The last remaining mews buildings on St Stephen’s Green are to be sold by Dublin City Council for €620,000, against the advice of a conservation re(...)

Once a mansion: the three houses at 76-78 Parnell Street where an anarchist collective are squatting

Most of the time, you might pass the three Regency style merchant houses at the O’Connell St end of Parnell St East and think they are just another(...)

 Aungier Street:   the council has yet to complete a survey of the vacancy levels in the city, but surveys on Aungier Street indicate a likely upper floor vacancy rate of 40-60 per cent. Photograph:  Bryan O’Brien

A tax relief scheme designed to encourage the reuse of vacant city centre buildings, particularly for homes, has attracted just eight applications to (...)

The trust has largely been engaged in policy work, completing an inventory of the city under the Historic Heart of Dublin programme as well as carrying out major studies of Capel Street and others

Dublin Civic Trust is on the move after selling its headquarters in Castle Street to a US venture capital fund for just short of €900,000. However the(...)

A walk in St Stephen’s Green will be led by the head gardener, starting from the Fusiliers’ Arch at the top of Grafton St at 10.30am. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dublin Garden Squares Day, organised by the Dublin Civic Trust this Saturday, June 20th is a fantastic opportunity to explore the natural and built he(...)

The mews buildings to the rear of 14/15 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

The sale of the last two remaining Georgian mews buildings on St Stephen’s Green has reached “preferred bidder” status at a price rumoured to be more (...)

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

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

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(...)