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Luas to Bray and existing Public transport in Bray

The Luas to Bray, great idea. But let’s maximise the potential of existing public transport first

For those of you who get the jammed Luas in the morning, you may not believe this, but the green line still has not reached its maximum capacity just yet. But there’s a lot more […]

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Enniskerry Garda Station

Give back public access to Enniskerry Garda station

Monday, April 1st 2019: I have stared an online petition calling on the Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan TD to give back the public access to Enniskerry Garda station. The Garda station is manned, but no-one from […]

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Public Safety at Kilmacanogue Pond

Improve Public Safety at Kilmacanogue Pond

Thursday, 28th March 2019: Wicklow County Council has been urged to improve public safety at Kilmacanogue pond after two lifebuoys went missing. I have emailed Wicklow County Council’s CEO Frank Curran requesting immediate action. In a statement […]

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The Socio-Economic Case for An Post in Kilmacanogue

An Post Kilmacanogue Two years ago, An Post closed their Kilmacanogue shop due to ‘circumstances beyond An Post’s control’ and the village was promised a review on the decision by the post service. A year […]

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Why a Greenway from Dun Laoghaire through Enniskerry to Glendalough is good for tourism, locals and drivers

Why a Greenway from Dun Laoghaire through Enniskerry to Glendalough is good for tourism, locals and drivers

Cycling Greenway for North Wicklow The Blessington lakes were named one of Ireland’s top 10 cycling routes last year by Ireland’s active travel guide. Not at all surprising, with stunning views, a clean environment, and […]

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How do we ensure sustainable development in North Wicklow?

How do we ensure sustainable housing development in North Wicklow?

Delivering a sustainable volume of housing developments in Wicklow Wicklow has always proved itself a cut above other counties in Leinster for its stunning scenery, lakes and heritage. Over the past twenty years, the continuous […]

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Future transport needs of North Wicklow – How neighbouring authorities have a part to play

Bus Connects: Concerns about the proposed 213 route Bus Connects is a welcome investment into transport services in the Greater Dublin Area and we should work with the National Transport Authority to optimise the new […]

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The case for free Wi-Fi in Public spaces? Unlocking Wicklow’s potential

The case for free Wi-Fi in Public spaces? Unlocking Wicklow’s potential

Free Wi-Fi in public realms in small villages and town centers Wicklow is a dynamic, exciting and beautiful place to live, with amazing outdoor leisure spots and quaint villages to spend the weekends drinking coffee […]

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Homeless Services – A two-part strategy to tackle our long term and short term needs

The great challenge of my generation will be to buy a home or even to move out of our parents’ homes in our twenties. The housing crisis will have profound long-term socio-economic consequences for this […]

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