Harry  Crosbie indicated last month that he hoped to begin construction work on the Liberties project at Vicar Street in the coming few weeks. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Developer Harry Crosbie is facing another setback in his hotel development plans for Dublin after two appeals were lodged against his eight-storey, 18(...)

Inishowen Carnival Group from Donegal at the St Patrick’s Festival parade in Dublin in 2018. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Once upon a time, long, long ago, there was St Patrick’s Day parade. (Even longer and longer ago, there was St Patrick himself, of course – or rather,(...)

The number of days with heavy rainfall and the number of extreme flooding events has risen in the past decade. Photograph: Eric Luke Staff

Local authorities in Dublin have jointly unveiled extensive climate action plans, which include a move to reduce carbon emissions by 40 per cent by 20(...)

Other backers include the Guinness Enterprise Centre and Techfugees, a social enterprise co-ordinating the international tech community’s response to the needs of refugees

People in direct provision and techies designing solutions to help assist migrants are among those who will be taking part in a special start-up weeke(...)

Carlow businessman Declan Doyle owns the existing Doyle’s pub as well as Bowe’s, a former Ladbrokes betting shop and the Dublin Yeast Company. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

An Taisce has said plans to merge one of Dublin’s last remaining Victorian pubs, Bowe’s on Fleet Street, with the old Irish Yeast Co building, “a rare(...)

Architects’ impression of a pedestrianised Lower Liffey Street. Image: dhb Architects

A new pedestrian plaza for Dublin is to be created on the north side of the city, beside the Ha’penny Bridge on Liffey Street, following the refusal b(...)

 Capital Dock apartments, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Local authorities need to be allowed to break Department of Housing funding caps to secure social housing in the docklands and other affluent areas of(...)

Verville Retreat: MKN has permission to convert the former nursing home as part of its scheme to build 68 apartments

MKN Property Group has received An Bord Pleanála’s final seal of approval for a new-homes scheme in Clontarf, in north Dublin. Plans for its developme(...)

Capital Dock on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin.

Labour senator Kevin Humphreys has described as “social cleansing” plans to provide no social housing in Kennedy Wilson’s new apartment scheme in Dubl(...)

CGI of Knockanore Properties’ plans for 20 Merrion Road, which would replace the existing pavilion-style building.

Planning permission has been sought to demolish a high-profile mixed-use building at 20 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, in order to replace it with a devel(...)

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