Jim Keogan

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In the last two years, more than 500,000sq m of office space for Dublin has been granted planning permission, of which over 240,000sq m is currently under construction. Photograph: Alan Betson

The new Dublin City Development Plan, which was adopted in September by city councillors, came into effect last month, bringing to a conclusion a two-(...)

Dublin City Council says the bikes project has largely stalled due to the difficulties in identifying suitable advertising sites to fund the expansion

Plans for a radical redesign of the Dublin Bikes rental scheme to bring it to “urban villages” such as Ballymun, Finglas,Terenure and Ballyfermot are(...)

Advertising screens will be erected in Dublin 4 to pay for the Dublin Bikes rental scheme, despite opposition from An Taisce and local councillors. Photograph: Aidan Crawley.

Advertising screens will be erected in Dublin 4 to pay for the Dublin Bikes rental scheme, despite opposition from An Taisce and local councillors. (...)

St Teresa’s Gardens: The dilapidated 1950s estate, one of Dublin’s largest council-flat complexes, has been designated for regeneration with up to 500 homes proposed. Photograph: The Irish Times

Dublin city councillors have zoned lands at St Teresa’s Gardens in Dolphin’s Barn for a public park and sporting facilities, despite warnings from the(...)

What advertising screens in the D4 location would look like as part of Dublin Bikes deal

Users of the Dublin Bikes rental scheme are facing increased costs or reduced services following a decision of city councillors to oppose advertising(...)

While the fee for a one-off house is €65, and €34 for an extension, fees for larger residential and commercial developments increase in line with the size of the development. Photograph: The Irish Times

The number of planning applications made to local authorities across the State rose by 20 per cent last year, with Dublin City Council receiving almos(...)

Construction of a €30 million bridge linking Dublin’s south docks with the planned new “urban quarter” on the Poolbeg peninsula is to be fast-tracked (...)

More than 40 years have passed since proposals were made to encase Dublin city in a “motorway box”, of which the C-shaped M50 is the most tangible ele(...)

Modular housing in Dublin. The term “modular” refers to a structure made off-site and then assembled on-site. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The ruse that so-called modular housing is temporary or “emergency” accommodation was well and truly exposed by a Dublin City Council report to electe(...)

Flats at O’Devaney Gardens, off North Circular Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The regeneration of O’Devaney Gardens, one of Dublin’s most problematic and contentious social housing estates, has been put back on the table under p(...)

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