Changes to Canal Bye Laws

Waterways Ireland has drafted revisions to the Byelaws governing the Grand & Royal Canals Navigation. Waterways Ireland’s intention is to make our waterways safer, protect those using waterways, blueways and greenways and continue to provide recreational experience. Any changes must be environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. A second phase of public consultation on Waterways Irelands…

Inner City Enterprise

Mary was delighted to attend the launch of Inner City Enterprise’s new social enterprise hub which will help those who are unemployed, young people and entrepreneurs in the Inner City start and grow their business. Inner City Enterprise offers supports to unemployed people seeking to become entrepreneurs, social enterprises and young people interested in entrepreneurship….

Canal Bye Laws

Waterways Ireland has drafted revisions to the Byelaws governing the Grand & Royal Canals Navigation. These proposed changes aim to: Waterways Ireland’s intention is to make our waterways safer, protect those using waterways, blueways and greenways and continue to provide recreational experience. Public consultation on Waterways Irelands draft revisions closes on the 27th of October….

Summer Newsletter

Please find below Mary’s latest newsletter. In this newsletter are updates on new homes, schools and other social infrastructure including a new special school for Dublin 7, Gaelscoil Cholaiste Mhuire, a new critical care unit at the Mater Hospital, the campaign to name the National Children’s Hospital after Dr Kathleen Lynn and other significant developments…

Anti Social Survey

Anti-social behaviour threatens and undermines the fabric of our communities. As Chair of the Fianna Fáil Parliamentary Part Dublin subcommittee, Mary, along with her Fianna Fáil Dublin party members, have launched a public sentiment survey on anti social and criminal behaviour. The survey gives the public an opportunity to share their experience of anti social behaviour…

Lead pipe replacement

Supports are available to remove lead pipes from your home. The Domestic Lead Remediation Grant Scheme provides funding for 100% of the approved cost of works to replace lead pipes, up to €5,000. To determine if your house contains lead pipes, you can inspect the pipe connecting the water main to your kitchen tap. Locate…

First Time Buyers Webinar

Housing is one of our biggest personal expenses. A decade of under-supply, war in Ukraine, and raw material shortages have led to double-digit construction inflation and driven up housing prices. However, the government has introduced several supports that can allow first-time buyers to avail of up to €100,000 towards the price of their new home….

Scramblers and Safety

The misuse of scramblers and quads in Dublin Central has cost far too many lives and destroyed countless others and robbed public spaces from our communities. I welcome the Roads Traffic and Roads Bill 202 that will address this issue. An Garda Siochana and the Road Safety Authority have urged parents not to buy scramblers…

Spring Newsletter

Please find below Mary’s latest newsletter. In this newsletter, Mary has provided information on a diverse range of topics including updates on the regeneration of Dalymount Park, government initiatives focused on increasing housing supply and fostering home ownership, essential women’s healthcare services, cost of living supports, and much more. If you have any questions please…

Extension of the Royal Canal Greenway

Phase 3 of the Royal Canal Greenway project is now underway. €5 million has been allocated to this phase of the project through the Active Travel Investment Grants. This project will provide a high quality footpath and cycle track from North Strand to Phibsborough. Phase 3 of the project goes from Newcomen Bridge to Cross…