Ballsbridge

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Developer Bartra claims its shared living scheme addresses the needs of a number of societal groups that are not catered for by standard accommodation models.

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light for a controversial €25 million co-living scheme in Ballsbridge by leading property developer, Bartra Prope(...)

No 40, Herbert Park, in Dublin 4, was the home of Michael Joseph O’Rahilly, known as The O’Rahilly, the only leader of the 1916 Rising to die in battle. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A High Court judge will decide later whether an invalidity identified by him in An Bord Pleanála’s permission for a development in Ballsbridge can be (...)

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar: “In a world in which investment, wealth and talent are increasingly mobile, we will have to consider how to retain and attract talented people who, more and more, will be able to choose where they base themselves.” Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

Ireland’s personal tax rates will be a “major disincentive” when competing for highly mobile remote workers, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said. The Mini(...)

Facebook Ireland employees, who are eligible, can relocate full-time to France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland, the Netherlands and the UK, he said. Photograph: iStock

Facebook employees can work abroad for 20 days of the year, the head of its Irish operation has said. The news comes after the social media giant yes(...)

Charity fundraiser Peter Conlon accepts he is responsible for Pembroke Dynamic’s debts of up to €2 million. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A High Court action by the liquidator of collapsed charities fundraising service Pembroke Dynamic against the platform’s founder and former managing d(...)

Laurence Campbell with a bust that was the last work he submitted to the Royal Hibernian Academy annual exhibition. If Frank Beatty, a barrister, was indeed the sitter, then why had a portrait been commissioned? Photograph: Courtesy of RHA

In May 1955, sculptor Laurence Campbell showed a bust titled Frank Beatty, Esq, at the annual exhibition of the Royal Hibernian Academy. It was not fo(...)

The organisers of the Black Lives Matter protest in Dublin last summer will not face prosecution, An Garda Síochána has said. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The organisers of the Black Lives Matter protest in Dublin last summer, attended by thousands during a Covid-19 lockdown, will not face prosecution, A(...)

Sod that: Deputy mayor of Fingal Robert O’Donoghue, Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien and mayor of Fingal David Healy at the sod-turning on a new social and affordable housing scheme at Dun Emer, Lusk, Co Dublin. Photograph:  Damien Eagers/The Irish Times

In a surprise development on Friday, Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien was handed a shovel but, despite his best efforts, he was unable to dig hims(...)

Shelbourne Plaza in Ringsend, Dublin 4: In 2017, Chartered Land bought the block of apartments and sold them on to the council for €24.5 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The prospect of restoring developers’ “Part V” housing contribution to 20 per cent will result in more homes being available for those on lower income(...)

Matheson has signed a 12-year lease on the 12,355sq m (133,000sq ft) building, called Riverside IV, on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay.

Irish Life has agreed to sell a Dublin docklands building where law firm Matheson has its headquarters to the real-estate arm of German asset manager (...)

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