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There was plenty of flags and shamrocks to be seen on Irish public transport on St Patrick’s Day. Photograph: Dominic McGrath

Parents with children in tow stagger onto a waiting train at Donaghmede Dart station. At Heuston, a group of mildly inebriated tourists are trying to (...)

St James’s Wood, Kilmainham. News of fire-safety defects first came to light in December 2018. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

St James’s Wood, Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Built in 2000: News of fire-safety defects at this complex first came to light in The Irish Times in December 2(...)

Apartment owners at Hyde Square in Kilmainham have been presented with bills of almost €11,000 each for the repair of their decaying roof. Photograph: Google Earth

Hundreds of residents in boom-era apartment blocks are facing huge bills, risk of eviction and prospect of costly legal actions, an Irish Times invest(...)

From left are  Barbara Byrne, Hazel Gleeson, Mai Barrett and Joanne Tyrrell at Marrsfield Avenue apartments in Dublin. Photograph: Donall Farmer/The Irish Times

Apartment owners at a Celtic Tiger-era development in Dublin 13 are facing a bill of €826,000 to remedy serious fire-safety issues found at the block.(...)

Gardens of properties in Terenure are among those that will be affected by the BusConnects core bus corridor project. Photograph:    Nick Bradshaw

One hundred more properties in the greater Dublin area will lose part of their front gardens to clear the way for proposed bus corridors in the capita(...)

Those who may lose part of their front gardens under the plans for the new bus routes include properties on Terenure Road East. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

A further 665 homes in south and west Dublin stand to lose part of their front gardens under six core bus corridors announced by the National Transpor(...)

Residential investment sales in the capital  amounted to €930 million last year,  up 185 per cent on 2017. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The build-to-rent sector is the most vibrant part of the Irish investment market and has considerable potential for “sustained growth” over the next f(...)

Anne Graham, of the National Transport Authority, at a media briefing in November to unveil details of phase one of the BusConnects project. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

A further 80 north Dublin households could lose part of their front gardens under alternative plans now being considered by the National Transport Aut(...)

One Molesworth Street has achieved Dublin’s highest rent  at €753 per sq m. Photograph: Bryan Meade

More than €3.6 billion was invested in the Irish property market last year, according to data from BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland, with the Dublin of(...)

“It’s hard enough now, if they take the garden  I won’t be able to get the car in,” says Donnycarney resident Joseph Jordan of the BusConnects plan. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

It is just after 9.30am at Donnycarney Church on the Malahide Road, north Dublin, where buses and cars whizz by every minute. Some cyclists take to th(...)

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