Opened in 1923, the Stella had the capacity to hold 1,283 cinema-goers. Now being sold, it also boasted a ballroom and was the hub of the social scene in the southeast inner city.  File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Behind a small and inauspicious shopfront on Rathmines Road, distinguished only by its slightly bizarre brick-effect grated facade, lies what was once(...)

Up to April 1st this year, 105 homes had been built or acquired by Dublin City Council and the not-for profit housing sector. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The number of permanent social homes due to be provided in Dublin city this year is set drop by more than half on 2015, according to figures from Dubl(...)

Bernard McNamara: The Dublin Docklands Development Authority and the receiver to his company, Gendsong, last year offered €2.5m to the residents to part-fund the work. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A plan to allow developer Bernard McNamara fix the fire safety defects at Longboat Quay, the Dublin docklands apartment complex he built in 2006, is c(...)

Irish Planning Institute president Deirdre Fallon: independence essential to ensure “planning mistakes of the past” are not repeated

Appointing an independent planning regulator, and a full minister for housing and planning, must be priorities of the next government, the Irish Plan(...)

Dublin City Council on Tuesday presented plans to local councillors for the demolition of the last four remaining blocks of O’Devaney Gardens  flats, fully clearing the  site to make way for a new development of some 400 homes. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The last residents of O’Devaney Gardens, a flat complex close to the Phoenix Park, have said they were not told by Dublin City Council of its plans to(...)

An artist’s impression Dublin City Centre around the Dame Street area showing the pedestrian space in front of Trinity College if Dublin City Council’s plans for College Green go ahead.

Business organisations have raised concerns about plans for the creation of a pedestrian and cycle plaza at Dublin’s College Green. The new civic s(...)

O’Devaney Gardens, off the North Circular Road, Dublin. The photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Plans for the development of the first phase of more than 1,300 homes to be built on 30 hectares of vacant Dublin City Council-owned land will be fina(...)

 Frankfort Cottages, Killarney Street, in Dublin, where Dublin City Council displayed a poster with CCTV images of people caught dumping litter in the lane. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Data Protection Commissioner has contacted Dublin City Council over its use of images of people captured on CCTV illegally dumping household waste(...)

An artist’s impression of the plans for the pedestrianisation of College Green in Dublin.

Motorists and bus passengers will face major changes to their daily commute to Dublin city centre, following the creation of the pedestrian and cycle (...)

 Construction under way at Pelletstown, between the River Tolka and the Royal Canal. Photograph: Alan Betson

A €65 million plan to build hundreds of homes along the Royal Canal in Dublin has been appealed to An Bord Pleanála by a group representing about 4,0(...)