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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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Lacey Calls for Forum on Local Government Financing

Speaking at the 1st National Conference on Local Government Financing organised by Carlow Chamber of Commerce former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Dermot Lacey, called for a major reform of Local Government and as part of that process the establishing of a National Forum on Local Government financing.



Liberty Week

LIBERTY PROJECT TO MARK LABOUR MOVEMENT ROLE IN 1916 Councillor Dermot Lacey has welcomed the Liberty Project, a joint initiative of the Labour Party and SIPTU that has been set up to mark the role of the Labour movement in the 1916 Rising as well as key events leading up to and after the Rising […]



Give Dublin Back the St Patrick’s Day Festival

“Now that the dust has settled on another St. Patrick’s Festival it is time to take stock and review the programmes, operations and structures of the Festival Committee itself”, according to former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Dermot Lacey. “The fact that there is not one single representative of young people or even one single […]



Can RTÉ Ever Protray Young People in Good Light?

“The over reaction by RTE to a number of isolated events on St Patrick’s Day is typical, unfortunate and brings little credit on RTE. Thankfully it is as far removed from the reality of the majority of young people as RTE is from fulfilling its mandate as a Public Service Broadcaster”, according to former Lord […]



Carlton Decision Paves Way for Government Move on Abbey

The decision by the High Court to uphold the Compulsory Purchase Order on the Carlton Cinema site is to be welcomed according to former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Dermot Lacey. The decision should now be grasped by the Government as an opportunity to once and for all decide to locate the Abbey Theatre on […]



Scully’s Field – Bord Pleanála Decision Welcomed

The decision by An Bord Pleanala announced today to refuse permission for a 92 apartment development along the River Dodder at Milltown has been welcomed by local Labour City Councillor, Dermot Lacey. “As the only elected Public Representative to appeal the two planning approvals for the area known locally as Scully’s Field I salute the […]



Andrews should get first 2005 Brass Neck Award

The reported comments of former Councillor Chris Andrews in the Southside People ( 9th February) in which he blames the PDs for the legislation allowing the rection of Phone masts on Publiuc Buildings surely qualifies him once again to be considered a worthy contestant for Brass Neck of the Year Award, according to former Lord […]



Sinn Féin – Shallow in their Commitment to Dublin

STATEMENT BY Cllr DERMOT LACEY Labour Party Councillor on Dublin City Council SINN FÉIN – Shallow in their commitment to Democracy and shallow in their policies for Dublin. Speaking in advance of the Dublin City Council meeting to adopt a new City Development Plan for 2005-2011, former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Dermot Lacey said […]



Taxi Fare Increases Expose Ministerial Cynicism

Taxi Fare Increases Expose Ministerial Cynicism Statement by Councillor Dermot Lacey Labour – Dublin South East “Despite his self projected image as some sort of Transport Supremo, it would appear that former Minister Seamus Brennan was clearly reluctant to take any responsibility for the unpopular issue of taxi fare increases”, according to former Lord Mayor […]



Three Steps for the New Minister

Time for new Minister to make amends for errors of the past – three steps to make a difference Statement by Councillor Dermot Lacey Labour – Dublin South East “The appointment of Dick Roche T.D. as the new Minister for (sic) the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, will hopefully give Dublin the break it has […]



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