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The sale of Nos 4 and 5 Dublin Landings was one of five deals in Q1 to surpass the largest deal in Q2.

The Dublin office market has registered the highest-ever level of take-up for the first half of a year, with 1.717 million sq ft of space transacted i(...)

An armful of freshly picked summer flowering hardy annuals. Photograph: Richard Johnston

One of the valuable gardening lessons that this summer’s fierce drought taught me as a flower farmer florist – and it taught me quite a few – is the i(...)

A stage and altar has been built around the papal cross in the Phoenix Park. Photograph: Garrett White/Collins

A spring clean and repainting of the Papal Cross in Dublin’s Phoenix Park cost more than €15,000, records from the Office of Public Works show. The c(...)

Cork City Council  voted by 22-6 to approve the public realm project for Morrison’s Island off the South Mall in Cork city centre. File photograph: Google Street View

A new € 6 million plan to redevelop a historic part of Cork city centre into a public amenity while at the same time removing 80 per cent of the flood(...)

Detail of some of the planned interventions at Morrison’s Island in Cork. The location is a critical part of any flood protection scheme for the city. Illustration: Morrison’s Island Public Realm Project

A new € 6 million plan to develop the public realm at Morrison’s Island in Cork city centre will not only provide protection against city centre flood(...)

Campaigners against the proposed €140 million OPW flood protection scheme for Cork city say they will lobby politicians to look at alternatives after (...)

Flooding of pathways at Cork’s Atlantic Pond. Photograph: Barry Roche

The Office of Public Works has defended its decision not to include a tidal barrier as part of its flood protection scheme for Cork amid criticism by (...)

The flooding of November 2009 left the Grand Parade in Cork city submerged. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

The Office of Public Works has defended its estimate that building a tidal barrier for Cork city would cost at least €450 million. This follows claims(...)

The new headquarters  of the Office of Public Works in Trim: an architectural representation of the Tara Brooch

Even as Dublin office rents reportedly hit highs of €590-€645/sq m (€55-€60/sq ft), the Office of Public Works has managed to keep its average payment(...)

Rebecca Harte of  Farm Gate cafe. The Save Cork City group says she is among the city’s business people who back its campaign

Business representative organisations in Cork have expressed strong support for a €140 million Office of Public Works flood-relief scheme for the city(...)

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