Longboat Quay in Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in the Dublin docklands. Photograph: The Irish Times

Residents of the the Longboat Quay apartments in Dublin are facing the prospect of eviction after rejecting a joint offer from Dublin Docklands Develo(...)

Residents at the Longboat Quay apartment complex in Dublin’s docklands, have complained of a lack of communication and clarity regarding the future of their homes. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A man renting an apartment in the Longboat Quay development in Dublin has said he dodged a bullet when his attempt to buy the property earlier this ye(...)

Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald said of the apartments: “They do not meet fire safety standards, yet the developer, the builders, the architects and the planning authority will not be penalised, and it is the owners who are being asked to foot the bill.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Almost 300 families in Dublin’s docklands who face evacuation from their apartments, which are a fire hazard, should resolve the issue “collaborati(...)

Views of Longboat Quay Apartments on Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

More than 600 residents of a Dublin docklands apartment complex face evacuation from their homes on Thursday on the orders of Dublin Fire Brigade, if (...)

The proposed 17-storey Exo building in Dublin’s docklands

Plans for Dublin’s tallest office block, a 73m-tall building at the Point Village at the northside entrance to the city’s docklands, will be lodged t(...)

 The cranes are back and construction around the docklands continues on North Wall Quay.  Photograph: Sara Freund

Last year, with the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) not quite cold in its grave, An Bord Pleanála approved Dublin City Council’s plans f(...)

NCPS said turnover rose by €800,000 from €11.4 million to €12.2 million while operating profit reached €235,368 compared to a loss of €669 in the previous year. Photograph: Peter Thursfield

Nationwide Controlled Parking Systems (NCPS), the State’s largest parking services business, returned to profit last year despite what it described a(...)

Passing the Jeanie Johnston during the 94th Liffey Swim – the ship was valued less than five months ago at €700,000, but costs €240,000 a year to run as a tourist attraction. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Jeanie Johnston replica Famine ship, which cost €15 million to build, has sunk in value to €700,000, according to Dublin City Council. The ship is(...)

Developer Bernard McNamara (right):  Longboat Quay,  built by a company once owned by Mr McNamara, has  been found to have serious defects. Photograph: Frank Miller

Third parties associated with an apartment development in Dublin built by a company owned by Bernard McNamara and which has now been found to have s(...)

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority said the sale of a building in the Dublin docks to U2 in 2013 was at a fair market price. Photo: Reuters

The sale of a building in the Dublin docks to U2 in 2013 was at a fair market price and was not a “secret deal”, the Dublin Docklands Development Auth(...)

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