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Cllr Dermot Lacey

Representing Pembroke-South Dock Ward on Dublin City Council
Dermot Lacey is a Labour Party Councillor for the Pembroke-South Dock Ward on Dublin City Council. Dermot has been a member of Dublin City Council since 1993, and lives in Beech Hill, Donnybrook.
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Your Dublin, Your Voice – share your experience of living, working or studying in Dublin

I’ve just received an update on the latest ‘Your Dublin, Your Voice‘ survey, which I thought would be of interest to readers.  More details below.

Dining out is now the favoured social activity of Dubliners. The city centre is preferred to the suburbs by people aged 18-30. Grafton Street is the capital’s most popular area, followed by Henry Street with Dundrum, Rathmines/Ranelagh and Temple Bar also scoring highly. These are just three of the findings of the second Your Dublin Your Voice survey, which focussed on Dublin’s social and shopping scene that are now available from Dublin City Council.

Launched in October 2010, Your Dublin, Your Voice is an exciting initiative of the four Dublin local authorities that gives Dubliners and visitors a unique opportunity to provide confidential opinions and views on what they love, like and despair at in the capital.  As the first local government led online opinion panel in Ireland, it seeks feedback and suggestions, via quick online surveys, on a range of issues that impact on quality of life in Dublin.  Your Dublin, Your Voice is an effective mechanism for public sector decision makers to engage with citizens and others in order to drive change for the region. Over 3,000 members, representing all backgrounds, over 60 nationalities and every county in Ireland have registered and are currently on the panel. Dublin City Council is encouraging people to join Your Dublin, Your Voice and everyone over the age of 18 and lives in Ireland is invited to sign up to the panel at www.yourdublinyourvoice.ie.  If you do not have access to a computer or to the internet, you can call the Dublin City Council Your Dublin, Your Voice Line on 01 222 3999 and register in confidence over the phone.


The third Your Dublin, Your Voice survey is planned for May 2012.  It will focus on the Digital City and ask what does it mean to you, are we there yet, what can we do to improve standards?  If you register and complete the next survey, you will be entered into a fantastic prize draw for the latest iPad3 and a range of great runner up prizes.  For more information see www.yourdublinyourvoice.ie

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