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Intoxicating Liquor Bye-Laws

Intoxicating Liquor  Bye-laws under the Local Government Act 2001 came into effect on 1st October 2008. The Bye-laws prohibit the consumption of intoxicating liquor on roads and in public places within the city of Dublin.
Read the Bye-Laws for Intoxicating Liquor

St Annes Park

Decade of Commemorations

The Government has designated the period 2012 to 2022 for a Commemorative Programme of activities with a special emphasis on 2016. While the events that occurred between 1912 and 1922 had a huge impact nationally they had a particular relevance in Dublin City. Dublin City Council is committed to making a meaningful and appropriate contribution to the commemorations, complementing but not competing with the national commemorations.

Ballyfermot Sports and Fitness Centre

Horse Fair Control and Fee Bye-Laws

Dublin City Council made the Smithfield Horse Fair Control Bye-Laws 2013 and  Smithfield Horse Fair Casual Trading Licence Fee Bye-Laws 2013 made under Section 6 of the Casual Trading Act 1995 and Section 199 of the Local Government Act 2001 at its meeting of 14th January 2013.
The purpose of the new bye-laws is to ensure the orderly running and management of the horse fair at Smithfield, the safety of all persons attending and the welfare of animals.

Casual Trading Licence

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Street Performers and Buskers

Street Performers Bye-Laws 2016

New Street Performers Bye-Laws come into effect on 1st August 2016.  There are a number of important changes to the 2015 Bye-Laws including:

Herbert Park

 

Sports and Fitness Markievicz

Markievicz Centre has reopened to usueal services apart from the sauna and steam room being closed


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