Dublin City Council has said it considers the youth club’s bingo night a ‘serious contravention of the lease’. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Residents living opposite a north Dublin youth centre that has been operating an unlicensed bingo hall are opposing the development of a primary care (...)

The uprooted  tree on Northbrook Road, Ranelagh, Dublin. Photograph:  Tom Honan

Three trees on the southside of Dublin city, 60ft-70ft in height and up to 100-years-old, had to be removed by a specialist tree surgeon in the afterm(...)

Oscar Traynor Road 17-hectare site to the east of the Port Tunnel: 640 homes are planned, with a mix of private, social and affordable housing. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A developer is to be sought within weeks to build more than 600 homes on land owned by Dublin City Council in Santry in the north of the city. It will(...)

 National Bus and Rail Union’s Dermot O’Leary: claims “substantial core routes will become nothing more than feeder buses for an already overcrowded Dart and Luas service”.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Entire housing estates in Dublin will lose bus routes, and be reduced to peak-time services only, under plans for the reorganisation of the Dublin Bus(...)

The former Screen Cinema flanked by College House (right) and Hawkins House (at rear), in Dublin city. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Redevelopment plans for the former Screen Cinema in Dublin would create an “overbearing and imposing mass of office building” and have a negative impa(...)

It has  emerged that  a north Dublin youth service has been running an unauthorised weekly bingo night for decades. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin city councillors are seeking an urgent audit of organisations using council property after it emerged a north Dublin youth service has been run(...)

The proposed design for the site of Warrenstown House, a former HSE site in Blanchardstown.

Plans for a large-scale mosque in west Dublin, including an 29 metre (95ft) tall minaret, have been appealed to An Bord Pleanála over fears the call t(...)

A litter bin on George’s Quay in Dublin city centre

Dubliners will soon be able to use their smart phones to report overflowing street bins for emptying to the city council. QR code tags are currently (...)

Dublin City Council is currently investigating 40 complaints about properties being used illegally as short-term lets for visitors. File photograph: Getty Images

Dublin City Council is currently investigating 40 complaints about properties being used illegally as short-term lets for visitors. The council’s pl(...)

Traffic flows on the M50 are rising every year and now exceed 120,000 vehicles per day. Photograph: Alan Betson

Given the abject failure of previous efforts to sketch a credible spatial strategy for Ireland, it is perhaps not surprising that there has been scant(...)