Clonkeen College, Deansgrange, Co Dublin.

The Christian Brothers have expressed their “enormous disappointment” at the decision of the board of management of Clonkeen College in south Dublin t(...)

The Edmund Rice Schools Trust (ERST) head office building is to be sold by the Christian Brothers alongside playing pitches used by Deansgrange second(...)

The 7.5 acres of land, previously used as playing pitches by the Deansgrange secondary school Clonkeen College, is owned by the Christian Brothers religious congregation and is to be sold.

The chief executive of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has refused to consider rezoning land by Clonkeen College to block a future residential d(...)

 Land at Clonkeen College, in Dublin.

A letter from the Christian Brothers to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown councillors warning of “very real financial consequences” over any attempt by the counc(...)

Edward Melly, principal of Clonkeen College, Blackrock, Dublin pictured near the school grounds which are to be sold by the Christian Brothers. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Christian Brothers have warned Dún Laoghaire Rathdown county councillors that attempts to rezone land at Clonkeen College to block a residential d(...)

Concerned parents with their children at Our Lady’s Grove primary school in Goatstown, where the religious owners sold land to Durkan Homes for a reported €13 million.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Emergency motions calling for measures to protect school lands across south Dublin from housing development, will come before Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown c(...)

Principal of Clonkeen College Edward Melly has criticised the Christian Brothers’ decision to sell 3 hectares (7.5 acres) of playing fields behind the school. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The principal of a Catholic secondary school in south Dublin has called on the Department of Education to take it over and for its patron, the Edmund (...)

 Our Lady’s Grove  in Goatstown: 5.4 acres of fields have been put up for sale with a reported asking price of €10 million.

Parents at a south Dublin secondary school are appealing to its religious founders not to sell fields adjacent to the schools, for housing development(...)

The Christian Brothers are planning to sell two-thirds of the sports pitches, 7.5 acres of land surrounding Clonkeen College in Blackrock, Dublin, to help fund its financial commitments to the State.

The decision by the Congregation of the Christian Brothers to sell eight acres of playing fields in a Dublin school has “betrayed” its teachers, the s(...)

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