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Iveagh Markets, Francis Street, Dublin. Hotelier and publican Martin Keane secured planning permission in 2007 to redevelop the Edwardian market in the Liberties.  File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin’s historic Iveagh Markets are “unsafe and in an advanced state of dereliction” due to “serious neglect and several damaging interventions”, a r(...)

The old Manhattan Cafe on Richmond Road: once a haunt of musicians and all-night revellers. Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

An attempt to reverse a Dublin City Council decision to block the redevelopment of the Manhattan Cafe site at Kelly’s Corner near Portobello will be m(...)

An impression of the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter

The collapse of plans for a €130 million cultural quarter on Parnell Square, Dublin, should be investigated by the Public Accounts Committee, Independ(...)

The scheme for choosing affordable housing buyers was going to cause ‘mass confusion’, Independent councillor Mannix Flynn said

Workers with jobs based as far from the capital as Mullingar, Tullamore, Dundalk, or Gorey could be eligible to buy discounted homes in Dublin, under (...)

All the existing buildings on the St Peter’s Bakery site are planned for demolition, except the early 20th century offices which face on to Parnell Street. Image: Google Maps

Plans for five blocks of student accommodation up to eight storeys high on Dublin’s Parnell Street are facing opposition over the partial demolition o(...)

The exterior of 422 North Circular Road, dramatist Seán O’Casey’s last residence. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The last Dublin home of dramatist and socialist Sean O’Casey, where he wrote his best known plays, is being bought by Dublin City Council for use as h(...)

Charges in the high-demand Dublin city centre “yellow zone” will rise from €2.90 to €3.20 an hour, while just outside this area the “red zone” charge will go from €2.40 to €2.70. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Dublin City Council has voted to approve draft bye-laws increasing the rates of on-street parking in the city centre from July. Late last year, counc(...)

Dublin City Council’s head of traffic said there was an “urgent need” to reconfigure College Green to take account of increased numbers of pedestrians and cyclists “and the new requirement to cater for 55m-long Luas cross-city trams”.

Dublin City Council spent almost €1.5 million on the College Green plaza project, which was refused permission by An Bord Pleanála three weeks ago, it(...)

James McSweeney House on Berkeley Street, Dublin 7. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A housing charity has been moving students into a senior-citizen flat complex in Dublin’s north inner city, after asking elderly residents to move out(...)

The College Gate complex on Townsend Street, Dublin

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has reaffirmed plans to acquire a public swimming pool and an apartment block in Dublin city centre to make way(...)

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