Jim Keogan

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Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin was developed in the early 19th  century. Householders have exclusive access to small park.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A scheme to bring the historic houses of Dublin’s south Georgian core back into use is to be introduced by Dublin City Council. The council has assess(...)

 The Maxol service station at Constitution Hill,  Dublin 8. Photograph: Eric Luke

One of the first major developments of the €200 million Grangegorman campus for Dublin Institute of Technology has gone back to the drawing board foll(...)

 Dublin City Council’s fruit and vegetable market in the north inner city.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

It is easy to scoff at the follies and foibles of the preceeding generation – the clothes, the hair, or more recently the giant overblown development (...)

Dublin City Councillors were last night asked to consider the introduction of planning controls which would prohibit certain types of retail outlet from opening on Grafton Street on the grounds they “would detract from the character of the street”. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Charities have been given a reprieve by Dublin City Councillors who have voted not to ban their shops from opening on Grafton Street.Councillors were (...)

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