Ringsend

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137 Ringsend Park, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

137 Ringsend Park, Ringsend, Dublin 4 Extended three-bedroom semi with about 107sq m of living space, off-street parking and a large and sunny back g(...)

A Dublin Bus vehicle leaves Bray Dart station. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Everything should have been finished with the redesign of Dublin’s bus network – the most radical in a generation, or more – by June. However, the wor(...)

Speaking at the announcement of his candidacy in the European elections, Ciarán Cuffe said: “I want Dublin to be known for its walkability, bikeability and liveability.”

Green Party candidate in the upcoming European elections Cllr Ciarán Cuffe has said he is confident of securing a seat in the Dublin constituency desp(...)

1B Oxmantown Road, Dublin 7, sold for 7 per cent above its guide price of €410,000

1B Oxmantown Road, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7  Deceptively spacious end-of-terrace house with an all-white, open-plan ground-floor layout and two goo(...)

Sabrina Joyce Kemper (great grandniece of James Joyce) from Portmarnock protesting outside An Bord Pleanala’s hearing, in the Gresham hotel, on plans for Clonshaugh sewage plant. Photograph: Fran Veale

The location of a “monster sewage plant” and “sludge terminal” in Clonshaugh will freeze the future development of Dublin’s north fringe, Independent (...)

Irish Water is seeking permission  for a €500m sewage plant at Clonshaugh, north Dublin,  which would be the second largest sewage works in the State after the Ringsend plant in Dublin

Large Traveller populations living close to a proposed regional sewage plant will not be adversely affected by odours or vermin, Irish Water has told (...)

The Clonshaugh plant would be the second-largest sewage works in the State after the Ringsend plant in Dublin 4

More than 34,000 submissions were made in relation to the development of a new regional sewage plant for Dublin – most of which were objections to the(...)

The discharge was photographed by an amateur photographer using a drone  eight hours after the incident. Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy

The recent discharge of wastewater sludge into Dublin Bay was mainly caused by an overload at the waste water treatment plant in Ringsend, rather than(...)

At 9am last Saturday a large discharge of sewage sludge occurred at Poolbeg outfall due to a tank failure at Irish Water’s waste water treatment facility in Ringsend Poolbeg treatment facility. Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy/ DublinCityShots

Over last weekend, many people availed of the fine spring weather. For those living beside Dublin Bay, the value of the amenity was plain to see. Thou(...)

An aerial photograph taken at Poolbeg, Dublin,  shows  a large discharge was continuing at 5.45pm on Sunday  evening.  Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy/ DublinCityShots

A failure at one of the large processing tanks at Ringsend wastewater treatment plant occurred at the weekend, and caused a discharge of sewage sludge(...)

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