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Remediation of the site began in August 2011 after the Government moved responsibility for the site from the Department of the Environment to the Department of Agriculture at the request of Minister for Agriculture and Cork South Central TD Simon Coveney (above). Photograph: Alan Betson

A project valued at almost €100 million to convert the former Irish Steel plant at Haulbowline in Cork Harbour into a public park can move on to its n(...)

From the start, the waste water treatment works in the Dublin neighbourhood of Ringsend did not meet the EU waste water treatment directive standard and a noxious smell persistently affected the surrounding communities of Ringsend, Irishtown and Sandymount for years after its opening. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

In June 2003 the Ringsend waste water treatment works began operating, bringing an end to the dumping of more than 40 million gallons of raw sewage in(...)

Maura Harrington claimed An Bord Pleanála had misapplied the provisions of the directive and the development could have serious and irreversible implications.

Environmental campaigner Maura Harrington has lost a High Court challenge to planning permission for a sports and community facility in an area that s(...)

Lidl has been given the green light  for a licensed discount foodstore at  Church Road, East Wall Road, Dublin 3

Lidl has been given the green light by An Bord Pleanála for a licensed discount food store at the former Cahill Print Works at Church Road/East Wall R(...)

An inspector with An Bord Pleanála had recommended permission be refused due to the development’s proximity to several listed sites.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

An Bord Pleanála failed to specify why it approved permission for wind farm developments within 10km of special areas of protection and conservation i(...)

Ikea Ballymun, Dublin: company looking to expand its presence  in  the  Irish  market at Cherrywood  due to  the  success  of  its  first store  in  Ballymun.

Ikea, the Swedish household goods multiple, will not be permitted to proceed with its plans for a new 35,000sq m “flagship” store in the Cherrywood ar(...)

Liam Carroll, one of the country’s biggest developers during the property bubble, has seen a number of properties seized by banks.

Some 400 acres of prime development land at Cherrywood in south Dublin, formerly owned by developer Liam Carroll, is to be put on the market.The site (...)

It looked like a fairly standard planning application for a change of use from shop to restaurant on the corner of Drury Street and Castle Mark(...)

 Traffic volumes on some parts of the M50 (above), have increased by 25 per cent since 2010.

Multiple-point tolling and new variable peak-time pricing would be the best way to manage congestion on the M50, the four local authorities in (...)

Development of a long-distance cycle route linking Tralee and Daingean would complement the development of Daingean as a cycling hub town, but this justification  was not sufficient to overcome landscape concerns, an Bord Pleanala had found. Photograph : Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

A failure by An Bord Pleanala to consider the needs of cyclists and pedestrians when refusing permission for a major road widening scheme exten(...)

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