The Richmond Asylum, built in the 19th century from Dublin calp limestone with granite details

The Richmond Asylum is the oldest surviving building on the site for the Dublin Institute of Technology campus at Grangegorman, Dublin. Built to de(...)

Students are due to move to the new consolidated campus on the site of the former St Brendan’s hospital in the northwest inner city in September. Photograph: Frank Miller

Residents around Grangegorman, Dublin, have accused a State development agency of breaching planning permission for the new DIT campus, just a month (...)

Part of the site at Grangegorman and Broadstone in Dublin which is to be redeveloped to become home to the Dublin Institute of Technology. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Almost 5,700 jobs will be created through the relocation of the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and associat(...)

Following more than a decade of delays and false dawns, 10,000 students from the institute’s constituent colleges are to move to a new consolidated campus on the site of the former St Brendan’s Hospital in the northwest inner city by 2017.

The European Investment Bank is to advance €110 million for the first phase of construction of the new Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) campus at (...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin announced the project last year as the part of the Government’s €2.25 billion infrastructure stimulus package

The National Development Finance Agency is looking for a developer to build a €200 million campus at Grangegorman for the Dublin Institute of Technolo(...)