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Criticism of Council vote in favour of approving Oscar Traynor development in north Dublin
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Criticism of Council vote in favour of approving Oscar Traynor development in north Dublin

Tue 4:08 PM 18,322 Views 14 Comments

The 850-home development was rejected by councillors before, but has been approved after the proportion of social homes increased.

Met Éireann office and Casino in Marino on new list for protected status
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Met Éireann office and Casino in Marino on new list for protected status

Nov 12th 2021, 2:51 PM 15,166 Views 6 Comments

They include the Met Office in Glasnevin, the Casino in Marino and the baths in Clontarf.

Controversial development of 1,600 rental units in Drumcondra granted approval
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Controversial development of 1,600 rental units in Drumcondra granted approval

Nov 8th 2021, 3:41 PM 29,885 Views 53 Comments

The development has been the focus of significant public opposition, including from Dublin City Council.

€400m O'Devaney Gardens facing fresh delay after High Court review lodged
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€400m O'Devaney Gardens facing fresh delay after High Court review lodged

Nov 5th 2021, 8:27 PM 21,764 Views 14 Comments

Developers of the scheme are challenging a condition attached to the planning permission.

Dublin City Council issues tender for Moore Street market operator
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Dublin City Council issues tender for Moore Street market operator

Nov 1st 2021, 1:37 PM 18,661 Views 10 Comments

The successful bidder would manage the market from Thursday-Sunday between 9.30am to 10pm.

Eight in ten people want Capel Street fully pedestrianised, survey finds
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Eight in ten people want Capel Street fully pedestrianised, survey finds

Oct 28th 2021, 8:38 AM 16,915 Views 49 Comments

Dublin City Council ran a pedestrianisation trial on Parliament Street and Capel Street in recent months.

Dublin City Council begins legal action over demolition of The O’Rahilly house
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Dublin City Council begins legal action over demolition of The O’Rahilly house

Oct 26th 2021, 6:06 PM 35,237 Views 0 Comments

The court was told the case against Derryroe Ltd and the co-defendants was the “unauthorised demolition” of The O’Rahilly House.

Dublin City Council unveils plaque honouring anti-slavery leader Fredrick Douglass
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Dublin City Council unveils plaque honouring anti-slavery leader Fredrick Douglass

Updated Oct 21st 2021, 4:52 PM 21,347 Views 48 Comments

Abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass visited Ireland in 1845.

Giant chequered teapot sculpture unveiled in Smithfield Square
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Giant chequered teapot sculpture unveiled in Smithfield Square

Oct 18th 2021, 1:30 PM 32,699 Views 31 Comments

Smithfield Utah is the second of six sculptures being created as part of Dublin City Council’s Sculpture Dublin initiative.

From 'Traffic Tsar' to 'sarcastic' chief executive: Who is Dublin City Council CEO Owen Keegan?
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From 'Traffic Tsar' to 'sarcastic' chief executive: Who is Dublin City Council CEO Owen Keegan?

Oct 16th 2021, 8:00 PM 51,176 Views 32 Comments

Protesters and politicians called on the council chief to resign this week.

Dublin City Council chief Owen Keegan apologises for 'sarcastic' comment to Students' Union
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Dublin City Council chief Owen Keegan apologises for 'sarcastic' comment to Students' Union

Oct 13th 2021, 5:30 PM 20,842 Views 21 Comments

Owen Keegan came under heavy fire after saying that students’ unions should become developers to fix the accommodation crisis.

Students protest Dublin City Council over CEO Keegan’s comments on student housing
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Students protest Dublin City Council over CEO Keegan’s comments on student housing

Oct 13th 2021, 3:05 PM 17,214 Views 18 Comments

The protest heard several calls for Owen Keegan to resign as the council’s chief executive.

Taoiseach says Dublin City Council CEO Owen Keegan should withdraw comments on student housing
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Taoiseach says Dublin City Council CEO Owen Keegan should withdraw comments on student housing

Oct 12th 2021, 10:25 PM 54,735 Views 50 Comments

“I couldn’t believe it, I thought it was facile. I just didn’t understand the point he was making.”

Sinn Féin councillors call on DCC chief Owen Keegan to resign over student housing comments
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Sinn Féin councillors call on DCC chief Owen Keegan to resign over student housing comments

Updated Oct 12th 2021, 3:53 PM 25,561 Views 37 Comments

Minister of State Niall Collins has called on Owen Keegan to apologise, but not resign.

