81A Campshires at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin 2: one of two restored by Denis O’Brien

Billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien is well on the way to making another fortune from three former derelict buildings in the Dublin docklands. All t(...)

Former minister for public expenditure Brendan Howlin, who promised that 48 bodies would be abolished or merged, but the changes were incremental rather than instrumental Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Of all the three-card political tricks played in the last decade, the “quango cull” must rank as the most audacious. In the run-up to the 2011 gener(...)

Sam Field Corbett on the ‘Laura Lucy’: he suggested a ‘floating village’ to the DDDA which would be fully accessible to the public. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

No mortgage, no exorbitant rent, no property tax, no doors to slam. With an overheated rental market and an acute shortage of social housing onshore, (...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site at Ringsend, Co Dublin

Property developer Sean Mulryan has signalled his interest in the Irish Glass Bottle Site in the Poolbeg peninsula in Dublin, which is expected to see(...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site, at Ringsend, Co Dublin which is controlled by Nama. Photograph: The Irish Times

The redevelopment of the former Irish Glass Bottle site is expected to see the provision of up to 3,000 homes in the Poolbeg peninsula in Dublin. T(...)

The Poolbeg chimneys emerging from sea fog on Sandymount Strand. With the recovery and the housing shortage, attention is once again turning to Poolbeg as a solution to Dublin’s needs

In the early years of the last decade, with the city expanding far beyond its natural borders and house prices soaring, the Poolbeg peninsula was put (...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site at Ringsend, Co Dublin. Nama hinted that designating it a strategic development zone would speed up the process and allow it to build 3,000 houses on the site. Photograph: Eric Luke

Nama has signalled that designating the old Irish Glass Bottle site (above) in Ringsend, Dublin, as a strategic development zone could allow it to fas(...)

CHQ in Dublin Docklands: the exhibition Epic Ireland has opened in its vaults, but its ground floor  could be reimagined. Photograph: David Sleator

Now that the vaults of CHQ in Dublin’s Docklands have been filled with the multimedia exhibition Epic Ireland, which opens to the public today, what’s(...)

EPIC Ireland opens its doors to a new visitor experience which tells the story of 10 million journeys and the roots of 70 million people. Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

The story of the 70 million people who claim Irish heritage across the globe will be told in a new interactive visitor centre which opens its doors in(...)

Bernard McNamara: The Dublin Docklands Development Authority and the receiver to his company, Gendsong, last year offered €2.5m to the residents to part-fund the work. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A plan to allow developer Bernard McNamara fix the fire safety defects at Longboat Quay, the Dublin docklands apartment complex he built in 2006, is c(...)

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