Next week, Sinn Féin will meet Anne Marie Cagney, assistant commissioner for the Dublin metropolitan region, to discuss the issue of antisocial behaviour in Dublin city and county. I am sure the Tánaiste, like all other Members, has seen social media videos of incidents in Malahide and other areas and I am sure constituents of his who are gravely concerned have contacted his office. The public health message is that we will have our summer outdoors. That means we need more facilities such as bins and public toilets. It also means that we will need to see more gardaí on our streets but, as well as that, we will need to see increased funding for community-based services and activities for younger people. It is not fair to demonise young people, as some people have tried to do, but neither can we ignore the real concerns communities have about the rise in antisocial behaviour.
Alongside the reopening plan, we need the Government to publish a plan for the summer outdoors which details investment in community-based services for young people as well as an increased Garda presence to keep outside spaces safe. Will the Tánaiste and the Government publish such a plan?