{meta} Agenda for Housing SPC on Wednesday 13th January, 2021, 11.00 am

Agenda

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of meeting dated Wednesday 9th December and matters arising pdf icon PDF 547 KB

2.

Chairpersons Business

See agenda point 2i

2i)

Correspondence pdf icon PDF 2 MB

3.

Update on Working Groups

See agenda points

 

i.              Rent Review Working Group

ii.            Public Housing Working Group

iii.           Services for Senior Citizens Working Group

 

3i)

Rent Review Working Group

3ii)

Public Housing Working Group

3iii)

Services for Senior Citizens Working Group

4.

Housing Management Update

See agenda points

 

i.              Report on Housing Supply

ii.             Report on Homelessness

 

4i)

Report on Housing Supply pdf icon PDF 604 KB

4ii)

Report on Homelessness pdf icon PDF 436 KB

5.

Potential EU Funding Opportunities Housing and Community Development

Verbal Update

6.

Pre-Draft Consultation of the City Development Plan pdf icon PDF 212 KB

7.

Lord Mayor's Taskforce on Homelessness

8.

Report on Construction Costs - DCC New Build pdf icon PDF 437 KB

9.

Motion in the names of Cllrs James Geoghegan & Colm O'Rourke

The Housing SPC;

  • acknowledges the vote adopted by Dublin City Council on the 16th of November 2020 to vote against the resolution “That Dublin City Council notes the contents of Report 310/2020 and assents to the proposal outlined therein”;
  • urgently requests the attendance of a representative or representatives of the preferred bidder for the Oscar Traynor Road site Glenveagh Living Limited and Glenveagh Homes Limited to appear before a meeting of the SPC before the end of 2020;
  • urgently requests a copy of the report provided from the Assistant Chief Executive of Dublin City Council, Brendan Kenny, provided to the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage following the vote adopted by Dublin City Council on the 16th of November 2020;
  • urgently requests a written report and any minutes of the meeting between Assistant Chief Executive of Dublin City Council, Brendan Kenny and the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage which discussed the Oscar Traynor Road site.

 

10.

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