News & Statements
Minister Eoghan Murphy provides update on homelessness services during Storm Ophelia
In relation to homelessness the priority continues to be ensuring that any homeless person will have access to shelter during Storm Ophelia and the following is the up to date position:
Minister Murphy confirms arrangements are in place to ensure shelter and safety for rough sleepers and those experiencing homelessness
Minister Eoghan Murphy confirmed today (16 October, 2017) that over the course of the weekend, the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government, Dublin City Council, the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive and all Local Authorities, have been working with a range of homeless agencies, to ensure that arrangements are in place across the country so that all homeless individuals and rough sleepers have shelter and a safe place to stay during Storm Ophelia.
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National Transport Agency funding for Ringsend and Irishtown
The National Transport Agency have provided funding of €450,000 this year to Dublin City Council to progress works in three areas of the city, one of which is Ringsend and Irishtown.