Have your say on future of 1916 Moore Street Buildings

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Dublin City Council have recently set up a Moore Street Advisory Committee to review, report on, and make recommendations to the City Council regarding the development of the Moore Street area.
The Committee will focus on the preservation, use and development of the 1916 GPO Evacuation Route and the Moore Street buildings occupied by the rebels in the final day of the 1916 Easter Rising.
To assist the Committee in making their final recommendations on this historic site, the public, be it a group or individual, are invited to make suggestions to the Committee on this matter.
Submissions can be sent to msac@dublincity.ie by Thursday, 31st January, 2013 or posted to The Chairman, Moore Street Advisory Committee, City Manager’s Department, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8.
According to Cllr. Nial Ring, chairperson of the committee "The review process will be hugely influenced by what the people want to see on Moore Street, and we hope that all interested parties will show commitment to the sensitive development of the area by engaging with our committee. By agreeing to set up this committee, Dublin City Councillors have shown their commitment to ensuring that the historical significance of Moore Street is protected, preserved and celebrated"

History is alive in these houses and stores. Have your say in what their future holds.
For further information contact:
Councillor Nial Ring, Dublin City Council, M 087 2489 372
Dublin City Council Media Relations Office T. (01) 222 2107
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Notes to the Editor:
Moore Street Advisory Committee:
Cllr. Nial Ring (Chair)                    
Cllr. Christy Burke (Vice)
Cllr. Gerry Ashe
Cllr. Gerry Breen
Cllr. Mary Fitzpatrick
Cllr. Michael MacDonncha
Cllr. Padraig McLoughlin
Cllr. Lucy McRoberts