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Local Community Development Committee

The Dublin City LCDC was established in 2014 ‘for the purposes of developing, coordinating and implementing a coherent and integrated approach to local and community development’ across the city.

It is a statutory body with membership drawn from Dublin City Council, State agencies, the Community and Voluntary sector and the private sector. The LCDC is responsible for the development, preparation, implementation, monitoring and review of the community elements of the Dublin City Local Economic and Community Plan (LECP). It has a general role in coordinating local and community development programmes and reducing duplication.

The Dublin City LCDC also co-ordinates, plans and oversees the local and community development funding, namely the Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP). It aims to tackle poverty, social exclusion and long-term unemployment through local engagement and partnership between disadvantaged individuals, community organisations, and public sector agencies.

Membership of the LCDC will be reviewed every three years to ensure it is relevant to the work of the committee.

There is a minimum of six meetings per year. Meetings are held on a monthly basis on the last Thursday of every month at 3.00pm in the Housing Conference Boardroom, Civic Offices. Generally there are no meetings in August.

Role of the PPN Representative:

  • Attends and participates at the committee they were elected to.
  • Represents the views and concerns of members to the relevant policy committee
  • Represents all the members of the PPN and not just their own group
  • Feeds back to the PPN membership through reports, presentations and meetings (linkage meetings

Dates for 2017 Meetings:

26th January @ 3pm

30th March @ 3pm

25th May @ 3pm

27th July @ 3pm

28th September @ 3pm

30th November @ 3pm

The Dublin City PPN Representatives on the LCDC