Perry Cieran

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At 28m the maximum height for most of the city would be half the height of Liberty Hall (59m). File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Dublin City councillors have approved plans to allow apartment blocks to up 24m, the equivalent of eight storeys tall in “low-rise” areas of Dublin c(...)

‘I was shocked to be arrested and handcuffed for participating in a peaceful local protest,’ said Cllr   Cieran Perry. Photograph: Frank Miller /	The Irish Times

Dublin’s deputy lord mayor Cieran Perry has been cleared of public order charges arising out of his arrest during a protest in support of striking wor(...)

Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr Cieran Perry pictured outside the Bridewell District Court in Dublin. Photograph: Courts Collins

Dublin’s Deputy Lord Mayor Cieran Perry has appeared in court on public order charges arising out of his arrest at a protest in support of striking wo(...)

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly: wrote to council chief executive Owen Keegan last month. Photograph:  Liam Burke/Press 22

In December 2007, Dublin City Council changed its development plan to increase the minimum size of one-bedroom apartments to 55sq m and restrict apart(...)

Minister for  Environment Alan Kelly: in October he announced developers would no longer be able to “buy their way out” of social housing obligations, but would be required to provide less social housing, at 10 per cent. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin City Council is seeking money instead of social housing in two of the largest residential developments planned for the city since the property (...)

Maureen O’Sullivan: Accused the Coalition, Dublin City Council and the HSE of a “serious breach of duty of care” in undermining drug-free homeless accommodation. Photograph: The Irish Times

A Dublin hostel, earmarked as a “drug-free” facility by the HSE and the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive, has become overrun by drug dealing and her(...)

The Local Election result has already cost Eamon Gilmore his role as Tánaiste and leader of the Labour Party.  Photograph; Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The Local Election result has already cost Eamon Gilmore his role as Tánaiste and leader of the Labour Party. An analysis of the results translated(...)

Lord Mayor of Dublin Oisin Quinn. Photograph:  Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Dublin Lord Mayor Oisin Quinn has failed to overturn a Standards in Public Office Commission finding that he inadvertently committed minor breaches of(...)

 A homeless  man  begs  on  a  Dublin city street. Dublin City Council’s budget  proposes that   unding for homeless services will be cut by €6 million. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Funding for homeless services has been cut by €6 million, housing adaptation grants have been cut by €3 million and social housing rents have been (...)

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