Last month saw the opening of the new tearoom in Harold’s Cross Park. The new cafe, operated by Noshington Café, sees the reuse of an existing structure, dating from 1943, which had been unused for many years. The cafe will be open 7 days a week throughout the year and is located at the western end of the park, facing Mount Jerome. It was designed by City Architects and represents the first in a series of new cafes and tearooms planned for the city by DCC Parks and Landscape Services Division.
13.08.2014Homeless Services, Parkgate Hall
For the past year, the homeless services provided by Dublin City Council have been based at Parkgate Hall, Conyngham Road. Here, a number of previously dispersed services are available to those in need as part of an integrated hub. In advance of their relocation to Parkgate Hall, City Architects carried out a number of alterations to the building to meet the services’ requirements.