An analysis of bus journeys on the north and south quays showed substantial time savings.

Bus journey times along Dublin’s Liffey quays have been reduced by up to 45 per cent following the introduction of restrictions on cars, according to (...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy marks the completion of social housing at Charlemont Street in Dublin.

Plans for a new affordable housing scheme, allowing lower-income households to buy homes at a discount, will be announced in the next two weeks, Minis(...)

Charlemont Street regeneration: residents look on from the old complex in the shadow of the new development. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Residents of the old Tom Kelly flats, on Charlemont Street in central Dublin, will move into their new homes next month, more than 20 years after the (...)

Christopher Comerford, who spent many years homeless, pictured in his apartment in  Dublin city centre.  Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A shortage of one-bedroom homes in Dublin is stalling delivery on a key commitment in the Government’s plans to tackle rough-sleeping and homelessness(...)

“It’s inequitable. New apartments at Lansdowne Place in Ballsbridge have prices ranging from €825,000 to €6.5 million. The property tax on €6.5 million is €16,000 a year,” said Paddy McCartan. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Dublin local authorities stand to lose in the region of €30 million by 2019 in Local Property Tax (LPT) foregone on new homes, figures compiled by Dub(...)

Economist Ronan Lyons estimates that Ireland has about 500,000 less apartments than it should have for the size of its population.

The State’s housing crisis stems from a shortage of apartments, not houses, economist and author of the Daft.ie report Ronan Lyons has claimed. The d(...)

Traffic on Bachelor’s Walk in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European Car-Free Day took place on Friday and Dublin’s streets were a haven for walkers, cyclists and public transport users. Only joking - traffic (...)

The number of cyclists in Dublin city has more than doubled in the past six years

The number of cyclists in Dublin city has more than doubled in the past six years, with more than 95,000 people using their bikes in the capital every(...)

LDC Developments was refused permission for 69 apartments on the 1.1 acre former Royal Oak pub site on the N2. The company is awaiting an appeal decision from An Bord Pleanála

LDC Developments, a company associated with Margaret Scully, wife of Karl Scully who developed properties predominantly in north Dublin during the Cel(...)

 Gardaí at the scene where three young children and a woman were rushed to hospital following a fire at Tyrone Place Apartments in Inchicore, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The inquiry into a fire that has left a mother and one of her three children critically ill is criminal in nature, as the Garda believes the blaze wa(...)