Your Dublin Your Voice Research Panel

Join the Your Dublin, Your Voice opinion panel today at to have your voice heard on a range of issues that impact the quality of life in Dublin.

Launched in October 2010, Your Dublin, Your Voice is an exciting initiative of Dublin City Council that gives Dubliners and visitors alike a unique opportunity to provide opinions and views on what they love, like and would be glad to see improved in the capital region.

'Brexit' Customs Training Workshops for Dublin Region

Local Enterprise Office Dublin City Launch 'Brexit' Customs Training Workshops for Dublin Region

Your Commercial Property Rates

Latest Dublin Economic Monitor

Latest edition of Dublin Economic Monitor finds Dublin’s economy continues to thrive, but housing market pressures continue to be felt

Social Enterprise Awards

Social Entrepreneurs awarded for providing social services in the City

Lord Mayor Nial Ring, presented the Dublin City Social Enterprise Awards to five deserving winners at the Wood Quay venue, this morning, Wednesday, 12th September, 2018.

Public asked if Local Property Tax rate should be varied in Dublin city

Dublin City Council has invited submissions from the public and interested parties on whether they think the Local Property Tax (LPT) should be varied in Dublin city.

Section 20 of the Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012 allows the Elected Members of Dublin City Council to vary the LPT rate by plus or minus 15 per cent. The council must ask the public for their views on this and take these views into account before making a decision.

Strategy Maps

All maps produced by Future Analytics Consulting


Economic Development

Over the last number of years Ballymun has undergone unprecedented transformation physically, socially and economically.  Under the management of Ballymun Regeneration Ltd. almost 2,000 replacement housing units have been provided and additional c 1350 homes have been provided in the area through private sector investment.

Public Spending Code

The Public Spending Code imposes obligations, at all stages of the project/programme life-cycle, on organisations that spend public money.

One of the obligations is that such organisations publish on their websites summary information of procurement processes where the value of elements of the project concerned exceeds €10m.