Empty stalls on Moore Street during the Covid-19 lockdown in January. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The extent of demolition on Moore Street and Henry Street planned as part of the 5.5-acre “Dublin Central” development is “unnecessary” and “unwarran(...)

A computer-generated image of the proposed O’Connell Street redevelopment

The redevelopment of Dublin’s Moore Street and Upper O’Connell Street is finally to get under way following the appointment of architects to design a (...)

A computer-generated impression of German architect Friedrich Ludewig’s designs that envisage the restoration of historic street patterns, building lines and scale

O’Connell Street will be “re-established as Dublin’s pre-eminent street” and the “unique character and vibrancy” of Moore Street will be restored, und(...)

Moore Street, Dublin, where a number of houses were used during 1916 Rising. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Court of Appeal has overturned a declaration that buildings and sites on and around Dublin’s Moore Street are a 1916 Rising battlefield site compr(...)

A judge refused to grant a stay on his orders preventing works to buildings and locations on and around Moore Street declared to be a national monument.   Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A High Court judge has refused to grant any stay on his orders preventing works to buildings and locations on and around Dublin’s Moore Street declare(...)

 Prionsias O Rathaille, grandson of Michael Joseph O Rathaille known as ‘The O’Rathaille’ who is one of those campaigning against the demolition of No 13 and No 18 Moore Street, Dublin. Photograph: Collins

The Minister for Arts and Heritage is maintaining a Moore Street “battlefield site” linked to the 1916 Rising does not exist and events there “have no(...)