The report by Codema  found 48 per cent of rental properties had a Building Energy Rating of D or lower

Almost half of rented houses and apartments in Dublin city have low energy ratings putting their tenants at risk of fuel poverty, according to a Dubl(...)

 Construction  on Dublin’s northside docklands. Photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times

Planning permission has been sought for the first phase of one of the largest developments planned for Dublin’s docklands under Dublin City Council’(...)

 The cranes are back and construction around the docklands continues on North Wall Quay.  Photograph: Sara Freund

Last year, with the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) not quite cold in its grave, An Bord Pleanála approved Dublin City Council’s plans f(...)

Irish Water is calling customers to remind them to pay the charges due

Irish Water has started calling customers who have failed to make any payments on their first two utility bills to remind them to pay the charges. Ir(...)

 Minister for Education  Jan O’Sullivan and  Prof Brian Norton, president of DIT, at the DIT Grangegorman campus. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Dublin City Council says it has “serious concerns” about the quality of a proposed seven-storey, 132-bed student accommodation block designed to serv(...)

Computer-generated image of the new TCD business campus

Trinity College Dublin has been granted permission for a €70 million business school on the Pearse Street side of its campus. The development will inc(...)

The largest allocation was in Dublin city where some 330 homeless families and individuals were housed. Photograph: Getty Images

At least half of all social housing available in Dublin city and county is to be allocated to homeless people until the end of next January in an atte(...)

The Dublin Housing Supply Task Force said there was enough zoned land in the greater Dublin area to meet housing demand for the next six years. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

More State investment is needed in Dublin city than in the other three Dublin local authority areas combined in order to make priority zoned lands us(...)

Almost 100,000 new homes could be built on available zoned land across Dublin, the report states. File photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

State funding of €165 million is needed to allow the zoned land in Dublin city and county be developed for housing, according to an unpublished Govern(...)

Developers have been given  permission  to build somewhere between 18,000 and 20,000 homes in Dublin

Last year the State’s Housing Agency calculated the number of homes that would be needed in Dublin over a five-year period – a minimum of 37,700, risi(...)