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ESB wants to build a 75MW plant at Poolbeg, one of several gas-burning generators the energy group intends building in Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

State-owned ESB has temporarily shelved plans for a €500 million electricity generator at Poolbeg in Dublin to focus on building a smaller power plant(...)

A computer generated image of the development proposed for the former Player Wills and Bailey Gibson site on Dublin’s South Circular Road. The project is being developed by US real estate group Hines and its Dutch joint venture partners, APG Asset Management.

US real estate group Hines and its Dutch joint venture partners, APG Asset Management, will submit a fast-track planning application to An Bord Pleaná(...)

 The council failed to implement a linguistic provision which was attached to An Bord Pleanála’s planning permission for a housing development, an inquiry found. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Kerry County Council was responsible for a “serious breach” of planning law when it failed to implement a language condition designed to protect the l(...)

 Plans for the Irish Glass Bottle site provide for 3,500 homes, including a significant number of social and affordable dwellings. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) will not choose a partner to develop the high-profile Irish Glass Bottle site for several months, Sean Mul(...)

A view of the pedestrian and cycle lane on Inns Quay, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

Banning traffic from College Green and other Dublin city streets would be “potentially highly damaging” to the Government’s plans for a phased reopeni(...)

Normally clogged with traffic  College Green, Dublin now deserted due to Covid-19  pandemic. Photograph:Gareth Chaney/Collins

Cafes and restaurants will be allowed put more tables and chairs outdoors under new Dublin City Council proposals for the pedestrianisation of streets(...)

It is understood the measures will remain in place for at least 12 to 18 months, with some likely to be retained on a permanent basis. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Dublin’s College Green is set to be pedestrianised – and cars restricted throughout the city – under plans to reopen the city centre as Covid-19 restr(...)

Hawkins House is one of the last remaining buildings in the block bordered by Hawkins Street, Tara Street, Townsend Street and Poolbeg Street. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Hawkins House, considered one of Dublin’s ugliest buildings, is finally to be levelled, three years after its demolition and redevelopment was granted(...)

The decision by An Bord Pleanála means that Bord na Móna can cut turf on bogs of more than 30 hectares. Photograph:  Pfeiffer Studios

Bord na Móna says it will review requirements for peat harvesting after planners allowed the State to company cut turf on some bogs. A High Court rul(...)

Mr Donal Justice O’Donnell said wind farms were substantial developments. “Substantial enterprises should be expected to respect the adjudications of the court,” he said.

The Supreme Court has put a conditional stay on an order overturning permission for a wind farm development in Co Cork. The stay applies until An Bor(...)

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