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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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Here’s How podcast appearance

Dermot recently appeared on the Here’s How podcast. Have a listen to the episode here: https://blog.hereshow.ie/2020/09/heres-how-111-local-misgovernment

Lunchtime Live: Should we have a stupidity tax?

Listen to Dermot with Andrea Gilligan talking about a “stupidity tax” on Newstalk. https://www.newstalk.com/podcasts/Lunchtime_Live/Highlights_from_Lunchtime_Live/229612/Should_we_have_a_stupidity_tax

Eglinton Rd: Avestus plan for apartment block

Dermot was interviewed in a video by The Irish Times about the proposed development at Eglinton Road. See the video and article on The Irish Times website: Donnybrook residents oppose Avestus plan for €80m apartment block   Labour city councillor Dermot Lacey pointed out that Avestus wanted to demolish six houses and build up to seven storeys on a […]

Prime Time: Scouting Ireland investigation

Dermot appeared on Prime Time this week discussing the current investigations at Scouting Ireland.  See the clip on RTE Player here.

Newstalk: Busking fines

Dermot was featured in a story on Newstalk today regarding fines for nuisance unlicensed buskers. A Dublin councillor has hailed new bye-laws governing busking in the city as a success. Figures from Dublin City Council show nine street performers were fined a total of €600 last year. The laws require street performers to apply for […]

Council Matters: Dublin City FM

I wason Dublin City FM’s Council Matters show on March 14th.  You can listen to the entire show here:

Prime Time: Storm Emma

I was on RTÉ Prime Time on March 1st discussing Storm Emma.  You can see the show here: https://www.rte.ie/player/gb/show/prime-time-30003251/10846164/ (from about 10mins in and regularly throughout the programme).  

Prime Time: Effective Planning Systems

I appeared on Prime Time on RTÉ1 last week to discuss proposals for new planning processes.  You can see the discussion with Minister Simon Coveney here.

In the news: ALONE charity single launched

From CatholicIreland.net Dublin Labour Councillor Dermot Lacey has penned a new song which he hopes will directly fund vital services for older people. Released on Monday, the charity single is titled The Ballad of Rosie Hackett and it can be bought on iTunes. Inspired by the new Rosie Hackett Bridge spanning the River Liffey, the […]

Opinion Article – The Irish Times

Today’s (Monday’s) Irish Times carries an opinion piece I wrote on the need for local government reform in Dublin. You can read it below and on the Irish Times website. Ending the Department of the Environment’s stranglehold over local government is the key to effective reform, writes DERMOT LACEY FOR IRELAND’S sake, Dublin needs to […]

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