Dublin Port Company said its masterplan provides for Dublin Port reaching its ultimate capacity by 2040 without the need for any further infill of Dublin Bay. Photograph: Sergiu Cozorici/Getty

A business group in Dublin’s Docklands has questioned if a €320 million project by Dublin Port Company to double capacity is in the interests of busin(...)

Owners of the 132-year-old Clontarf baths, recently refurbished at a cost of €2.4 million, could be breaking the conditions of their planning permissi(...)

Trees lining the roadway at Fairview  which had been  earmarked for felling by Dublin City Council to make way for a cycle path. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Cars will be restricted to one lane on part of one of the busiest traffic routes running into Dublin city centre under plans for a new 2.5km cycle pat(...)

Property developers Patrick Crean and Greg Kavanagh sought permission from Dublin City Council to build 86 houses and 270 apartments on playing fields surrounding St Paul’s College secondary school, next to St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Developers Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean have withdrawn a controversial planning application to build more than 350 houses and apartments on playing fi(...)

A view of Howth from the behind new sea wall being built next to the old wall at Dollymount, opposite St Anne’s Park, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Residents of Clontarf are appealing to Dublin City Council to halt construction of flood defences opposite Bull Island nature sanctuary, claiming the (...)

A planning hearing has opened into Dublin Port plans to redevelop Alexandra Basin in the north Port area - the first part of the port company’s “Masterplan 2012 to 2040”.

A €200m plan to redevelop a large section of Dublin Port and deepen the navigation channel to allow for bigger container and cruise ships was outlined(...)