a large number of actions being taken to implement Rebuilding Ireland, the Government’s Continue Reading →
Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has taken delivery of six electric powered Citroen Berlingo Vans for its fleet operations. The electric vans will replace existing diesel powered vehicles and will based in the Continue Reading →
Cllr Damien Geoghegan, President of the Association of Irish Local Government, has been appointed to the Advisory Group for Ireland’s first Marine Spatial Strategy.
Now in their 12th year, the 2018 All-Ireland Community and Council Awards will be presented by IPB Insurance and the Local Authority Members’ Association (LAMA) on Saturday 3 February in Dublin’s Croke Park Stadium.
Wind Skillnet’s partnership with the Construction Industry Federation to mark Behavioural Safety Week last October was a huge success, according to the Head of Education and Operational Asset Programmes at Continue Reading →
Following a recent report on RTE’s Drivetime programme ‘Could a Grenfell Tower disaster happen here?’ Dublin City Council’s chief executive totally rejects the impression created by the report that the Continue Reading →
The new Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy has met with Dublin’s Chief Fire Officer to discuss fire safety in light of the recent Grenfell Tower tragedy in London.
Fingal County Council is set to receive €26.58 million under the Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF), and this funding will be allocated to three strategic projects to yield 2,800 Continue Reading →
The SEAI Energy Show 2017 at Dublin’s RDS on 5-6 April will bring together over 160 exhibitors of sustainable energy technologies and services.
Homelessness and the housing crisis, the retail future of towns, sustainable transport in the regions, and factors influencing developers’ decisions and issues of access to development finance, will be high Continue Reading →