Did you know that an average Irish household wastes up to €700 a year on food?
The Department of Housing, Planning, Community & Local Government have indicated that funding will be made available to facilitate delivery through either construction or acquisition of housing accommodation to cater for the priority groups under the Capital Assistance Scheme – Call for Proposals 2017.
The "South Dublin County Today" - Summer 2017 edition is now available.
Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) announces new symbol system for Emergency Diversion on M50
Local authorities are in a unique position to support business in general and retail in particular. They are directly responsible for the planned development and improvement of town centres where retail is primarily located. The quality of the retail experience is directly linked to the quality of the town centre. Each of our cities and towns has its own unique character, but the quality of the visitor experience is influenced by a range of common denominators, all of which can be directly influenced by local authorities. Find out more.
South Dublin is a great place in which to live, work and do business. At South Dublin County Council, we are ambitious for our county. We are working to make South Dublin, a place we can all be proud of. South Dublin is home to a diverse population of 265,000 people, living in 97,000 households and we deliver services to every single one of them...
Landlords and potential landlords with available properties in Dublin are being encouraged to lease or rent them to their local authority. A number of attractive schemes are available for landlords to choose from. Depending on the scheme chosen there is a range of benefits including: no letting fees, no vacancy costs, no rent arears and no day to day maintenance for periods of up to 20 years.
A new waste plan, which will regulate how more than half of the people living in Ireland manage their waste. The Eastern-Midlands Region (EMR) Waste Management Plan 2015-2021 provides a framework for the prevention and management of waste in a sustainable manner in 12 local authority areas.
South Dublin County Council to invest over €700,000 in high quality, energy efficient LED Public Street Lighting Programme South Dublin County Council is leading the way with new energy efficient alternatives and we are delighted to announce the details of a proposed multi-annual investment programme in the upgrade of our public lighting system. In 2015, the Council will invest over €700,000 in upgrading existing lights to low energy LED lanterns. These new LED lanterns use significantly less energy compared to existing conventional streetlights. In addition they have a lifetime in excess of 15 years delivering immediate savings of over €60,000 per year in lower energy and maintenance costs. High quality LED lighting will also increase the visibility and visual attraction of our villages, residential and commercial centres in the County.
Do not ignore the situation. Support is available. Contact the Community Welfare Service dealing with your Rent Supplement claim as soon as possible.
If you are living in the Dublin area or Cork City, you can avail of Threshold’s Tenancy Protection Service by contacting: Freephone 1800 454 454