The plans envisage pedestrianising Suffolk Street and Church Lane, turning the southern half of College Green into a public plaza, making D’Olier Street and Beresford Place two-way and removing “general car traffic” from Westmoreland Street.

Radical plans to transform the movement of traffic in Dublin city centre – including a designated “orbital route” to cater for through-traffic – have (...)

Fresh calls have been made to Dublin City Council to ease parking restrictions, with retailers saying “over-enthusiastic clamping” is hurting business(...)

The scene of the explosion at St Brigid’s Court, Artane. Photograph: Dave Meehan / The Irish Times.

A man was hospitalised and a number of homes evacuated after a small camping stove exploded and caused considerable damage to a house in Killester, no(...)

In the name of Rosie

All bridges are important, even more so in urban areas. They change the pattern of movement in a city, promoting trade in previously obscure areas and(...)

Photograph: Richard Johnston
Part of the plot

Take one large and semi-derelict site (1.06 hectares) in the heart of Dublin city, put it to use in a way that helps bring health and happiness to as (...)

Myles Lee, Chief Executive Officer CRH addressing the Irish Business and Employers Confederation (IBEC) CEO Conference 2013:The Business of Europe at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson.

Employers’ group Ibec says businesses are still paying “boomtime” commercial rates to local authorities and that in most counties businesses pay far m(...)

Mountjoy Square is one of the five Georgian squares that have, according to Dublin Civic Trust, largely untapped social and economic resources. While they have been the victim of severe neglect, the buildings of Dublin’s north Georgian core have more intact features than their counterparts in the south of the city because they were not “gutted” to accommodate office development to the same extent, Graham Hickey of the trust said.

Dublin could develop its answer to Amsterdam’s Museumplein, London’s Exhibition Road and even Paris’s Palais Royal through the rejuvenation of its Geo(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has assured former residents of Priory Hall in Dublin that he will do something about their situation but appealed for more time to “clarify what is the best thing to do”

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has assured former residents of Priory Hall in Dublin that he will do something about their situation but appealed for more time (...)

 Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan: ‘We are very sympathetic because this isn’t an issue that is typical of the circumstances that we’re dealing with.’ Photograph: David Sleator

Residents of Priory Hall in Dublin have requested a meeting with Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan after he indicated the Government would consi(...)

Dublin City Council voted this evening to call the new bridge over the Liffey at Marlborough Street after Rosie Hackett, a trade unionist who co-founded the Irish Women Workers’ Union (IWWU) in 1911

Dublin City Council voted this evening to call the new bridge over the Liffey at Marlborough Street after Rosie Hackett, a trade unionist who co-found(...)

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