Someone looking for a site on which to build a new house in an established Dublin suburb will get an opportunity to buy one early in March. Lisney i(...)

The case now looks set to go to a full trial and Mr Justice Brian McGovern has scheduled it for May 3rd in the High Court

O’Flynn Capital Partners’s (OFCP) High Court challenge to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s decision to refuse planning for a €75 million housin(...)

The Dún Laoghaire baths are among the projects that will benefit from a new EU fund for Irish urban regeneration projects. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Some 19 towns and cities, previously designated as “gateways” and “hubs” under the National Spatial Strategy, are to benefit from a €40 million EU fun(...)

Dún Laoghaire: The contrast with the waterfront, transformed in the past few years, is stark, leading to the town being dubbed: Monaco at the front, Beirut at the back. Photograph: Eric Luke

Attempts to revive the declining fortunes of Dún Laoghaire’s town centre proposed by the Dún Laoghaire BID (Business Improvement District) company are(...)

The developer will put in place infrastructure ahead of plans for an initial 1,400 apartments next year

Planning permission will be sought this week for the first stage of a €2 billion town centre development at Cherrywood in south Dublin that w(...)

The planning inquiry was told that while there were 29 protected structures within the harbour, the harbour itself was not a protected structure. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council allocated €1.5 million towards the planning costs of a large-scale cruise berth in Dún Laoghaire harbour in the (...)

New plan for Dun Laoghaire:  the historic baths have been idle for almost 20 years

The long-awaited redevelopment of Dún Laoghaire’s derelict Victorian baths got the green light on Monday after councillors voted for the go-ahead of t(...)

Travellers provide negative reassurance that a culture deeply shaped by mass migration, and utterly neurotic about its sense of home, is “settled”. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

If Travellers did not exist, Irish society would have to invent them. How else could the rest of us possibly be described as “settled people”? It esca(...)

The entrance to the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Council Ballyogan Depot car park, on the Ballyogan Road, where a temporary halting site for the survivors of the Carrickmines fire is being set up. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

The 15 people left homeless by the Carrickmines fire in south Dublin earlier this month have moved into a temporary site provided for them by Dún Laog(...)

The scene at Rockville Drive off the Glenamuck Road where the proposed site to house Travellers is located. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Strong opposition from residents has forced Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to abandon a plan to provide emergency accommodation at Rockville Dr(...)