Some 60 per cent of survey respondents supported the cycle and pedestrian path being made permanent. File photograph: Photograph: Alan Betson

The permanent closure to through traffic of the main road outside the new TU Dublin campus at Grangegorman, to improve cyclist and pedestrian safety, (...)

Dublin’s Grafton Street, almost deserted. Increased Covid-19 restrictions in October and November brought parts of the services sector to a standstill. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Business activity in Dublin’s private sector decreased in the final quarter of last year, and the outlook remains “at the mercy” of the intensity of C(...)

Cyclist on Strand Road, Sandymount: A two-way cycle route  is due to come into operation next month for a six-month trial. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

The Sandymount coast would be without any cycling facilities until 2026 “at the earliest” if an alternative to Dublin City Council’s Strand Road cycle(...)

The work will be funded as part of a €7.6 million plan to improve walking and cycling safety in Dublin city this year. Photograph: Alan Betson

The closure to through traffic of the main road outside the new TU Dublin campus at Grangegorman, to improve cyclist and pedestrian safety, is expecte(...)

In Dublin, more than 36,000 businesses had their rates waived across four local authorities. Photograph: Tom Honan / The Irish Times

About 121,000 businesses across the State had their local authority commercial rates waived between March and December last year due to the impact of (...)

The council would have been paying an average of €390,000 for the social and affordable housing at Oscar Traynor Road, while the average cost of directly built council homes is €430,000, council’s head of housing Brendan Kenny said. Photograph: iStock

Social and affordable homes are likely to be “considerably more expensive” at Dublin City Council’s Oscar Traynor Road site if built by the council in(...)

The State’s last affordable housing scheme was discontinued in 2011. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/ Bloomberg

Affordable and cost rental housing will not be viable in Dublin unless the State subsidy for its construction is doubled, Dublin City Council’s head o(...)

Mary Berry, with her son Isaac, at their home in Labre Park, Kylemore Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Residents of the State’s oldest Traveller housing development are “devastated” after its redevelopment, first promised 21 years ago, has again been th(...)

Development would not see  demolition of  1967 office tower as MM Capital does not own the Tesco unit  under the tower. Photograph: Tom Honan

The owners of Dublin’s Phibsborough shopping centre are seeking to redevelop the 1960s complex, long regarded as an eyesore, as a “co-living” scheme r(...)

From bus to bike: Dublin Bus is reportedly considering rolling out an e-scooter service. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Developer Johnny Ronan’s company is seeking a meeting with Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien after continually failing to secure planning permissio(...)

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