Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, in whose area 10 members of one Traveller family died in a fire on an unauthorised site in October 2015, had the largest draw-down, spending €1.95 million on Traveller accommodation since January 2016 – just over the €1.92 it was allocated. It was the only local authority to overspend on Traveller accommodation. Photograph: Getty Images

Almost half the money allocated to local authorities for Traveller accommodation over the past two years has not been spent, figures from the Departme(...)

As there are no docking stations, Urbo users can start and end their journey at any designated bike parking area and simply lock them when they arrive at their destination

Urbo, an Irish start-up that rents out bicycles on a short-term basis via a mobile app and QR codes, is looking to raise €5 million as it seeks to rol(...)

The abandoned Sentinel building in Sandyford:  a beacon of the recession, it is   to be turned into 294 “office suites” following   Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s granting of  permission. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The landmark 14-storey Sentinel building in Sandyford, south Dublin, which has been left as an unfinished shell for a decade, is to be redeveloped as (...)

The uprooted  tree on Northbrook Road, Ranelagh, Dublin. Photograph:  Tom Honan

Three trees on the southside of Dublin city, 60ft-70ft in height and up to 100 years old, had to be removed by a specialist tree surgeon in the afterm(...)

Rockbrook in  Sandyford where Ires Reit has been refused permission for 492 apartments.

Property group Ires Reit has lost its appeal against a decision refusing it permission to build some 450 apartments in an area in Dublin with high de(...)

Winterbrook Homes is required to provide five apartments for sale to Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council for social housing, at a discounted price, if it secures planning permission. Photograph: Reuters

Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council is being asked to pay more than €500,000 each for social housing apartments in an as yet unbuilt complex in Dalk(...)

Cherrywood is expected to be one of the largest beneficiaries of the Government’s Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund  with more than €15 million allocated for roads in the zone. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Plans for more than 300 houses and apartments have been submitted to Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council in what is the first application for homes (...)

The Carrickmines Green estate, where a number of defects have been identified including inadequate fire stopping, badly fitted fire doors and damp

A Dublin local authority is at the centre of a row over fire safety at a south Dublin estate after agreeing to purchase a number of apartments for soc(...)

Clay Farm is just one of four sites in the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown area to secure government funding for major infrastructure work

Almost 1,000 new homes are planned for south Dublin in the first housing scheme to use the fast-track development system which by-passes the local aut(...)

Cappalaune on Maple Road extends to 5,457sqft and stands on about 0.72 acres of south-facing grounds, which feature an outdoor swimming pool and tennis court

Colum Butler who, along with his brother Ciaran, is licensee for Starbucks’ Irish operation, has had a week of mixed property fortunes. Last week it(...)

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