Sincere thanks to everyone who voted for me on May 23rd! I am now officially representing the people of Dún Laoghaire at the council. At my first election, I was elected with the 4th highest first preference vote of 21 candidates.
The courthouse in Dún Laoghaire is being considered for closure. Under Alan Shatter, the Department of Justice asked the Courts Service to draw up a list of courthouses in Dublin to be closed with their operations transferred to a city centre location. Closing the
Public parking is a growing concern for both residents and business owners alike. Nowhere is this proving more challenging than in Dún Laoghaire town, where the strictly enforced parking policies are only adding to the growing number of vacant premises.
Tenant rights Across Europe, families happily rent their homes for the long term, enjoying protection from the law for a most fundamental right. In Ireland, the system of renting is broken and needs a radical fix. One in six people in
As the Green Party’s Internet spokesperson, as well as representative for Energy, Communications and Natural Resources, I am very happy to announce that I am the first Irish politician to accept Bitcoin donations. The Green Party hold a strong track
Thanks to all the calls, emails and letters on this issue. Today I have made a submission to the County Council based your feedback which you can read here: Submission to Dún Laoghaire County Council We can expect an update in
I would like to thank everyone who came along on Friday evening to help me launch the final phase of my election campaign. It was a really enjoyable evening and I would like to especially thank Green Party Leader, Eamon
On Thursday March 13th, the developer of the site of former Deerhunter pub at the Sallynoggin Roundabout applied for planning permission to develop a drive-through fast food restaurant with 20,000 sq. ft. discount supermarket. Also to be included are: A
UPDATE: March 22nd Following the recent commencement of works at the Dún Laoghaire Golf Course, our subsequent community meeting and submissions to the council, I write to update you on the current situation. On Friday 14th March the site developer,
THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND submissions were made to EirGrid last week on its Grid Link project which seeks to run new power lines between Cork and Kildare. This compares with just 278 submissions received at the previous consultation in 2012. Clearly there