Dublin City Council’s Community and Social Development section works to build inclusive and sustainable communities throughout the city.
Our staff are currently working on a number of initiatives to promote the development of communities where everyone has the opportunity to participate in the life of the city and have their voices heard. Residents groups and local people of all ages and abilities are encouraged to get involved in their communities with the assistance of our team who help develop appropriate plans to address local needs.
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There is no doubt that the nature of the Docklands has changed irrevocably in recent years. The area has always benefited from having a strong and supportive local community, which suffered in the 1980's from unemployment and lack of investment in economic and social infrastructure. Over recent years, however, the area has become a revitalised and dynamic urban hub with huge economic and social regeneration capacity. That development has been mirrored in the growing self confidence and involvement of the local community who have participated in the project with great enthusiasm. Please see below Community/ Resource Centres and Area Offices in the Docklands Area.
St. Andrews Resource Centre
114 – 116 Pearse Street,
Tel: 01 677 1930
email | email@example.com
Sean O’Casey Community Centre
St. Mary's Road,
Tel | 01 850 9000
email | firstname.lastname@example.org
Website | http://www.seanocaseycommunitycentre.ie/ Fact
Ringsend District Community Centre
Thorncastle Street, Ringsend,
Tel | 01 660 4789
email | email@example.com
Website | www.ricc.ie
Dublin City Council Area Offices
Sean Mc Dermott Street Area Office
Dublin City Council
Sean Mac Dermott Street Area Office
51-53 Lower Sean Mac Dermott Street
Dublin 1 I
Tel | 01 222 2248
email | firstname.lastname@example.org
Website | www.dublincity.ie/ b
South East Area Office
Dublin City Council
Block 2, Floor 4
Tel | 01 222 2243
email | email@example.com