The Clonshaugh plant would be the second-largest sewage works in the State after the Ringsend plant in Dublin 4

More than 34,000 submissions were made in relation to the development of a new regional sewage plant for Dublin – most of which were objections to the(...)

The planned sewage treatment plant at Clonshaugh has been the subject of more than 14,000 objections from local residents. Photograph: Eric Luke

Plans for a €500 million regional sewage treatment plant in Dublin, which have been the subject of more than 14,000 objections from local residents, a(...)

The final section of the M8 Dublin to Cork motorway. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Sitting in a control room in East Wall in Dublin, Kevin O’Rourke and his team watch on a bank of screens as a car leaving Dublin Port slows to a stop (...)

According to a spokeswoman for Kildare County  Council, it was assigned a maximum of €15m for the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan when it was launched in February 2018

Kildare County Council has confirmed that it will no longer approve Rebuilding Ireland Home Loans, creating further doubt about the continuation of th(...)

Howth Harbour. The Department of the Marine described the silting situation at the harbour as a “concern”, and said it was committed to dredging about 225,000 cubic metres of silt. Photograph: Getty Images

Up to 30,000 truckloads of contaminated silt due to be dredged from Howth Harbour in north Co Dublin is likely to be used for the construction of a ma(...)

The Rebuilding Ireland home loan has attracted more than  4,000 applications so far

Fingal County Council has stopped accepting applications for the low-cost Rebuilding Ireland home loan, having already approved more than 25 per cent (...)

St James’s Wood, Kilmainham. News of fire-safety defects first came to light in December 2018. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

St James’s Wood, Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Built in 2000: News of fire-safety defects at this complex first came to light in The Irish Times in December 2(...)

Fr Peter McVerry, Liam Coughlan and Pat Doyle, chief executive of the  Peter McVerry Trust. Mr Coughlan is the first resident of the new social housing programme in Coldwinters, north Co Dublin. Photograph: James Forde

The first housing estate built by the Peter McVerry Trust for homeless people, which has been part funded through water-charge refund donations, has b(...)

Beechwood Luas crossing in Ranelagh: Objections started with a little thoroughfare connecting Dunville Avenue with Beechwood Road that would initially have been closed to accommodate an uninterrupted MetroLink line and replaced with a footbridge. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

1. What exactly is the MetroLink? It combines the original Metro North project running between Swords and Dublin City, and a southside extension that(...)

MetroLink protesters at the Beechwood Luas stop, in Rathmines, Co Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The controversial southside section of the MetroLink rail line in Dublin is set to be abandoned due to Government unwillingness to endure a lengthy di(...)

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