Council workers attempt to stabilise number 30 North Frederick Street which is part of Dublin’s Georgian fabric in need of refurbishment. Photograph: The Irish Times

Dublin’s endangered Georgian houses have effectively been excluded from a new tax relief scheme designed to regenerate the historic core of city centr(...)

Derelict mews buildings at the rear of the Little Museum on St Stephen’s Green Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times 1:58

The last two remaining Georgian mews buildings on St Stephen’s Green are being offered for sale by Dublin City Council despite calls from Dublin Ci(...)

The rear of 30 North Great Frederick Street which is in danger of falling down. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times 5:34

A historic Georgian guesthouse and social club in Dublin city centre, frequented by Michael Collins, James Joyce and other political and cultural figu(...)

Kevin St Garda station, Dublin 8: the building is on the site of a medieval palace in one of Dublin’s most historic quarters. Photograph: Dave Meehan

In 2014, 21 Garda Stations were sold or sale agreed by the Office of Public Works (OPW), taking in more than €1,800,000 in total. Sixteen were assi(...)

Test of time: the ravaged interior of the Iveagh Markets on Dublin’s Francis Street. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill 2:46

The Iveagh Markets are one of the most striking historic landmarks in the Liberties area of Dublin. The markets were commissioned by Edward Cecil Guin(...)

61 and 62 Thomas Street, Dublin 8. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin City Council has extended permission for a modern office block on the site of two Georgian houses on Thomas Street, against the advice of its (...)

"It's a beautiful house with a great sense of space": Kevin Desmond's Georgian house on Synge Street, in Dublin 8, was divided into nine pre-'63 bedsits before he restored it to its former glory

When Kevin Desmond bought this Georgian house, on Synge Street, in Dublin 8, it was divided into nine pre-’63 bedsits. And although he has renovate(...)

Dublin City Council has identified more than 300 streets with antique granite kerbs, flagstones, or cobblestones needing protection. Photograph: Eric Luke

Spatulas and warm water are to replace jackhammers as the tools of the trade for construction and utility maintenance workers in historic parts(...)

A plan to reduce traffic lanes and remove parking spaces from the Liffey quays, and to create a new pedestrian and cycling boulevard, will be presente(...)

The Irish Georgian Society, Dublin Civic Trust and several other heritage organisations had called for the extension of the Living City Initiative  to the capital soon after it was announced last year.

Tax incentives for the regeneration of Dublin’s historic buildings are to be introduced, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said. Mr Noonan annou(...)