A construction worker on a Cairn Homes construction site in Dublin, 2016. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Plans for almost 380 apartments in seven blocks up to eight storeys tall on Griffith Avenue would break Dublin City Council height thresholds by more (...)

Rathdown Motors site in Terenure: mooted development would lead to “major congestion”.

One of the brothers who founded Cartrawler, a car rental technology company, is seeking planning permission for a 55-unit development in south Dublin’(...)

McNamara development: how the proposed complex, on the site of the Swiss Cottage pub on Swords Road in Santry, in north Co Dublin, would look

A company with links to the boom-time developer Bernard McNamara has submitted an application under the fast-track planning process for a €41 million (...)

CGI of refurbished former New Ireland building on Dawson Street, Dublin

WeWork, the collaborative workspace provider, is in talks to lease the former New Ireland Assurance headquarters on Dublin’s Dawson Street, which is (...)

An artist’s impression of the new Vicar Street Hotel

Developer Harry Crosbie has been given the green light for a new eight-storey 185-bedroom hotel at Vicar Street in the Dublin Liberties in spite of so(...)

A garda is greeted by a child at a halting site on the Balgaddy Road in  Clondalkin, Dublin on Friday. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

A stand-off between a Dublin local authority and five Traveller families over their occupation of a council-owned site reached stalemate on Friday as (...)

The old Dulux Paints factory in Drimnagh on Dublin’s southside.

A branch of one of the Republic’s best-known building families is seeking fast-track planning permission to build more than 260 apartments for rent. (...)

Ned McDonagh at the unofficial site at Balgaddy, Clondalkin, Dublin. The five families living there   are to be evicted on Friday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

An extended Traveller family, with 28 children including toddlers, are to be evicted from a site in west Dublin on Friday by South Dublin County Counc(...)

The plaque was unveiled in December on Cabra Bridge.

The destruction of a plaque in Cabra, north Dublin commemorating the 1916 Rising has been called “shocking, disappointing and upsetting” by the chairm(...)

 Gary Gannon:  “very excited” about challenging for a European Parliament seat.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Social Democrats councillor Gary Gannon has said he intends to seek a nomination from his party to run in Dublin in May’s European elections. Speaki(...)

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