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Access Matters (Business Subtitle)

Dublin City Council is committed to improving its services and facilities for people with disabilities and to live up its responsibilities under the Disability Act, 2005.

We are committed to the ongoing participation of our service users through consultation to ensure we reach our targets and goals by providing a range of services that are fully accessible to everyone.

The Access Unit provides assistance and guidance to people with disabilities to access the services of the City Council.

If you have any queries or feedback in relation to accessibility in Dublin City, please contact the Access Unit at the address below. 

Frequently Asked Questions

I want to request access improvements to my local area/home, who do I contact?
Directory of FAQ's for Access Improvements

How do I  make an enquiry or complaint under the Disability Act, 2005?
Disability Complaints Procedure

How can I apply for a disabled persons parking permit?
Disabled Parking

How can I request a document in an alternative format?
Please contact the Department issuing the document or the Access Officer

Where can I get support and information to apply for social housing?
View Operation-Sign Up for assistance

What services are available in libraries for people with disabilities?
Services available in libraries for people with disabilities

How can disability stakeholder groups promote events/meetings?
Advertise upcoming events or meetings on one of our public information screens

What services does Dublin City Council provide for the Deaf Community, or those who are hard of hearing?
Services for the Deaf Community and people who are hard of hearing

How can I organise an accessible meeting or event?
Ten tips to organise an accessible meeting/event 

More Options

For more information


Pat Nestor

Access Officer
Dublin City Council
Block 4 Floor 2

Civic Offices

Dublin 8

Tel: 01 222 2145