Eoghan Murphy

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Independent Senator Victor Boyhan said great financial strain had been placed on communities in taking judicial review proceedings in an effort to halt developments sanctioned under the scheme. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Mark Hilliard Construction work on approved housing developments can take up to two years to begin despite the introduction of a controversial fast-t(...)

Developer Andrew Gillick  has offered a complex of 471 apartments at the site of the former Chivers factory in Coolock to the State for social housing.

Plans for almost 500 apartments in blocks nine storeys tall in north Dublin that could be used for social housing have been described as “greedy” and (...)

The deceased man overdosed on Foster Place, College Green, just before 7am on Sunday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A rough sleeper who died shortly after slipping into an unresponsive state on a Dublin street was robbed before the emergency services arrived. The d(...)

People protesting in January 2018 against a new development planned beside St Anne’s Park, Dublin. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The developer behind controversial plans for 536 houses and apartments beside St Anne’s Park in Raheny has lodged a new application for more than 650 (...)

London coliving: the group will visit the Collective’s Old Oak scheme. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty

The Brexit crisis means the UK may not be the first place you would think of for leading by example. But London may still have a thing or two to teach(...)

The Garda Criminal Assets Bureau has performed a valuable public service in exposing the workings of insidious extortion which is believed to be widespread. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The confiscation of almost €300,000 from two Dublin criminals last week was accompanied by worrying revelations about extortion in the city. Derek O’D(...)

David Reilly and Derek O’Driscoll have used an insidious brand of intimidation and control, all underpinned by lengthy criminal records and reputations for ultra violence, to rule Ballyfermot

When the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) kicked in doors in Dublin’s Ballyfermot, Ballyboughal and Finglas and in the Wexford seaside town of Courtown on(...)

Orchard Lawns in Cherry Orchard, Dublin, where builders were targeted by antisocial behaviour while constructing a social housing project. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Gangland criminals who extorted over €550,000 from construction companies in west Dublin had their accounts frozen by the Criminal Assets Bureau (...)

The Department of Housing was informed two years two years ago of the allegations of criminality at a time when Tánaiste Simon Coveney was minister. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy is to set up an independent investigation into the manner in which his department and Dublin City Council handled i(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy  said he ‘can’t condone that kind of activity, or officials from any local authority being involved in that type of activity’. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Government may look into whether councils around the country have paid “security” or protection money to ensure houses can be built without anti-s(...)

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