The ESB’s proposal to convert the former Georgian House Museum on the corner of Merrion Square in Dublin into luxury apartments has been opposed by The Irish Georgian Society. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Georgian House Museum on Dublin’s Fitzwilliam Street should not be reopened, former director of the National Museum of Ireland Pat Wallace has sai(...)

The diningroom in the Georgian House Museum. Photograph: ESB

The ESB’s plans to convert a museum in a restored Georgian house on Dublin’s Fitzwilliam Street into luxury apartments have been described as “sly” an(...)

The O’Rahilly home was demolished. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin City Council planners advised An Bord Pleanála this year to grant permission to builders to demolish the Herbert Park home of 1916 Rising leade(...)

The statues were removed in July in the mistaken belief that two of them were representations of slave women. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

No date has been set for the restoration of the Shelbourne Hotel statues because of the delicate nature of the worked needed to be done to them. Dubl(...)

The former Black Church at St Mary’s Place in Dublin’s north inner city. Photograph: William Murphy.

Residents of Dublin’s north inner city are appealing to An Bord Pleanála against a decision by Dublin City Council to grant permission for a co-living(...)

A property company backed by Larry Goodman is looking to develop an office block at Kildare Street and Nassau Street in Dublin. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Kilkenny Group, the Nassau Street-based retailer, has claimed that plans to demolish a group of historic buildings in Dublin city centre to make way f(...)

An application with Dublin City Council proposes to demolish the Kildare Street Hotel and replace it with a five-storey block over a two-storey basement

Plans to demolish a terrace of Georgian houses on Kildare Street would “denude the character” of the street and “erode the historic building stock” of(...)

Number 21 Aungier Street was leased by the Peter McVerry Trust for emergency accommodation for up to 25 homeless adults.

Dublin City Council is paying almost €200,000 a year to lease a historic city centre building it planned three years ago to turn into a homeless hoste(...)

An Post has been given planning permission to hang two large banners outside the GPO.

An Post has been given planning permission to hang two large banners outside the GPO in a bid to arrest a decline in visitor numbers to its flagship 1(...)

Temporary gates at the North Circular Road entrance to the Phoenix Park. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Historic gates of Dublin’s Phoenix Park, removed last year for the final Mass of the World Meeting of Families, have yet to be restored almost one yea(...)

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