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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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Eoghan Murphy removes another planning right from local Councillors.

Statement by Cllr Dermot Lacey Wednesday 14 March, 2018 Eoghan Murphy removes another planning right from local Councillors. Chair of the Labour Councillors group, Dermot Lacey of Dublin City Council has criticised the withdrawal by the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Eoghan Murphy, of long established planning rights from Councillors at their municipal […]

Lacey elected Cathaoirleach of Eastern and Midlands Regional Assembly

At the Annual General Meeting of the Eastern and Midlands Regional Assembly on Friday 8th July former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Labour Councillor Dermot Lacey was elected as the first ever Labour Party Cathaoirleach of the Regional Assembly. The Assembly established under the Local Government Act comprises representatives from the four Dublin Local Authorities, Wicklow, […]

Press Release: Give CAO points for Gaisce Recipients

“As the Minister for Education brings forward new and welcome changes to enable young people make better subject and level choices for the Leaving Certificate consideration should be given to awarding points to recipients of the Gaisce awards” says former Lord Mayor of Dublin and Labour Councillor Dermot Lacey. “In many respects these awards reflect […]

Sinn Féin should get brass neck award

“The demand from Sinn Féin that Local Authorities must receive 80% of all funds raised in their areas through the Local Property Tax must surely earn them the title “Brass Neck Hypocrites of the Year”,” according to former Lord Mayor of Dublin and Leader of the Labour Group on Dublin City Council, Councillor Dermot Lacey. […]

Labour Councillors to table motion on Greyhound Rubbish Collection

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL LABOUR GROUP Wednesday 18th January 2012 LABOUR CITY COUNCILLORS TO TABLE MOTION ON GREYHOUND RUBBISH COLLECTION The Dublin City Council Labour Group has today continued to express its disappointment at the behaviour of the Greyhound Waste Management Company and Dublin City Council management and will be raising the issue at the Finance […]

O’Cuiv Anti-Urban Populism a Nonsense and Hypocritical

Statement by Councillor Dermot Lacey, Labour Party, Dublin City Council 29th August 2011 “The comments from the Fianna Fail Deputy Leader, Eamon O’Cuiv, regarding the new Septic Tank levy reflects a deep anti urban bias – in particular an Anti Dublin bias and coming from a Politician whose term in office was sustained by the […]

Dublin Mayor Role

The reports tonight of the pending publication of the Draft Legislation on proposals for a Dublin Mayor and a restructured Dublin Regional Authority by the Minister for the Environment and Local Government represent a welcome step forward in this debate. Despite the fact that they remain just proposals, there is a real need now to […]

Press Release: Rezoning of RTÉ Lands not a Foregone Conclusion

“Reports that the RTE lands at Donnybrook are to be rezoned should not be taken as conclusive” according to former Lord Mayor of Dublin and local City Councillor Dermot Lacey. “While the text of RTE’s submission to the Draft City Development Plan has been released following a formal request submitted by me that is all […]

Proposed Mayoral Salary Disgracefully High

Press Release Cllr Dermot Lacey, Labour Party City Councillor for Pembroke-Rathmines and former Lord Mayor of Dublin, has branded Minister John Gormley’s proposals to set the salary of the new Mayor of Dublin at the same level as that of a cabinet minister as disgraceful. He has also reiterated his challenge to Bertie Ahern to […]

Former Taoiseach challenged to debate on the role of a directly elected Mayor of Dublin

“Now that the Minister for the Environment and Local Government has finally announced his decision on a directly elected Mayor can I first of all welcome this as a step forward. I have campaigned for this for over six years now. It of course follows the recent statement of support for a directly elected ‘Lord […]

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