Articles in the Lucan Category
Lucan, Parliamentry Questions, Press Release »
Following a Dáil question on the 16th April, to the Minister for Transport regarding south Lucan’s Railway station, Local TD Derek Keating learned today that due to economic circumstances the National transport authority has decided not to open the station as planned this year. This is another example of the last Fianna Fail governments economic policy that has ruined many communities.
I am sadden by this news as I have perused the opening of this facility for the residents of South Lucan and Clonburris Clondalkin for some time.
The CEO Mr Gerry …
NEW LUCAN POST OFFICE: I am pleased to confirm, following the campaign I initiated, a NEW POST OFFICE has now been approved for Lucan. I have pursued this since being elected to Dáil Éireann. The new Post Office will compliment the existing and established Post Offices in Lucan village and Dodsboro that continue to provide excellent services. I am delighted to have delivered this new service for ALL Lucan residents, as a result of the massive support I received from thousands of residents, the details of which I presented to …
Lucan, Press Release »
Deputy Derek Keating today called on the new Manager of South Dublin County Council to immediately examine the houses in Block A at Foxford Court, Lucan, Co. Dublin, as the 14 duplex properties are reportedly at risk of becoming another Priory Hall putting lives at risk.
Lucan, Universal healthcare »
Deputy Derek Keating can exclusively report that, following discussions with the HSE Senior Management and a local consortium of health care professionals, a Primary Care Centre for Lucan which will service the Greater Lucan area has been approved by the HSE and today, Tuesday 19th March, contracts have been offered.
Lucan, Press Release »
Clondalkin, In the press, Lucan, News, Palmerstown, Your area »
Fine Gael Dublin Mid West Deputy, Derek Keating, has said reports that the private waste company, Greyhound, which is contracted to provide a bin collection service in South County Dublin, has requested that taxpayers take over the cost of subsiding waiver customers is a disgrace and should not be tolerated.
“I am delighted that some funds listed above and used by South Dublin county council to enhance our national sports programme which depends so much on the dedicated voluntary and local support of many parents and community leaders” Says Deputy Keating.