City Council

146 results

Dolphin House flat complex, which has been subject of a  regeneration project in recent years. A partially empty block is due to be used for the training exercise. File image: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

Planned garda emergency reponse unit training in a Dublin public housing complex has been called off. Dublin City Council informed the community grou(...)

Dublin City Council acquired the lease on Tolka Park in Drumcondra, the home of Shelbourne football club, in 2016, with the intention of selling the land to fund the redevelopment of Dalymount Park in Phibsborough.

Tolka Park football stadium is set to be protected from redevelopment for the foreseeable future after Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan(...)

Harry Clarke’s windows are the Honan’s glory, having what Oswald Reeves called ‘a jewelled gorgeousness of pattern’

Context is everything, so it is important to remember that the Honan Chapel at University College Cork expresses what, in the years of its making from(...)

Many of the larger churches opened in Dublin during the long episcopacy of Archbishop John Charles McQuaid, from 1940 to 1971, may be knocked down.

The symbolism, though hardly intended, is inescapable. Many of the larger churches opened in Dublin during the long episcopacy of Archbishop John Ch(...)

City planner John O’Hara last month said the policy changes were an attempt to return a ‘diversity’ of housing types to Dublin City. Photograph: iStock

The planning regulator is to block attempts by Dublin City Council to introduce a number of tight controls on the development of build-to-rent (BTR) a(...)

Johnny Ronan planned initially  to build a 13-storey high tower on the Appian Way site in Dublin. File  photograph: Collins

Johnny Ronan planned initially to build a 13-storey tower on the Appian Way site in Dublin where he was recently refused permission for a 10-storey bu(...)

The council planner’s report has described the five-storey, 15-apartment scheme by a company majority-owned by Cairn Homes founder Kevin Stanley as ‘innovative’ and having a ‘unique design’. Photograph: iStock

Dublin City Council has given the green light for a build-to-rent scheme on Merrion Square. The council planner’s report has described the (...)

Teeling Whiskey operates a micro distillery beside the proposed development site.

Teeling Whiskey claims a planned nine-storey apartment scheme for the Newmarket area in Dublin 8 is “excessive” and would have a “severe” impact (...)

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan told the students’ union ‘it is not the city council’s fault that you appear to have been unaware of how the planning system works’. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The chief executive of Dublin City Council has been criticised for “snide and dismissive” comments to a students’ union that raised concerns over the (...)

The ‘mother of Portland Row’, Lily Fagan, with fellow residents, looking forward to Kellie Harrington competing for gold this  weekend. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Kellie Harrington’s carriage awaits. There is a choice: she could go for the fairytale, Cinderella-type glass coach. Or something more restrained in (...)

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