16th July 2008
St. Michael's Estate Regeneration Team launch their Website and Online petition calling
on the government and Dublin City Council to regenerate the 14 acre site at St Michaels urgently.
Please click here to sign our on-line petition.
30th June 2008
The three devastated communities protest again outside City Hall to coincide with the
inauguration of Dublin's new Lord Mayor.
16th June 2008
St. Michaels Estate, O'Devany Gardens and Dominick Street acts out the funeral scene of James
Joyce's Ulysses and create a visually stunning piece of protest art called "Bloomsday Doomsday".
9th June 2008
St. Michaels Estate, O'Devany Gardens and Dominick Street take to the streets dressed in black
and had a funeral procession to reflect the death of their hopes and dreams, the procession
started from the Smithfield area of Dublin along the Quays and on up to Cityhall.
26th May 2008
St. Michaels Regeneration Team calls for citywide solidarity and takes to the
street outside Cityhall to protest for their regeneration
19th May 2008
Dublin City Council announces the Collapse of the Public Private Partnership Project in St.
Michaels Estate to the St. Michaels Estate Regeneration Board.
Please sign our on-line petition to get St Michaels Estate 14 acres site regenerated!
Bloomsday Protest, 16th June.