David Browne

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Adamstown, Ireland’s newest town and one of its most multicultural, turns 15 this month. Has it lived up to the dream for its growing population? (...)

Colbert station in Limerick city where the State is planning a large scale development. Photograph: Liam Burke

Development of a €2 billion scheme with 10,000 homes in Limerick City moved a step closer on Friday after the State-sponsored Land Development Agency (...)

A file image showing the property at Falsk, near Strokestown in Co Roscommon after private security operatives were forced from the property by a group of masked men in December 2018. Photograph: Brian Farrell

The Co Roscommon family whose farm was the centre of a controversial eviction last year have been given a month to vacate their home. In his judgmen(...)

The house at the centre of an eviction dispute at Strokestown, Co Roscommon. File photograph: Peter Murtagh

The High Court will rule on Friday on KBC Bank’s application for an injunction requiring the family at the centre of an eviction dispute in Co Roscomm(...)

Savills Ireland: Kate O’Sullivan, Kate O’Donoghue, Anna Potterton and Sophie Hansom with David Browne

They say when one door shuts another one opens. Only a few months ago Savills announced it was scaling back its residential estate-agency business in (...)

The Bernard Shaw pub in Portobello, Dublin. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The Minister for Culture has signalled her support for new laws to protect cultural spaces from being forced out of business by the development of nei(...)

Future cities: smart buildings and drone commutes could be features of city life. Illustration: SOM/National Geographic

WE’LL COMMUTE BY AIR TAXI AND BUILD SPACE-ERA HOUSES, AND OUR HOMES WILL MONITOR OUR EATING AND RECYCLING HABITS Imagine a world where bacteria (...)

Sandymount Strand, famed in song and story, holds a special place in the hearts of Dubliners. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Sandymount Strand, famed in song and story, holds a special place in the hearts of Dubliners. With the two Poolbeg stacks providing a backdrop, its br(...)

Proposals to reclaim lands on Sandymount Strand and the Tolka Estuary drew opposing political opinions from Dublin councillors. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Reclaiming Dublin Bay for housing would be preferable to “using it as an open sewer” Independent Cllr Mannix Flynn has said. Cllr Flynn was respondin(...)

Sandymount Strand: Ireland would fail to address climate change problems if it continued to allow Dublin to sprawl outwards, said RIAI president David Browne. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Reclaiming Dublin Bay would help Ireland meet its climate targets, as well a providing much-needed housing for the city’s growing population, David Br(...)

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