Iveagh Trust

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The building was split into two markets, a “dry” clothes market fronting on to Francis Street and a “wet market” to the rear. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Heritage body An Taisce is seeking urgent action from Dublin City Council to halt the dereliction of the historic Iveagh Markets, which were to have r(...)

Have a meta moment and check in to Facebook on Facebook while on a tour of the building’s international headquarters at Grand Canal Dock (pre-booking necessary)

If architecture is your thing, or maybe you just enjoy having a potter around buildings that don’t usually let you in, then the many Open House event(...)

The site at Chapelizod Hill Road, 6km west of Dublin city centre

With the housing crisis showing no sign of abating, there should be keen interest among developers in a ready-to-go site for 34 houses in Chapelizod, (...)

“Arthur Guinness would want us to vote on Thursday to remain in the European Union.” Photograph: Eric Luke

My family has been involved with brewing beer in Dublin since 1759, and the world of beer faces its largest threat in very many years. As a family, we(...)

Jane Jacobs: author of ‘The Death and Life of Great American Cities’ was born 100 years ago this year

Jane Jacobs the urban activist, journalist and author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities (1961) was born 100 years ago this year. In memor(...)

It is important to establish whether the chimney is shared between the two properties or is serving one property only.

Q My next door neighbour’s (rental property) chimney appears to be leaking a water and soot mixture down the walls of our house (the hall walls do(...)

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly said the new fund was in addition to enhanced funding for social housing  announced in the budget and in the social housing strategy. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A €300 million investment fund for social housing, which will deliver 2,000 units of public housing over the next three years, will be built on and e(...)

The  dilipidated Iveagh Markets on Francis Street, Dublin: Construction, being undertaken by Temple Bar hotelier and publican Martin Keane, is expected to start soon and finish in 2017. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Work on a €90 million redevelopment of Dublin’s historic Iveagh Markets is to get under way this spring, more than 20 years after its regeneration (...)

The “Iceberg Project”, a mixed-use scheme of 200 apartments in Aarhus, Denmark

As the Government announces €2.2 billion in capital investment for social housing over the next three years, and plans to deliver 6,700 units by 2017,(...)

Many local marches converged at the GPO on O’Connell Street this afternoon as tens of thousands protested against water charges. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Many local marches converged at the GPO on O’Connell Street this afternoon as tens of thousands protested against water charges.There was traffic disr(...)

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