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A mock-up of the proposed Strand Road cycle path. Photograph: Dublin City Council

A “vast number of cases” will be lodged in the courts before the end of this year in relation to cycling facilities installed during the Covid-19 pand(...)

The High Court has ruled in favour of a challenge to the planned Sandymount cyclepath. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

A High Court ruling stopping the installation of a cyclepath on Strand Road in Sandymount could have “devastating consequences” for the development of(...)

A mock-up of the proposed Strand Road cycle path. Image via Dublin City Council

The High Court has rejected Dublin City Council’s planned two-lane cycleway for the Strand Road in Sandymount. Mr Justice Charles Meenan ruled the cy(...)

Several councillors urged the planners to recommend that the board refuse the scheme. File photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

One of the largest build-to-rent schemes planned for Dublin, a development of more than 1,600 apartments up to 18 storeys tall on Clonliffe Road, has (...)

An image of the proposed new development for Moore Street including a planned archway, which Dublin City Council wants replaced with a ‘more restrained opening’. Illustration: Hammerson

The UK property firm behind the redevelopment of the 5.5-acre plot between O’Connell Street and Moore Street has been given six months by Dublin City (...)

The plan involves the electrification of 40km of existing Sligo line as far as Maynooth and the M3 Parkway just north of Dunboyne to allow for Dart services. Photograph: Bryan O Brien / The Irish Times

The western expansion of Dart services to Maynooth and Dunboyne is facing delays with an application yet to be submitted to An Bord Pleanála. The Nat(...)

Minister of State for OPW Patrick O’Donovan, pictured with chief park superintendent Margaret Gormley, speaking on the publication of a plan to reduce commuter traffic, speeds and parking in the Phoenix Park. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Transport and planning authorities have to stop viewing Dublin’s Phoenix Park “as an avenue to O’Connell Street”, Minister of State for the Office of (...)

Plans to restrict cars in Dublin’s Phoenix Park are to be scaled back

Plans to restrict cars in Dublin’s Phoenix Park are to be scaled back and deferred despite strong public support for curbs on the park’s use by commut(...)

Empty stalls on Moore Street during the Covid-19 lockdown in January. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The extent of demolition on Moore Street and Henry Street planned as part of the 5.5-acre “Dublin Central” development is “unnecessary” and “unwarran(...)

A worker seen during construction of the National Children Hospital. Photograph: Alan Betson

The National Paediatric Hospital Development Board is to be granted a three-year extension for the use of Dublin City Council land, in an effort to co(...)

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