Emergency plans used during Storm Ophelia will be used to provide homeless people during the Pope's visit, according to the Homeless Executive of Dublin.
Additional staff has a duty to help people seeking accommodation while members of the public can warn Housing First teams for people who sleep badly.
It comes as a group that helps homeless people in the city of Dublin, saying that many homeless people are extremely concerned about the restrictions imposed on the Pope's visit this weekend.
As I talked about RTÉ & # 39; s Today with Miriam, Glenda Harrington of the volunteer group Friends Helping Friends said that gardaí had told her that she is not allowed to feed homeless people this weekend.
Mrs. Harrington said that her group would normally distribute hot meals to 300 people on Westmoreland Street Saturday night.
She said that Gardaí advised her that it would be a safety risk and therefore she would not be allowed to set it up.
Mrs. Harrington said that some homeless people told her that they were removed from the Phoenix Park before the Pope's visit.
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Extra temporary accommodation, including apartments, is reserved for families who are homeless this weekend and according to a statement by the executive, it has been established that existing reservations at hotels and B & B's are not affected.
It adds that although it will try to accommodate families in the Dublin region, "some of the areas outside the Dublin region, as part of our additional emergency measures, will only be used when absolutely necessary".
Traders Quay Ireland, which is usually not open on a Saturday, offers meals for homeless people who are unable to go to the Capuchin Day Center on Church Street because of the Pope's visit there.
Meanwhile, hotels and Airbnb operators in the capital say that they have not noticed an exceptional increase in demand due to the visit of Pope Francis.
Many people are expected to travel to and from Dublin on the day itself for the events.
There are 15,000 foreign delegates who have already been refurbished with a range of accommodations, according to a spokesperson for the World Meeting of Families. This includes Airbnb and some university campuses.
Apart from that, a maximum of 1,500 people from economic disadvantaged areas will be accommodated with host families, the spokesman added.
An Post has delivered booklets to 144,000 homes and businesses around the Phoenix Park to advise on road closures and suspension of parking spaces.
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Road closures on Saturday mainly affect the north and south of the city from 12.00 and most reopening at 17.00.
On Sundays there are far more extensive road closures with the quays and the city center west of O & # 39; Connell Bridge from 8 am to 11 pm.
These closures will extend around the Phoenix Park to the M50, including areas such as Ballyfermot, Chapelizod, Cabra, Navan Road, Castleknock and Clonsilla.