The €200,000, which was proposed by Sinn Féin, Labour, the Greens, and the Independent group, will fund one toilet each on the northside and southside of the city

A budget of almost €970 million has been approved by Dublin city councillors for next year, the largest pot of funding ever set for the annual running(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan was last month refused permission by Dublin City Council, for a second time, to build a 22-storey tower, Dublin’s tallest building, on Tara Street.

National heritage body An Taisce has urged An Bord Pleanála not to approve developer Johnny Ronan’s plans to build Dublin’s tallest building on Tara S(...)

The Courtyard, Hampton Wood. Dublin City Council has agreed to buy homes in Hampton Wood  estate for social housing.

Concerns have emerged over Dublin City Council’s plans to spend €35 million buying 92 houses and apartments in a single estate in the Finglas and Ball(...)

According to figures from Dublin City Council, last year saw a record number of start-ups created in the capital with 22,354 new companies formed.

Dublin is the place to be for would-be entrepreneurs over the coming days with close to 50 free events taking place across the capital for start-ups. (...)

‘Family homelessness continued to grow at the same appalling rate after ‘homeless priority’ was removed as it did before,’ Mike Allen, director of advocacy at Focus Ireland has said.

The number of families becoming homeless in Dublin has continued to rise despite the abolition of a “housing priority” policy that had been accused of(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (left) and Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy at the official opening of phase one of a housing regeneration project at Dolphin House in Dublin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The regeneration of 100 homes at Dolphin House, one of Dublin city’s most dilapidated flat complexes has been completed at a cost of €26 million. Ho(...)

The High Court said the orders to vacate the premises should be posted at the building, and returned the matter to next Tuesday.

A Dublin property, described as “a tinderbox” where up to 20 people are believed to be squatting, must be immediately vacated and cannot be used for r(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy  wrote to Dublin local authority chief executives demanding more progress be made delivering hubs. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Dublin local authorities are set to fall well short of demands from Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy to provide 950 new homeless family hub units by(...)

Funding for Dublin homeless services for this year was set at €142m, and while the council expects to have exceeded this figure by year’s end, the rate of overrun has slowed, with the final tally due to come in at just under €145m

Spending on services for homeless people in Dublin is expected to reach €150 million next year, a rise of more than €90 million over the last five yea(...)

Former Player Wills tobacco factory site on South Circular Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The original developer of a prime Dublin site with room for hundreds of new homes is close to taking back control of the property from State agency Na(...)

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