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- August 25, 2016 at 4:15 pm in reply to: Dublin Graving docks / Grand Canal Docks / Alexandra Basin #947730
Forum looks to Paris and Liverpool in vision for Grand Canal Basin
Development of three Georgian graving docks part of dockland business forum plan http://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/forum-looks-to-paris-and-liverpool-in-vision-for-grand-canal-basin-1.2768118 http://docklandsbusinessforum.ie/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Proposal-for-the-Grand-Canal-Basin-and-Plot-8.pdf they have been lobbying on it https://www.lobbying.ie/organisation/1525/docklands-business-forum
rewatched the tg4 doc, t o try figure out who’s who, a letter that nama was giving 250,000 to do works on the national monument was featured and questioned by nial ring
Public Consultation Period for Planned Works at Moore St National Monument Extended to 24 April 2013
what is it that they are planning to do?
ah im getting the two “james connelly”‘s mixed up
this is the group that was in the ilac http://1916rebellionmuseum.com/
which keeps the 3 buildings for musuem but knocks the new street through to moore street
its the same james connnelly that was backing this ? http://www.gaelicadventure.org/pdfs/h16.pdf
which maintain the whole street
Wonder how the proposed memorial fits in…
here’s a very large 2.5mb image you just about see the memorial under the trees, slightly hedging their bets i think http://www.dublincity.ie/RecreationandCulture/ParnellSquareCulturalQuarter/PublishingImages/PSQ%20plan%20view.jpg
although Mícheál Mac Donncha and otehrs say the report was “published” yesterday I can’t find it anywhere on the DCC website. do you have link to it?
so this 1916museum.ie group are directly linked to the chartered land developers, but it also seems that save moore street group have allied themselves with the competing developer, which is a mistake imho.
ya know links are useful things can actually find the report?
Winner Irish Times of postcard of modern Ireland competition
so do we like
more dodgey advertising deals
DUBLIN City Council has been criticised for passing up on hundreds of thousands of euro in potential advertising revenue from a company it allows to hang posters on public property around the capital.
The local authority has had a longstanding agreement with Irish Poster Advertising Ltd (IPA) – an events promotion company – which advertises gigs and other events on hoardings and in public spaces.
In response to a recent query, council officials said they did not receive any fees from the company in exchange for advertising space but that in return, IPA takes responsibility for maintaining the hoardings.
The claim was denied by IPA, which insisted it has always paid a “rate” for the privilege but was unable to elaborate on the arrangement.
Both parties were due to meet last week in order to clarify matters.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2011/0105/1224286779848.htmlhttp://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2011/0105/1224286779848.html well done to dublin city council and joe o’reilly for the policy of deliberate dereliction
had they not sold any of them?
so its been a complete success except for…
huh so how can you have the dublin core bikes to be continued to funded by advertising by jc decaux and lots more outside that area funded by part public and part private money? the deal is still be trumpeted far and wide as a success, without ever mention advertising or where the new funding will come from, its good to have hte bikes working successfully, but at least mention the facts people. Andrew “billboards” Montague taking credit whenever he can without mention the advertising part.
so if they bypass an bord pleannala which professional reviews the planning implications of the metropoles etc? the councils own planners? the cllrs
Prison vans clog streets at new €140M courts because they have nowhere to park
The Courts Service has defended the building — which was officially opened by President Mary McAleese on Saturday. The service insists it is up to the drivers of all “non-operational” vehicles to find their own parking in the area.
idiots, always though there wasn’t much room around the building
traffic details via http://short.ie/beckettbridge
listen to this how morning ireland guy cuts the legs from under the engineer pointing out the half built buildings and empty offices on either side of the bridge
not much room outside
so we put to rest the myth that it height objections is why we don’t have any tall buildings!
old article on protest from IT printed archives from 1964 http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/opinion/2009/1007/1224256097766.html
can’t find the traffic poles thread
Let’s count telegraph poles, says councillor
taxpayers money, that phrase