Developer Michael O’Flynn:  His company O’Flynn Capital Partners (OFCP) had challenged a 2015 refusal for planning for 164 residential units at Beech Park, Cabinteely, south Co Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Developer Michael O’Flynn has been given the go-ahead to seek renewed planning for previously dismissed plans to build 164 homes in south Dublin. D(...)

 Dún Laoghaire’s Lexicon library cost €36.6 million and provoked strong reactions and controversy during construction. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Staff from Dún Laoghaire’s Lexicon library, a €36.6 million building that provoked strong reactions and controversy during construction, are due to pr(...)

Kenler is about 1.5km from the Luas at The Gallops, and offers easy access to the M50 and N11

A ready-to-go infill site in Sandyford village, Dublin, is fresh to the market this week, with agent Owen Reilly guiding €1.5 million. Kenler, an unl(...)

The Cosgrave Group is owned and run by brothers Joseph, Michael and Peter Cosgrave. Photograph: David Sleator

The Cosgrave Property Group has lodged a planning application with Wicklow County Council for a 658-unit housing development in Fassaroe. The 48-hect(...)

A woman looks at a menu  advertising Dalkey lobster in the Tramyard last weekend. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Tramyard Cafe in Dalkey village has been closed by order of the High Court until it complies with fire-safety regulations. Bank-appointed receive(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn has won a High Court challenge over a refusal by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council to grant planning permission for a €75 million residential development in south Co Dublin.

The High Court has over turned a refusal by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council to grant planning permission for a €75 million residential developme(...)

Airbnb headquarters on Hanover Quay in the south docklands

The public gets another chance to view buildings of all types and periods free of charge when Open House Dublin 2016 takes place from October 14th-16t(...)

The  Union Café on Deerpark Road in Mount Merrion, Dublin. The owners have been refused planning for a four- to five-storey development of apartments, cafe, pub, restaurant and shops on the site.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Developers Paddy McKillen Jr and Matt Ryan are to appeal a refusal of their plans for 46 apartments, a cafe, pub, restaurant and shops at the site of (...)

Ballinteer Educate Together National School opened on the understanding the substantial site would be used to build a new primary school and sports hall. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

Four years after opening in temporary accommodation, a south Dublin primary school appears to be no closer to taking up residence in a permanent, sui(...)

The first 25 houses in a large new housing development on the site of the old Dún Laoghaire golf club go on sale this weekend. The three-storey four/(...)

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