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

Receivers acting for Nama have been advised by Dublin City Council to rethink their €150 million plans for the redevelopment of the historic Boland(...)

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.

The €1.8 million expansion of the Grafton Street repaving scheme to the streets to its west, some of which are open to traffic, is scheduled to begin (...)

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

Three large vacant sites totalling more than 30 hectares have been advertised by Dublin City Council for its first major housing development progra(...)

Wholesalers aren’t opposed to the introduction of retail, said one trader, they are concerned because they think the council’s designs are ‘unworkable’

Wholesale traders at Dublin’s Victorian fruit and vegetable market have said their businesses will not survive plans to redevelop the building as a co(...)

More than one-third of revenues for retailers in Dublin city come from public transport users and walkers.

Public transport users spend more than twice as much as car users in Dublin city shops according to new research from the National Transport Authority(...)

The new path will be the first section of the planned Sutton to Sandycove cycleway to be built. Photograph: The Irish Times

Construction of the “missing link” of the Dublin Bay cycle path is to start in six weeks time, more than a decade since planning of the route began.Du(...)

The new menu will focus on serving hot drinks, baked items and cakes rather than hot food. Photograph: The Irish Times

Plans for a redevelopment of Bewley’s Cafe on Grafton Street, costing more than €1 million, have been lodged with Dublin City Council ahead of the ca(...)

The Grand Canal near Harold’s Cross, where plans to build more than 200 apartments at the former St Clare’s convent and Bethany orphanage have been lodged with Dublin City Council. Photograph: Alan Betson

Plans to build more than 200 apartments at the former St Clare’s convent and Bethany orphanage, protected structures in Harold’s Cross, have been lod(...)

Four route options have been developed, three of which involve a two-way riverside path along the north quays of the Liffey

Plans for a segregated cycle route along the river Liffey in Dublin city, from Heuston station and the Phoenix Park in the west to the Point Village (...)

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly has called on homelessness campaigner Fr Peter McVerry to be more positive after Fr McVerry described the  Government’s social housing plans as ‘Alice in Wonderland politics’. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly has called on social justice campaigner Fr Peter McVerry to be more positive in his comments on the housing an(...)