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Brent geese at Clontarf seafront: Crekav says the residents’ case could affect plans to develop the lands. Photograph: Alan Betson

An action aimed at having lands in Dublin earmarked for a major housing development designated as a special area of conservation is to be fast-tracked(...)

People protesting in January 2018 against a new development planned beside St Anne’s Park, Dublin. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The developer behind controversial plans for 536 houses and apartments beside St Anne’s Park in Raheny has lodged a new application for more than 650 (...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy is  said to be examining how to further restrict possibilities for local objections. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Developers seeking to avail of fast-track planning may be given just one year to start building or risk losing their permission. Minister for Housing(...)

Cross Avenue on which Chesterfield House is located. Photograph: Google Street View

A “fatal” error that meant a developer failed to publish online a report about bats has resulted in a judge quashing planning permission for more than(...)

The average indicative cost of the apartments will be €327,888

The Marlet group is proposing to provide 36 apartments for social housing to a Dublin local authority at an estimated cost of €11.8 million. The aver(...)

  People protesting in January last year against  a new development planned beside St Anne’s Park, Dublin. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A fresh application to build more than 500 homes on playing pitches beside St Anne’s Park in Raheny, north Dublin has been submitted to An Bord Pleaná(...)

 Carmel Raymond and her daughter Una at St Anne’s Park, Dublin: says it would be the “beginning of the end” should the development ever proceed.

Walking down the main avenue of St Anne’s Park in north Dublin, Carmel Raymond is visibly exercised at the prospect of hundreds of apartments emerging(...)

Residents protesting in January over a plan to build more than 500 housing units on playing pitches next to St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times.

Controversial plans for more than 500 homes to be built on playing pitches beside St Anne’s Park in north Dublin have been turned down by An Bord Plea(...)

In the High Court , Mr Justice David Barniville said he would “remit” the planning application by Crekav Trading to An Bord Pleanála, which will allow it to reconsider its decision.

A residents’ group campaigning against the construction of more than 500 homes on playing pitches beside St Anne’s Park in north Dublin has said it fe(...)

A section of the crowd who turned up in January to protest against the application by Crekav Trading GP Ltd to build 536 residential units on playing fields at St Anne’s Park. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A residents group campaigning against the development of more than 500 homes on playing pitches beside St Anne’s Park in north Dublin has said it is d(...)

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