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WAV16 opened less than three weeks ago and we have already issued an impressive 163 Provisional Grant Offers of up to €10,000 each.

All available funding for the Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Grant Scheme 2016 has been provisionally offered. Therefore, a waiting list system has been introduced on the same first come first served basis.

Should an applicant with a provisional offer not meet the requirements of the Scheme as outlined in the Provisional Grant Offer Letter, we will contact the next applicant on the waiting list in order.  There are currently 23 applicants on the waiting list.

We have already processed an impressive 132 applications for the Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Grant Scheme 2016 and issued 111 Provisional Grant Offers of up to €10,000 each. This Scheme is “first come, first served” and will close for applications when the funding is spent or 28 October, whichever comes first!

Download and read the detail contained in these documents before you apply for the WAV16 Scheme – available on our website at the Forms and Guides page:

  1. Application Form WAV16A for the 2016 Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Grant Scheme
    2. Terms and Conditions for WAV16 Grant Scheme 2016
    3. Information Guide for WAV16 (Information for Grant Scheme Applicants 2016)

College Green Trinity 2016-04-04

The National Transport Authority has been working closely with Dublin City Council to plan new traffic management measures at College Green and surrounding streets.

The proposals envisage a new civic plaza in College Green and accommodate Luas Cross City movements in both directions, past the front of Trinity College.

Dublin City Council is inviting submissions on these proposals from interested parties, the public consultation closes on May 24th 2016.

Click here for full details on the consultation and how to make a submission

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