Dublin

717 results

Merrion Strand:  its problems are said to be largely due to polluted streams ‘discharging’ on to the beach.

Swimming is set to be permanently banned at Merrion Strand in Dublin due to ongoing poor water quality results, according to Dublin City Council. Th(...)

Poolbeg wastewater plant: Local residents and sports clubs using the bay are tired of the failure to address its problems. Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy

The discharge of sewage from the Ringsend wastewater treatment plant into Dublin Bay is to be investigated by the European Commission. Beaches along(...)

A Spine buses remain routed though College Green. File photograph: The Irish Times

Conflicts arising over bus movements through the city centre and the proposal to create a traffic-free public space are the main reason the plaza plan(...)

Under the plaza plans, public transport traffic, including trams, buses and taxis, would continue to run north and south in front of Trinity College to access Nassau Street. File photograph: The Irish Times

A fresh application for Dublin city’s flagship traffic-free civic plaza at College Green will be submitted early this year, Dublin City Council chief (...)

A  barrel  outside a pub in Temple Bar, Dublin. ‘These barrels provide customers with outdoor space and add a lot to the atmosphere of the city,’ said Donall O’Keeffe of the Licensed Vintners Association. Photograph: iStock

Dublin’s publicans are facing a ban on placing barrels outside their premises following the success of the crackdown on sandwich boards in the city. (...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed interpretative centre and spa shows Booterstown bird sanctuary in the foreground.

Environmental groups have called on Dublin local authorities to reject developer Paddy McKillen jnr’s plans for a five-storey “biodiversity” centre at(...)

An architect’s illustration of the proposed building at Townsend Street in Dublin.

A planning application to build above the railway line in Dublin city centre as part of an 11-storey office and apartment rental scheme has been lodge(...)

The site at Oscar Traynor Road, just to the east of the entrance to the Dublin Port Tunnel, which is valued at €44 million. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Land hoarders across Dublin city and county face a bill of almost €30 million from January for failing to develop sites that could be used for housing(...)

A view of the Iveagh Markets building, in Francis Street, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Dublin City Council plans to repossess the Iveagh Markets from Temple Bar hotelier Martin Keane, despite this meaning it would face a €13 million bill(...)

If sold, €15m from the sale of Tolka Park football stadium, pictured, would be used for the development of Dalymount stadium. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/INPHO

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan wants to sell off more than €100 million worth of council-owned sites, instead of using the land for t(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • Next
  • Last »