Aungier Street as it will appear after Dublin City Council’s proposed regeneration

A strategy to turn around the fortunes of Dublin’s first planned post-medieval street will be published today by Dublin City Council. Aungier Street (...)

The number of vacant buildings in the capital has risen significantly. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The number of vacant buildings in Dublin has increased by nearly 60 per cent in just four years, according to Dublin City Council. Figures from the co(...)

Architect Tom McGimsey outside No 38 Northumberland Road. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

City centre offices in period houses no longer command the rental highs of the boom years. The second-home tax and the recent law requiring pre-63 pro(...)

Businesses and organisations including the Guinness Storehouse, the National College of Art and Design and the Digital Hub Development Agency have come together to produce a 90-day plan aimed at improving the appearance and the perception of Thomas Street in Dublin  to encourage shoppers and tourists to use the street.

One of Dublin most historic streets is in danger of sliding into irrevocable decline, due to “State-sponsored dereliction”, a city business org(...)

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