The Official Languages Act 2003 requires public bodies to prepare a scheme detailing the services that they will provide through the medium of:
BÁC le Gaeilge : úsáid na Gaeilge a chur chun cinn sa chathair/ promoting the use of the Irish language in throughout Dublin
- both Irish and English
Information regarding Dublin City Council’s Irish Language Scheme can be found in the following document:
This scheme sets out the services provided by Dublin City Council and the services available in Irish.
The Office of An Coimisinéir Teanga was established under the Official Languages Act as an independent statutory office, operating as an ombudsman’s service and compliance agency. More information is available at www.coimisineir.ie
Conducting your business with Dublin City Council through Irish
Dublin City Council customers are always welcome to conduct their business with us in Irish.
The Irish Development Unit co-ordinates and implements the statutory requirements of Irish language legislation, including the Official Languages Act 2003. The unit is also responsible for the development and implementation of the Irish language scheme ‘Scéim Teanga 2015 – 2018’, which sets out the services that Dublin City Council provides through Irish, and how Irish language services are to be developed and improved over the lifetime of the scheme.
You can contact the Irish Development Unit at:
An tAonad Forbartha Gaeilge
Oifigí na Cathrach
An Ché Adhmaid
Irish Development Unit
Dublin City Council
T. 01 222 3973 [email protected]