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From Business ETC Hospitality outfit the Key Collection has lost an appeal to run short-term lets without permission Building And Property

Hospitality outfit the Key Collection has lost an appeal to run short-term lets without permission

An Bord Pleanála rejected an appeal following a council decision last year.

From Business ETC It's the 'end of the road' for Ireland's first drive-in cinema as Movie Junction heads for liquidation Media And Marketing

It's the 'end of the road' for Ireland's first drive-in cinema as Movie Junction heads for liquidation

The outfit had been operating in Cork for close to 10 years.

From TheJournal.ie Amid many rivals, co-working space Huckletree is taking a 'curated' approach to startups Startups And Tech

Amid many rivals, co-working space Huckletree is taking a 'curated' approach to startups

Competitors won’t force the company to ‘take our eye off the ball’, says Aislinn Mahon.

From TheJournal.ie A tiny brewery is planned for Dublin's docklands and it looks to belong to BrewDog Food And Drink

A tiny brewery is planned for Dublin's docklands and it looks to belong to BrewDog

The Scottish maker of Punk IPA beer is staying tight-lipped on the matter.

From TheJournal.ie Dunnes stripped the insides of a new Blackrock store before clearing the planning system Building And Property

Dunnes stripped the insides of a new Blackrock store before clearing the planning system

The supermarket chain says it doesn’t need council approval for the works.

From Business ETC Dunnes stripped the insides of a new Blackrock store before clearing the planning system Building And Property

Dunnes stripped the insides of a new Blackrock store before clearing the planning system

The supermarket chain says it doesn’t need council approval for the works.

From Business ETC Amid many rivals, co-working space Huckletree is taking a 'curated' approach to startups Startups And Tech

Amid many rivals, co-working space Huckletree is taking a 'curated' approach to startups

Competitors won’t force the company to ‘take our eye off the ball’, says Aislinn Mahon.

From Business ETC A tiny brewery is planned for Dublin's docklands and it looks to belong to BrewDog Food And Drink

A tiny brewery is planned for Dublin's docklands and it looks to belong to BrewDog

The Scottish maker of Punk IPA beer is staying tight-lipped on the matter.

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think Dublin should relax its building height restrictions? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Dublin should relax its building height restrictions?

A row has broken out over Johnny Ronan’s planned Salesforce ‘tower’.

From TheJournal.ie Lidl paused plans for a controversial Kildare store - but it hasn't thrown in the towel yet Retail And Services

Lidl paused plans for a controversial Kildare store - but it hasn't thrown in the towel yet

The second store in Naas received 40 objections and was refused for contravening town centre plans.

From TheJournal.ie Burrito bar Boojum is fighting to keep a takeaway at one of its Dublin joints Food And Drink

Burrito bar Boojum is fighting to keep a takeaway at one of its Dublin joints

Planners are investigating a complaint against the to-go offering at its Hanover Quay restaurant.

From Business ETC A frequent objector irate about fast food's 'fat arses' is trying to block Supermac's new plaza Building And Property

A frequent objector irate about fast food's 'fat arses' is trying to block Supermac's new plaza

A separate appeal against a project linked to a Facebook- and Google-backed cable has fallen flat.

From Business ETC Dublin Port says it's ploughing on with a plan to build temporary cruise ship facilities Tourism And Transport

Dublin Port says it's ploughing on with a plan to build temporary cruise ship facilities

The company is looking to attract more ‘turnaround business’ from vessels.

From Business ETC Burrito bar Boojum is fighting to keep a takeaway at one of its Dublin joints Food And Drink

Burrito bar Boojum is fighting to keep a takeaway at one of its Dublin joints

Planners are investigating a complaint against the to-go offering at its Hanover Quay restaurant.

From Business ETC Lidl paused plans for a controversial Kildare store - but it hasn't thrown in the towel yet Retail And Services

Lidl paused plans for a controversial Kildare store - but it hasn't thrown in the towel yet

The second store in Naas received 40 objections and was refused for contravening town centre plans.

From TheJournal.ie After a Middle East launch, Kastus aims to bring its bug-killing tech to shops and airports Startups And Tech

After a Middle East launch, Kastus aims to bring its bug-killing tech to shops and airports

The Dublin company just signed an agreement with an Oman-based ceramic tile maker.

From TheJournal.ie Welcome to the 'experience economy': Why restaurants are moving into shopping centres Retail And Services

Welcome to the 'experience economy': Why restaurants are moving into shopping centres

Outlets like Dundrum Town Centre and Liffey Valley are using food to drive footfall.

From Business ETC After a Middle East launch, Kastus aims to bring its bug-killing tech to shops and airports Startups And Tech

After a Middle East launch, Kastus aims to bring its bug-killing tech to shops and airports

The Dublin company just signed an agreement with an Oman-based ceramic tile maker.

From Business ETC Welcome to the 'experience economy': Why restaurants are moving into shopping centres Retail And Services

Welcome to the 'experience economy': Why restaurants are moving into shopping centres

Outlets like Dundrum Town Centre and Liffey Valley are using food to drive footfall.

From TheJournal.ie As it plots an expansion, the Digital Hub has been ordered to pay up for sitting on vacant land Building And Property

As it plots an expansion, the Digital Hub has been ordered to pay up for sitting on vacant land

The State agency has to pay a levy of nearly €100,000 this year – and that figure’s due to rise.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin Blue Lager's maker is opening a €10m 'beer factory' in the city centre Food And Drink

Dublin Blue Lager's maker is opening a €10m 'beer factory' in the city centre

The project is being led by the Woolshed’s owner and an ex-Heineken exec.

