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In a recent submission to the council about future development of the 66-acre zone, comprising Grand Canal Dock on the south bank of the Liffey and North Lotts on the opposite side, the IDA urged the council to show more “flexibility” or Dublin risked losing out on foreign direct investment to competing cities. Photograph: David Sleator

IDA Ireland is at odds with Dublin City Council over proposed restrictions to limit the height of skyscrapers in a special economic zone planned for t(...)

Clonshaugh farmer Joe Jones said opponents are campaigning against the plant on environmental grounds. Photograph: Eric Luke/THE IRISH TIMES

Opponents of a regional wastewater treatment plant earmarked for north Co Dublin will step up their campaign against the facility ahead of a public co(...)

Jan O’Sullivan: announced her decision to seek the external investigation following a High Court order

Minister of State for Planning Jan O’Sullivan is seeking consultants to undertake an independent investigation of planning practices in six local auth(...)

Bord na Mona chief executive Gabriel D’Arcy: ‘We have done the engineering studies for it with regards to our part of the project.’ Photograph: Frank Miller

Bord na Móna has said it is ready to submit its part of the planning permission for a giant reservoir which will supply the east coast with water. T(...)

The zone includes what the council describes as “strategic assets” such as the Convention Centre at Spencer Dock. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A new fast-track planning scheme for Dublin’s Docklands has been approved by city councillors.Councillors last night ratified plans for the creation o(...)

The pub empire run by the family of the developer Paddy McKillen is to expand further, after An Bord Pleanála overturned Dublin City Council’s decisio(...)

Frank McDonald,Environment EditorThe imminent demolition of three seemingly ordinary Victorian two-storey houses on Vicar Street, Kilkenny, to facilit(...)

The Commission for Aviation Regulation has said the authority would be able to recoup the cost of a new runway through airport charges only if and when passenger numbers recover to peak levels of 23.5 million. Photographer: Dara MacDonaill

A second runway at Dublin airport is unlikely to be built until after 2019 according Dublin Airport Authority documents.The authority is seeking consu(...)

Some DIT staff have objected to the use of Shell money at a recent staff meeting. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

An innovative new art degree, to be part-funded by Shell, is causing controversy among staff at two third-level colleges. The proposed new visual art (...)

An Bord Pleanála has granted permission for a Tesco “superstore” at Liffey Valley in Dublin. The decision was published on the appeals body’s website (...)

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