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The remaining space at TIO’s North Dock scheme would allow TikTok to accommodate about 1,500 workers.

While most employers are still considering their strategies for the much-anticipated post-pandemic return to the workplace, TikTok is forging ahead w(...)

Environmentalist Peter Sweetman: taking the latest challenge over permission granted by An Bord Pleanála last August. File Photograph: Collins Courts

A third legal challenge has been brought in a bid to overturn a fresh planning permission for a controversial development of 657 apartments on lands n(...)

A computer-generated image of the One Lime Street scheme as seen from the junction with Hanover Street East.

Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group has secured €65 million in development finance from AIB to fund the construction of One Lime Street, a new scheme of(...)

Traffic congestion scenes such as this one on the M11 were absent during lockdown, with motor insurance claims falling. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

As road traffic slumped during lockdowns all across Europe, so too did motor insurance claims, with the result that insurers are expected to enjoy win(...)

A computer generated image of Marlet’s Walled Orchard apartment scheme at Dundrum in south Dublin.

Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group has secured a €33 million financing facility with AIB to fund the construction of up to 142 apartments on a site it (...)

A computer-generated image shows Westridge’s proposed redevelopment of  DIT’s former Kevin St campus.

Developer Shane Whelan’s Westridge Real Estate has submitted a planning application for what may become the first of Dublin’s “pandemic-proofed” offic(...)

Hawkins House is one of the last remaining buildings in the block bordered by Hawkins Street, Tara Street, Townsend Street and Poolbeg Street. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Hawkins House, considered one of Dublin’s ugliest buildings, is finally to be levelled, three years after its demolition and redevelopment was granted(...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site, at Ringsend in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has told developers that it is sticking with the April 20th deadline for final bids on the former Irish Gl(...)

The plans also include a convenience store, cafe, gym and creche on a 3.9 hectare site on Carnlough Road in the northside suburb. Photograph: iStock

Planning permission has been granted for a new development of almost 500 homes and a neighbourhood centre on a former CIÉ site in Cabra. An Bord Ple(...)

 Former Baily Court Hotel,  Howth where a proposed housing development has been approved by An Bord Pleanála. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/ The Irish Times

Plans for 177 apartments at the old Baily Court Hotel in Howth village have been approved by An Bord Pleanála less than two months since the High Cour(...)

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