Naas Community College out for tender, School to be built

Naas Community College has finally been granted permission by the Department of Education to proceed to tender. This means the new school building can proceed at Millennium Park and is a great relief to parents, teachers, management and the entire school community. The school started enrollment in 2014 and has Continue Reading →

Extra Capacity for Sallins and Maynooth trains

I recently questioned the Taoiseach on the need for better public transport for the greater Dublin area.  Currently the car parks at the Sallins and Naas station are averaging 165% to 175% capacity and other stations in the area experience similar problems.  With the car parks operating so far over Continue Reading →

M7 Widening to Begin January 6th

I can confirmed that work has begun in earnest for the widening of the M7 motorway. The works have begun on the M7 at Johnstown to the Naas South exit which will see the motorway expanded and the Sallins bypass installed. The works will fully begin on January 6th. This Continue Reading →

If Naas adapts it will thrive; Leinster Leader

Below is the full picece published in the Leinster Leader on 31st October. The article published in the Leader was an abridged version, which can be read by expanding the image to the left. Last February I wrote a piece for the Leader outlining the challenges facing Naas as a Continue Reading →

Calls for clarity in Waterways car park, Sallins , as clamping increases

In the past week alone I have been contacted by many commuters who have been unfairly clamped. These car parks have been used for commuters at Sallins train station for many years, including myself. I understand the arrangement had worked well while providing convenience and capacity to the train station. Continue Reading →