From Business ETC Moovingo wants to shake up the commission-hungry world of selling property Startups And Tech

Moovingo wants to shake up the commission-hungry world of selling property

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the ‘prop-tech’ company.

From Business ETC As Dublin's co-working scene heats up, Guinness Enterprise Centre is doubling in size Startups And Tech

As Dublin's co-working scene heats up, Guinness Enterprise Centre is doubling in size

The facility currently holds 500 people working for 85 startups and small businesses.

From Business ETC Dublin Blue Lager's maker is opening a €10m 'beer factory' in the city centre Food And Drink

Dublin Blue Lager's maker is opening a €10m 'beer factory' in the city centre

The project is being led by the Woolshed’s owner and an ex-Heineken exec.

From Business ETC As it plots an expansion, the Digital Hub has been ordered to pay up for sitting on vacant land Building And Property

As it plots an expansion, the Digital Hub has been ordered to pay up for sitting on vacant land

The State agency has to pay a levy of nearly €100,000 this year – and that figure’s due to rise.

From TheJournal.ie Limerick port accuses its clients of trying to kill a floating data centre project 'at all costs' Building And Property

Limerick port accuses its clients of trying to kill a floating data centre project 'at all costs'

US firm Nautilus – backed by the Irish State – is due to develop the facility in Limerick city.

From TheJournal.ie Freshly Chopped plans to sell hats, knives and tea towels to keep its Grafton Street outlet alive Retail And Services

Freshly Chopped plans to sell hats, knives and tea towels to keep its Grafton Street outlet alive

The salad bar chain is trying to make peace with Dublin council after a lengthy planning dispute.

From Business ETC UK shared office outfit Us&Co has come to Ireland to capitalise on Brexit refugees Building And Property

UK shared office outfit Us&Co has come to Ireland to capitalise on Brexit refugees

Despite the increasingly crowded Dublin market, the company is looking at opening more offices here.

From Business ETC Limerick port accuses its clients of trying to kill a floating data centre project 'at all costs' Building And Property

Limerick port accuses its clients of trying to kill a floating data centre project 'at all costs'

US firm Nautilus – backed by the Irish State – is due to develop the facility in Limerick city.

From Business ETC Freshly Chopped plans to sell hats, knives and tea towels to keep its Grafton Street outlet alive Retail And Services

Freshly Chopped plans to sell hats, knives and tea towels to keep its Grafton Street outlet alive

The salad bar chain is trying to make peace with Dublin council after a lengthy planning dispute.

From TheJournal.ie The Ilac's owners hope to turn Henry Street into a Dundrum-style late-night shopping district Retail And Services

The Ilac's owners hope to turn Henry Street into a Dundrum-style late-night shopping district

Hammerson says it is in talks with other businesses in the area about opening late into the evening.

From Business ETC 'It's not just a man and his dog': Echelon's boss says negative 'myths' surround data centres Resource And Energy

'It's not just a man and his dog': Echelon's boss says negative 'myths' surround data centres

It has been warned that data centres could be a big drain on Ireland’s power grid.

From Business ETC The Ilac's owners hope to turn Henry Street into a Dundrum-style late-night shopping district Retail And Services

The Ilac's owners hope to turn Henry Street into a Dundrum-style late-night shopping district

Hammerson says it is in talks with other businesses in the area about opening late into the evening.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook given go-ahead for upgrades to former AIB headquarters amid plans to move base to Dublin 4 Property

Facebook given go-ahead for upgrades to former AIB headquarters amid plans to move base to Dublin 4

Plans approved for its Ballsbridge campus include a series of bridges to link each office block.

From TheJournal.ie As it announces 1,000 jobs, Facebook has been cleared for a raft of upgrades to its new D4 home Building And Property

As it announces 1,000 jobs, Facebook has been cleared for a raft of upgrades to its new D4 home

Plans approved for its Ballsbridge campus include a series of bridges to link each office block.

From TheJournal.ie Autodesk shifted its EMEA base from Switzerland to Ireland because it needed better talent Startups And Tech

Autodesk shifted its EMEA base from Switzerland to Ireland because it needed better talent

The design software company said that ‘financial advantages aren’t enough’ anymore.

From Business ETC As it announces 1,000 jobs, Facebook has been cleared for a raft of upgrades to its new D4 home Building And Property

As it announces 1,000 jobs, Facebook has been cleared for a raft of upgrades to its new D4 home

Plans approved for its Ballsbridge campus include a series of bridges to link each office block.

From Business ETC Poll: When do you think Ireland's housing crisis will ease? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: When do you think Ireland's housing crisis will ease?

Salesforce expects the issue to wane by the time its new Dublin office is fully operational.

From Business ETC Salesforce thinks the housing crisis will ease by the time it brings 1,500 new jobs to Dublin Startups And Tech

Salesforce thinks the housing crisis will ease by the time it brings 1,500 new jobs to Dublin

The company is building a new ‘urban campus’ in the docklands to open during 2021.

From TheJournal.ie Iconic Offices finds the Irish market 'challenging' – and is plotting its overseas debut soon Building And Property

Iconic Offices finds the Irish market 'challenging' – and is plotting its overseas debut soon

The flexible office space provider is eyeing up more locations after launching its biggest office to date.

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