A full link to the application to An Bord Pleanála may be viewed by clicking here.
This is an extract from South Dublin County Council's Submission (along with Coillte Teoranta & Dublin Mountain Partnership) application to An Bord Pleanála.
"The proposed development includes (a) the conversion of 26ha of Coillte’s Hell Fire forest property from productive conifer forest to mixed deciduous woodland for use primarily as amenity open space; (b) modifications, including new sections of trail, and upgrade of the existing network of walking and equestrian trails throughout the Hell Fire and Massy’s Wood forest properties; .........
QUESTION NO: 194 DÁIL QUESTION addressed to the Minister for Education and Skills (Deputy Richard Bruton) by Deputy John Lahart
for WRITTEN ANSWER on 04/07/2017
To ask the Minister for Education and Skills if the two temporary eight classroom schools at a location (details supplied) in Dublin 24 will not be used as temporary accommodation or as a permanent site for the proposed educate together 1,000 pupil post primary school to serve the wider area; and if he will make a statement on the matter. (Details Supplied) off Ballycullen Drive, Firhouse, Dublin 24,
REPLY. I wish to advise the Deputy that the temporary accommodation will not remain at the location to which the Deputy refers following delivery of the permanent accommodation at this property. It is not proposed to accommodate the post-primary school to which the Deputy refers at this location either on a temporary or permanent basis. The post-primary school will open as scheduled in September 2018 in suitable interim accommodation. With regard to the post-primary school's permanent accommodation, a suitable site has been identified and the Department is working towards acquiring the site. Due to commercial sensitivities relating to site acquisitions generally I am not in a position to provide further details at this time.
The Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance helps you to meet the cost of uniforms and footwear for children going to school. You (the parent or guardian) must be getting certain social welfare payments or taking part in training, employment or adult education schemes and your children must be aged between 4 and 17 on or before 30th September 2017 or aged between 18 and 22 on or before the 30th September if in second-level education (Please click on each image below for the details)
South Dublin County Council has proposed to start a Part 8 public consultation for the development of Mount Carmel Park, Firhouse. This development proposes to include:
Details of my local clinic on Saturdays (by appointment) serving Rathfarnham, Knocklyon, Ballyboden, Butterfield, Ballycullen, Firhouse. Please call 01 4662026 for an appointment on Saturdays between 9am-1pm.
The following is a Parliamentary Question I placed for reply to the Minister for Education & Skills regarding the unacceptable delays in tendering and proceeding with the Kingswood Community College site - another broken commitment from the government. DÁIL QUESTION addressed to the Minister for Education and Skills (Deputy Richard Bruton) by Deputy John Lahart for WRITTEN ANSWER on 14/02/2017
h I was delighted to attend last night's thrilling basketball encounter between two outstanding teams. Heartiest congratulations to Templeogue Basketball Club in their win over Tralee Warriors (including the thorn in Dublin Gaelic Football teams over the years, 'Star' Ciaran Donaghy et al!) at the Oblate Hall in Inchicore last night which saw them become Basketball SUPER LEAGUE Champions for the first time ever. A well-deserved win for the club and a great sporting boost for Templeogue and the wider South Dublin Area. Special congratulations to Coach Mark Keenan and his team.
Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB) have been providing an Ambulance service to the citizens of the city and county since 1898. All Firefighters in the DFB are also paramedics and they rotate between fire and ambulance duties. This dual role, fire based emergency medical service is internationally recognised as best practice. It is replicated in cities such as Seattle, New York, Dusseldorf , Frankfort etc. Dublin is recognised as 2nd in the world after Seattle to have the best survival rates for out of hospital cardiac arrest. That is because of the fire based EMS system