The modern offices of An Bord Pleanála at City Square on Marlborough Street, Dublin 1

A Dublin city centre office investment with a long-term State tenant in place is set to trigger competitive bidding among a broad spectrum of investor(...)

Mr Justice Seamus Noonan in the High Court has rejected a challenge by local residents aimed at overturning  permission for a scrap metal processing facility, waste storage facility and quayside storage at Cork Dockyard, Rushbrooke Commercial Park, Cobh. File photograph:  Auscape/UIG via Getty Images

The High Court has dismissed a challenge to An Bord Pleanála’s grant of permission for construction of a scrap metal processing facility at the former(...)

 John Brennan, who said  Jurys Inn Group had “outperformed the market” by 2 or 3 per cent for the past few years. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Jurys Inn hotel brand is to be extended to a further eight properties in the UK owned by Lone Star’s Amaris Hospitality division, as part of a £10(...)

The proposed construction at Dún Laoghaire harbour poses “real and significant risks to the stability of the harbour piers”, according to a submission by Water Wags Sailing Club. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dún Laoghaire Harbour Company’s planned €18 million berth for cruise ships could cause a “catastrophic failure” of the 200-year-old piers because o(...)

Work begins on the demolition of the Clydagh Bridge near Moycullen in Co Galway on Tuesday. Photograph: Shayna Davidson

Workmen have begun demolishing a 19 Century bridge in Co Galway after efforts by some local residents to preserve the structure failed. The Clydagh B(...)

The new Metro North line is substantially similar to the metro plan shelved by the Government in 2011 - but will cost €1 billion less, Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has said. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times 2:40

Metro North, the high-speed rail link from Dublin city centre to Dublin Airport and Swords, is to go ahead at a cost of €2.4 billion - but will take m(...)

Plans for underground Dart scrapped

For decades there have been various plans put forward aimed at creating an integrated high-capacity public transport service for Dublin. However, thes(...)

Proposals to integrate Dublin’s disparate rail services have been kicking around for a century or more.

Proposals to integrate Dublin’s disparate rail services have been kicking around for a century or more. But the latest plan – branded “Dart Undergroun(...)

A general view in the area of Navan’s main square, in Co Meath. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

An Bord Pleanála’s refusal to grant planning permission for a nine-screen cinema, cafe and several retail units in Navan, Co Meath, is to be challen(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn. His company O’Flynn Capital Partners says the decision to refuse permission for 168 homes in Cabinteely was driven by bias and rooted in a row over an access road

Michael O’Flynn’s latest High Court case promises to be an interesting one. The developer, who successfully fought off global investment fund, Blackst(...)