The site in Sandyford, south Dublin, is located about 3km from UCD and just a five-minute walk from two Luas stations

Swedish student accommodation provider Prime Living has emerged as the purchaser of a site at the junction of Blackthorn Road and Carmanhall Road in (...)

The proposed new UCD student accommodation  in the Roebuck Castle and Roebuck Precinct.

An application for a €300 million on-campus accommodation complex for 3,000 more students at University College Dublin (UCD) has been submitted to An (...)

The unused Kishoge train station, near Adamstown and Clonburris. The new suburb will at its closest point come within metres of Adamstown. Photograph: Alan Betson

Plans for more than 8,400 homes and six new schools to cater for a new town of more than 21,000 people have been published by South Dublin County Coun(...)

LDC Developments was refused permission for 69 apartments on the 1.1 acre former Royal Oak pub site on the N2. The company is awaiting an appeal decision from An Bord Pleanála

LDC Developments, a company associated with Margaret Scully, wife of Karl Scully who developed properties predominantly in north Dublin during the Cel(...)

 Horses  at the site  near Athenry in Co Galway  where Apple plans to build  a data centre. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Ireland could lose out on jobs from multinational companies because of delays in planning permission for the proposed Apple data centre in Athenry, Co(...)

People renting out their homes on Airbnb may have to get a licence under new rules to be brought in by the Government. Minister for Housing Eoghan Mu(...)

The Robin Walker-designed former  Bord Fáilte HQ in Dublin: a submission calling on An Bord Pleanála   to preserve the modernist structure  compares it to a Renaissance villa

A ding-dong battle has developed over plans by Irish Life plc to demolish the former Bord Fáilte headquarters at Baggot Street bridge in Dublin and r(...)

Planning laws for data centres could be loosened in light of the delays experienced by tech giant Apple in Galway, according to the Taoiseach

Planning laws for data centres could be loosened in light of the delays experienced by tech giant Apple in Galway, according to the Taoiseach Leo Vara(...)

An unpublished Housing Agency report showing Traveller housing targets have not been met at any point since they became compulsory for local authorities in 1998 was commissioned by Minister of State at the Department of Housing Damien English. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Elected councillors and members of the settled community should no longer be consulted on the provision of Traveller accommodation, Traveller advocate(...)

Baufritz HQ, in Germany: the Skerries project was the eco-housing giant’s first foray on to Irish soil

An ambitious plan to create Ireland’s first high-end eco-estate of prefabricated timber homes has ground to a halt after An Bord Pleanála refused it p(...)

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