• Dublin City Council's Orbital Signage Updating Scheme

    Dublin City Council is working to make the city a more liveable, sustainable place where people are happy to work, live and visit.   A key element of this is to enhance how people travel to, move within and around the heart of the City.

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  • Notice of Municipal Rate having Been Made City of Dublin

    Notice is hereby given that on January 27th, 2020 the Municipal Rate has been duly made on the property rateable thereto in the City of Dublin.  The annual trate on valuation for the service of then year ending on the 31st day of December 2020 is .268.

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  • Conserving your Dublin Period House: Spring 2020

    A twelve-week lunchtime talk series presented by the Irish Georgian Society and Dublin City Council to be held from 1pm to 2pm on Tuesdays in February, March, April and May 2020 at the City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2. To book a place: https://www.igs.ie/events/conserving-your-dublin-period-house-2020

  • HomeSwapper.ie

    www.HomeSwapper.ie  has been developed by Dublin City Council and Cork City Council to help their tenants to inter-transfer / swap homes.

    Follow the link here for more details or find out more on: www.homeswapper.ie

Dublin Hosts Major ‘Climate Brave’ Conference

Dublin will today (Feb 17th) become the first Irish city to sign a commitment to meet WHO air quality guideline values by 2030. In a rare joint pledge, the Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin and the Mayors/Cathaoirligh of the other 3 Dublin local authorities will sign up to the BreatheLife campaign and call on all Dubliners to be ‘Climate Brave’.

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Storm Dennis

Following a ‘Yellow’ wind and rain warning issued today by Met Éireann, Storm Dennis will bring some very wet and very windy weather over the weekend in to Monday. The public are advised to observe caution and not to enter Parks or Open Spaces where large trees are present during high winds.  Caution should also be observed on roads and paths due to the risk of trees/branches falling.

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