Central Area Services and Initiatives
Public Domain Unit:
Deals with waste management, arranging crews to tackle dumping in the public domain, graffiti removal, environmental initiatives/support to groups involved in clean-ups.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 1800 248 348
This section is responsible for the management and maintenance of social housing in the Central Area. It liaises with tenants on any proposed new developments or major refurbishment projects locally and is the local liaison for the management of these projects. Project Estate Officers provide Estate Management locally and are available to meet with tenants and groups to discuss any matters arising.
Contact T.: (01) 222 2248 Email: c[email protected]
The Community Section liaise with people of all backgrounds helping to build strong social networks essential for viable, inclusive, sustainable communities. Community staff are involved in a large range of projects from residents associations improving their local environment, to local festivals, age-friendly initiatives and social inclusion initiatives.
NEIC Programme Office:
The NEIC Programme Office was established in 2016 and is headed by the independent Chair of the NEIC Implementation Board. The Programme Office supports the work of the NEIC Implementation Board and is based in the Sean MacDermott Street Office. The office is working on communications and engagement, funding and administration, assisting all NEIC Initiative sub-groups, supporting the Chair of the Board, Michael Stone, and regularly meeting with the community.
Contact: T: (01) 222 6604 [email protected]
Community Safety Partnership:
A Community Safety Partnership, on a 2 year pilot basis, has just been established in the North Inner City. The Partnership will bring together residents, community representatives, business interests, Councillors, DCC officials and State services such as An Garda Síochána, Tusla and the HSE to devise and implement a Local Community Safety Plan detailing how best the community wants to prevent crime and will reflect community priorities and local safety issues. The goal is to make communities safer for families, residents and businesses.
For more information please see https://admin.dublincity.ie/council/council-explained/your-area/central-area-office/local-community-safety-partnership-lcsp
Contact T: (01) 222 2248 [email protected]
NEIC Intercultural Co-Ordinator:
The NEIC Intercultural Development Coordinator works with the Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration, Dublin City Council’s Social Inclusion Section and the NEIC Programme Office to produce a work plan to implement the Government’s Migrant Integration Strategy in the NEIC. This work is carried out in close consultation with, inter alia, the NEIC Migrant Ethnic Communities Steering Committee.
Contact: Joy Eniola [email protected]