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The most expensive vacant site in Dublin is the former Player Wills cigarette factory on the South Circular Road, valued at €23.8 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Vacant sites worth more than €430 million, which could be used for the development of thousands of houses, have been identified across Dublin city and(...)

Brian O’Driscoll evades Scotland’s Andy Craig, in the Six Nations match, at Murrayfield. Last year’s profits pushed the accumulated profits at his ODM & Promotions Ltd to €5.954m. Photograph: Eric Luke

The main firm owned by former international rugby player Brian O’Driscoll last year recorded profits of €880,913. It pushed the accumulated profits (...)

Apple has abandoned plans to build an €850 million data centre in Athenry, Co Galway. Photograph: Collins Courts
Failure to plan

Apple’s decision in May to abandon plans for an €850 million data centre in Athenry, Co Galway, has highlighted what many believe are profound problem(...)

Ikea is reported to be keen on a site in Carrickmines. Photograph: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann
What’s hot in the burbs

The highest suburban retail and office rents in Dublin are on the southside – with Sandyford and Dundrum setting the pace – but travel a little furthe(...)

The Supreme Court has overturned planning permission for a Co Clare wind farm. File photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images.

The Supreme Court has overturned planning permission for a Co Clare wind farm due to An Bord Pleanála’s failure to make “complete, definitive and prec(...)

Planning permission for an Islamic prayer and cultural centre in Swords, north Co Dublin, has been approved. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Planning permission for an Islamic prayer and cultural centre in Swords, north Co Dublin, has been approved by Fingal County Council. Members of the(...)

Poolbeg incinerator: Covanta says there is no long-term plan to import waste. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There is one irrefutable assertion that applies to large, modern incinerators: they are ferocious consumers of raw materials. In the case of Covanta’s(...)

An environmental specialist said that although the increase in trucks is a justifiable concern, overall the plant is not having a negative impact. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The potential expansion of Dublin’s Poolbeg incinerator has met with mixed reaction in Sandymount. The operators of the plant have sought talks with(...)

Shoppers at Kildare Village: approximately 60 per cent of tax-free sales at Kildare Village last year were made by visitors from China

Kildare Village, which is still awaiting the outcome of an appeal over its planned €50 million expansion, is looking to woo more Chinese tourists to t(...)

 Marc Carroll  and Sharon Brerton outside their log cabin   in Raheny,  Dublin. Photograph:James Forde

Dublin City Council is to consider allowing the temporary construction of log cabins in back gardens for people to live in as the housing crisis conti(...)

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