Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe said the seven days of strike action planned by bus drivers’ unions next month was “disproportionate and unprecedented”. He was speaking during the announcement of the 10 millionth journey on a Dublin Bikes scheme bicycle. 1:21

The seven days of strike action planned by bus drivers’ unions next month has been described as “disproportionate and unprecedented” by Minister for T(...)

The Derelict Sites Register was set up under legislation in 1990 to stop property owners from neglecting buildings and sites

Derelict properties worth a combined total of €15 million have been identified at 46 locations in Dublin city. The council is investigating 630 sites (...)

Derek Douglas, a painter with Dublin City Council, in the  fruit and vegetable market in the city centre which has received approval to be turned into a continental-style food market. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The €3 million redevelopment of Dublin’s Victorian fruit and vegetable market as a continental-style food market has been approved by Dublin city cou(...)

Call for Dublin City Council to lower the minimum apartment size and allow studio apartments for renters.

Claims that Dublin City Council’s apartment standards were holding back development were “simplistic, premature” and based on a superficial analysis,(...)

Garth Brooks in Croke Park in January. The American country singer had planned to play five concerts at Croke Park later this month. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan has agreed to appear before an Oireachtas transport and communications committee next Tuesday to discu(...)

Computer-generated impression of the finished project: a €3 million construction project of the market is due to begin later this year.

Plans for the redevelopment of Dublin’s Victorian fruit and vegetable market as a continental-style food market are to (...)

A view of the façade treatment by Grafton Architects and OMP of the proposed ESB headquarters on Lower Fitzwilliam Street in Dublin

Dublin city councillors are being advised by management to amend the city plan to facilitate a controversial scheme by the ESB to redevelop its headqu(...)

Deputy city planner John O’Hara (right): said Dublin City Council is responding to demand for houses in the city and for the need to kick-start development. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dublin City Council has changed its development policies in relation to two major land banks to the north and west of the city to allow the constructi(...)

Dublin City Council secured €80,000 and made emergency repairs to just one building, Aldborough House on Portland Row, an 18th-century mansion that had sustained considerable water damage due to the theft of roof lead. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

A building conservation fund of almost €700,000 will be available to owners of historic buildings in Dublin city this year.It will be the first time i(...)

Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin was developed in the early 19th  century. Householders have exclusive access to small park.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A scheme to bring the historic houses of Dublin’s south Georgian core back into use is to be introduced by Dublin City Council. The council has assess(...)