An Bord Pleanála

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Counsel for the residents claimed the injunction was the first attempt before the Irish courts of what is known internationally as ‘strategic litigation against public participation’. Photograph: iStock

A developer is seeking a High Court injunction preventing several south Co Dublin residents from bringing a legal challenge against a proposed develo(...)

The council published new plans last year for the pedestrian and cycle plaza at College Green,  which would see the traffic-free zone double in size from previous designs

The pedestrianisation of College Green will not begin until 2024, six years after Dublin City Council’s last plans for the civic plaza were rejected b(...)

The fifth floor of number 23 Shelbourne Road in Ballsbridge is to be leased by the State of Israel from the building owners, Spectre (Shelbourne) Ltd.

The High Court has quashed a decision that a change of use of part of a building in Dublin for new offices for the Israeli embassy requires planning p(...)

Mr Justice Richard Humphreys gave the Ballyboden Tidy Towns Group  permission to bring its judicial review action against An Bord Pleanála.

The High Court has cleared the way for a local group to bring a legal challenge against An Bord Pleanála’s approval of 114 build-to-rent apartments in(...)

St Audeon’s primary school, which is just 150 metres from the planned drug injection centre,  claimed it  would worsen the already serious problems  in the area. Photograph: iStock

An Bord Pleanála is to appoint a new inspector as part of its reconsideration of a planning application for Ireland’s first medically supervised heroi(...)

View of the proposed scheme, looking north along Longfield Road. Source: shoreline2shd.ie

Planning permission has been granted for a €466 million, 1,221 unit apartment scheme for Baldoyle in Dublin 13. An Bord Pleanála gave the green light(...)

Our local shop closed five years ago. There had been a shop in that location for half a century. Photograph: iStock

I find myself in a small rage every time I walk down the street where I live in Dublin. Specifically, when I walk past the corner where our neighbourh(...)

The award is given each year to individuals and groups that  best embody the fighting spirit of Cork-born, American trade unionist and children’s rights activist, Mother Jones.

A mother and baby home survivors group has been honoured with this year’s Spirit of Mother Jones Award for its efforts to ensure that more than 800 ba(...)

A computer-generated image of the proposed development

Council planners have recommended to An Bord Pleanála that permission for a contentious 276-unit student accommodation scheme for Dún Laoghaire be ref(...)

Dublin Port is a critical infrastructure for Irish trade and accounted for almost 85% of unitised trade into Irish ports last year. File photograph: The Irish Times

Dublin Port Company has announced plans for a €400 million project to redevelop the south side of the State’s busiest port that will include building (...)

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