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Supporters of the Save Clondalkin Convent Campaign demonstrate against plans to develop the Presentation Convent. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A primary school is set to lose its only playground under plans by the Presentation Order nuns and a Richard Barrett-led property group to develop a 1(...)

When its latest acquisitions are taken into account, it is understood that Homeland has assembled an overall site of about 1.99 hectares (4.92 acres)

Developer Homeland Group has paid more than €10 million this year to acquire five neighbouring houses on Leopardstown Road in Dublin 18 in off-market (...)

Dalguise is located in Monkstown, in close proximity to the coast and Dublin city centre

One of the finest private homes in Dublin, Dalguise House on Monkstown Road, looks set to be redeveloped by a company owned by property developers Ber(...)

The fast-track Strategic Housing Development rules sometimes save a year or more in the planning process. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Developers have put plans for 4,377 residential units in the space of five days before An Bord Pleanála under Government fast-track planning rules. T(...)

Since it was bought, Donald Trump has visited Doonbeg seven times

The Donald Trump-owned Trump Doonbeg resort in Co Clare has recorded its first operating profit since it was bought in 2014. Accounts show that the b(...)

Large numbers of people supporting the I Love St Anne’s campaign holding a rally in the Raheny park on Sunday.   Photograph: Alan Betson

Hundreds of north Dublin residents formed a human chain around the site of a proposed residential development on former playing fields located beside (...)

Abbey Cottages has lodged an appeal with An Bord Pleanála against the recent decision of Dublin City Council to reject the company’s application for revised plans for the hostel on Upper Abbey Street. Photograph: iStock

The developers of a large new hostel in Dublin city centre are to make a fresh bid to secure planning permission for an additional two floors. Abbey (...)

The development of the former Beamish and Crawford brewery has been beset by funding problems and delays since planning permission was first granted in 2011. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

The development of a controversial new event centre in Cork is facing further delay after an appeal has been lodged against a revised version of the €(...)

Irish Water said the Clonshaugh plant was necessary because the Ringsend facility is operating at over capacity.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Campaigners opposing a wastewater treatment plant in North Dublin intend to mount a legal challenge against the development after it was granted permi(...)

The plant at Clonshaugh east of Dublin Airport, will be the second-largest sewage works in the State after the Ringsend plant in Dublin 4

A €500 million regional sewage treatment plant to process the waste of 500,000 people across the greater Dublin area, has been granted permission by A(...)

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