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Dublin House is an initiative of Dublin City Council’s Housing Department through the City Architects Divisionto promote the potential of small-scale residential development in the inner city and inner suburban areas. It is a trial initiative to enable people to be citizen-developers by facilitating them to design and create their own bespoke homes for themselves in the city. The principle of promoting diverse owner-occupied city centre family-friendly homes is the underlying aspiration of the Dublin House project. More...
From 2015 onwards your elected members have the power to vary the Local Property Tax by +/- 15%. As part of this process, Dublin City Council now invites members of the public to take part in an online survey to identify their views on the Local Property Tax.
This public consultation will run from Tuesday 15th July 2014 to 4.30pm on Wednesday August 13th 2014. A report summarising the submissions received will be presented to the elected members in September to inform them in their decision making duties. More / as Gaeilge
Remember to renew your Dog Licence
If you own a dog, under the Control of Dogs Acts 1986, you are obliged to have a current Dog Licence. Dog Licences can be purchased in two ways: Dog owners living in Dublin City Council’s administrative area can purchase Dogs Licences on-line using this secure link. Select the “other payments” option and continue by completing the relevant fields. Those who do not wish to use the on-line payments facility can purchase a licence directly from their local post office. The fee is €20.
Dublin’s Local Authorities join forces to combat dog fouling on the beaches, parks and streets this summer
The campaign again shows how committed the four authorities are to working together to address the dog fouling problem which affects streets, parks and open spaces across Dublin city and county. More...
Events in Dublin
Summer is in full flow and the upcoming events will not disappoint. There will be plenty happening to keep you entertained including Pride LGBT Festival, City Spectacular formerly known as the (Street Performance World Championships), the Rose Festival and the Liffey Swim. More...
As a property owner, taking measures to protect your property from flooding will limit the distress and damage caused by flooding. However, finding the right flood protection products can be difficult.
Dublin City Council has developed a Property Flood Protection Guide to assist property owners in selecting flood protection products. We have also produced other documents that will assist property owners in preparing in advance for a flood and dealing with a flood as it is happening. More...
Irish Water is the new national water utility and is now responsible for managing the delivery of water services to homes and businesses in Ireland.
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Luas Cross City College Green Utility Works
Utility works associated with the Luas Cross City scheme commenced in the College Green area on Tuesday, 3rd June 2014.
The works are being carried out during the summer months, when traffic numbers are lower, in order to minimise delays and disruption to road users. More...
Inland Fisheries Ireland and Dublin City Council are today (23.07.14) continuing to monitor the River Tolka following a significant pollution incident which occurred yesterday, Tuesday 22nd July.23rd July Read more
Dublin City Council has removed a Temporary Prohibition of Bathing Notice at Sandymount Strand today, Wednesday 23rd July, 2014.23rd July Read more