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The house had gone on the market in 2018 for €450,000 but was recently offered for sale for €625,000 despite its condition having deteriorated in the intervening years. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dublin City Council has revived plans to buy the former home of playwright Seán O’Casey in Dublin’s north inner city. In March of last year the counc(...)

A waiter holds a sanitiser at a restaurant in New Delhi, India, on Tuesday. Irish restaurants are set to reopen on June 29th. Photograph: Prakash Singh/AFP via Getty Images

The hospitality industry has welcomed the publication of new guidelines on how it can reopen safely as coronavirus restrictions begin to lift, but som(...)

The council had planned to cover the cost of the project by selling smaller depot sites.

Dublin city councillors have approved €34 million in borrowing to fund the construction of a facility in Ballymun for outdoor staff and equipment, fol(...)

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin city councillors will on Monday night be asked to approve €34 million in borrowing to fund the construction of facility in Ballymun for outdoor(...)

The former Readymix concrete site on East Wall Road. Up to 90 apartments are to be built on the land. Image: Google Maps

The construction of almost 300 social homes on three vacant sites in Dublin, including one bought by the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA)(...)

An affordable housing scheme in Ballymun in north Dublin built by Ó Cualann Cohousing. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The developer behind the only “affordable housing” project built in the State for more than a decade is to restart work on-site this week in defiance (...)

Sheno Mouradi with her husband and children: they were among the families who   exited homelessness in March. Photograph:   Nick Bradshaw

Almost 100 families in Dublin exited homelessness in March – a significant increase on the 84 families in March 2019, according to Dublin City Council(...)

Work is to restart in Cork city at three sites, with almost 100 homes in total due to be finished shortly at White Street, Blarney Street and Knocknaheeny.  Photograph: Getty Images

Work is to restart on only three Dublin city social housing sites following the easing of construction restrictions during the pandemic. The city ha(...)

A worker cleans  seats in St Stephen’s Green in Dublin city centre. Photoraph: Tom Honan

A strategy to ensure services for Dublin city’s most in need – including older people, children at risk, vulnerable families and homeless people – con(...)

Brendan Kenny, Dublin City Council’s head of housing, said the local authority does not plan to build the proposed homes itself, but will use instead approved housing bodies to provide the social housing element. Photograph: Alan Betson

The construction of more than 700 social homes on local authority sites across Dublin will take up to a decade if councillors block land sales to hous(...)

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