He prefers to use youtube to mp3 converter, don't he?
Located in Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
Sculptor: Danny Osborne
Dublin is a cosmopolitan and sophisticated city. It is a city we can be proud of with its new Luas, Liffey Boardwalk and rejuvenated O'Connell Street it looks better than ever.
Now imagine a Dublin city with landscaped streets, without chewing gum, without graffiti, with no overflowing rubbish bins, with no broken paths, with no drunken revellers on our streets, no dilapidated buildings, a city with a welcoming and embracing environment, with hospitality wardens helping people, family friendly facilities, special community care and amenity projects……
Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) will transform our Capital City to reach its full potential.
For Dublin to continue to be an attractive city and to appeal to customers, visitors, residents and tenants alike in an ever increasingly competitive environment these issues must be addressed. Our local authority has limited resources to invest in its upkeep but our city needs additional cleaning services, investment to make it a more attractive environment and funds for local projects and security initiatives - ie. make the city cleaner, greener and safer.
BIDs provide a framework for local businesses to achieve a new look and feel for our Capital City.
The financial and social benefits are visible, proven and tangible across the world for businesses and community alike.