Fred Logue

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Architect’s image of St Anne’s Park development: Successful challenges have been taken to more than one board strategic housing development permission for a particular development, as happened when a company of Pat Crean’s Marlet group sought permission, initially for 536 dwellings, later 657, on lands near the park in Raheny.

Minister of State Peter Burke says that “an industry” has now been created where judicial reviews are being taken against planning decisions, clogging(...)

Solicitors Simon McGarr and Fred Logue addressed the Oireachtas Committee on Children. File photograph: Alan Betson

A new law intended to legalise a person’s right to access birth certificates and information is incompatible with EU privacy law, an Oireachtas commit(...)

The case is against An Bord Pleanála, the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, and the State. Pictured above is Cork city. Photograph: iStock

A Cork city community association wants the High Court to overturn An Bord Pleanála’s permission for certain flood relief works in the city. The proc(...)

No 40, Herbert Park, in Dublin 4, was the home of Michael Joseph O’Rahilly, known as The O’Rahilly, the only leader of the 1916 Rising to die in battle. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A High Court judge will decide later whether an invalidity identified by him in An Bord Pleanála’s permission for a development in Ballsbridge can be (...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin says he does not known if his party’s polling activity had been against the law.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said that the practice of political party volunteers posing as pollsters should not have happened. It was not right, it (...)

Privacy campaigner Max Schrems appearing before the Oireachtas Committe on Tuesday

The Data Protection Commission (DPC) has rejected claims it is deliberately refusing to regulate big tech companies, or that it is incapable of doing (...)

Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems will appear before the Oireachtas Committee on Justice to discuss his ongoing complaint against Facebook’s user data policies

The Data Protection Commission (DPC) has failed to resolve 98 per cent of cases important enough to be of concern across the EU and needs to be urgent(...)

The Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes was chaired by Judge Yvonne Murphy. Photograph: Eric Luke

Hundreds of people who gave confidential testimony to the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes will be able to get copies of that t(...)

The application concerns An Bord Pleanala’s permission for 32 apartments on the site of a protected structure known as Stone Villa, at North Circular Road, Dublin 7.

A local residents’ group has initiated a challenge to planning approval for an apartment development on Dublin’s North Circular Road on grounds includ(...)

The flood relief scheme runs between St Enda’s Park (above) and the confluence of the stream with the Owendoher river in Rathfarnham. Image: Google Streetview

A local residents group has taken a High Court challenge over planning approval for flood relief works in Rathfarnham in south County Dublin. Ballybo(...)

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