The council is to demolish all of the more than 300 flats in the complex, most of which are  empty, and to rebuild less housing on the site. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Dublin City Council to spend €12.5 million on social housing regeneration scheme

An anti-water charge protest in Dublin city centre. Two  councillors will not be asked to repay the costs of “excessive usage ” of council printing facilities to produce anti-water charge leaflets. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

PBP’s Tina MacVeigh and John Lyons printed some 140,000 anti-water charge leaflets

Figures obtained from Dublin City Council’s engineering department, but applying across Dublin region - which takes in one-third of the State’s population - show water usage was at its peak last September, which was to be the last month of free water. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

When charges were first to apply in October, use fell 20m litres daily in Dublin region

Of 2,697 homes planned for city, 1,722 will be built by council or housing bodies. Photograph: Thinkstock

Social housing building schemes working to take people off city council’s housing list

Plans for a segregated cycle route along the river Liffey in Dublin city  will be available for public consultation from next week. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

Segregated cycleway will run from Heuston rail station to Point Village

The GAA wants to use council-owned land to create a new main entrance to Croke Park (above, background) from Ballybough Road. The land is currently occupied by part of the Croke Villas estate, a 1960s flat complex on Sackville Avenue (above). File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Deal on stadium development agreed but requires approval of Minister for the Environment

Boland’s Mill: the concerns largely relate to the “architectural quality” of the new residential building, which planners say is not of the same standard as the two office blocks

Dublin City Council raises concerns about ‘architectural quality’ of project for historic site

The work is part of the Grafton Street Quarter Public Realm Plan published in October 2013, which envisages a €14 million investment over three years.

Council issuing tenders for repaving Chatham, Balfe and Harry Street

The Kilmore site, just east of the port tunnel entrance. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Expressions of interest sought from investors and those in construction by Friday

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