Dublin City Council chief criticised for suggesting UCD SU should build houses to fix shortage
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Dublin City Council chief criticised for suggesting UCD SU should build houses to fix shortage

Updated Oct 11th 2021, 10:46 PM 46,406 Views 53 Comments

UCD Students’ Union had written to Owen Keegan amid a shortage of housing for third-level students.

Green light for Conrad to transform into 'world class, five star hotel'
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Green light for Conrad to transform into 'world class, five star hotel'

Oct 5th 2021, 10:11 PM 34,351 Views 11 Comments

Archer Hotel Capital has secured permission for an eight storey extension.

Dublin councillors postpone vote to fill Anthony Flynn's council seat
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Dublin councillors postpone vote to fill Anthony Flynn's council seat

Oct 4th 2021, 8:39 PM 10,468 Views 0 Comments

Councilors were split on the best approach to take when filling the seat held by the late councillor.

Dublin councillors at odds over filling Anthony Flynn's seat amid ICHH controversy
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Dublin councillors at odds over filling Anthony Flynn's seat amid ICHH controversy

Oct 2nd 2021, 12:05 AM 17,676 Views 0 Comments
  • Some DCC members want Flynn to be replaced on Monday, while others want the vote postponed, Órla Ryan reports
  • A number of independent councillors are set to put forward Geraldine Molloy, an ICHH volunteer, to fill the seat
  • Mannix Flynn questioned bringing in a candidate while investigations into ICHH are ongoing
Dublin City Council received 7,000 submissions about traffic-free streets initiative
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Dublin City Council received 7,000 submissions about traffic-free streets initiative

Sep 22nd 2021, 11:54 AM 14,450 Views 9 Comments

Dublin City Council closed off two Dublin Street to traffic to facilitate outdoor dining

An Bord Pleanála issues rebuke to city council's 'too many hotels' claim
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An Bord Pleanála issues rebuke to city council's 'too many hotels' claim

Sep 13th 2021, 10:36 PM 19,314 Views 9 Comments

This follows the appeals board giving the green light to Ringline Investments for a nine storey hotel.

Council expresses 'serious reservations' on Merrion Square 'build to rent' scheme
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Council expresses 'serious reservations' on Merrion Square 'build to rent' scheme

Sep 7th 2021, 6:22 PM 22,233 Views 12 Comments

The six storey scheme includes 19 build to rent apartments.

Public consultation launched on traffic-free trial of two Dublin streets
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Public consultation launched on traffic-free trial of two Dublin streets

Aug 30th 2021, 6:34 PM 18,104 Views 23 Comments

Dublin City Council has been running a pedestrianisation trial on Parliament Street and Capel Street.

Homeless charities hit back after Keegan says 'whole industry' sustaining people sleeping in tents
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Homeless charities hit back after Keegan says 'whole industry' sustaining people sleeping in tents

Aug 17th 2021, 1:32 PM 24,553 Views 35 Comments

He said the policy of removing tents is “not very popular, but we do it because we don’t believe it’s appropriate”.

New parking blackspot emerges in Dublin during 2020 as clamping revenue takes €1m pandemic hit
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New parking blackspot emerges in Dublin during 2020 as clamping revenue takes €1m pandemic hit

Aug 13th 2021, 12:05 AM 71,076 Views 51 Comments

Clarendon Street saw the highest number of vehicles clamped during 2020.

'Safe but spectacular': Council planning for Kellie Harrington's Dublin homecoming
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'Safe but spectacular': Council planning for Kellie Harrington's Dublin homecoming

Aug 5th 2021, 4:43 PM 24,471 Views 18 Comments

The boxer will come back from the Olympics next week with at least a silver medal.

Councillors query long-term lease deal for 124 apartments at car park of former Regency Hotel
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Councillors query long-term lease deal for 124 apartments at car park of former Regency Hotel

Jul 26th 2021, 12:05 AM 36,380 Views 28 Comments
  • The Department of Housing recently signed off on the leasing deal between the Council and the developer, Cónal Thomas reports.
  • The move comes amid criticism of the State's reliance on expensive social housing leases.
  • Sinn Féin's Eoin O'Broin said "these kinds of expensive long-term leases are bad for social housing tenants."
Dublin City Council is using compulsory purchase orders to buy buildings to expand Abbey Theatre
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Dublin City Council is using compulsory purchase orders to buy buildings to expand Abbey Theatre

Jul 18th 2021, 7:30 AM 27,879 Views 25 Comments

Plans to expand the theatre were first unveiled in 2017.

'People in Ballymun are wary of plans because of the failed regeneration so we'll see if we can win them over'
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'People in Ballymun are wary of plans because of the failed regeneration so we'll see if we can win them over'

Jul 13th 2021, 8:00 PM 21,012 Views 11 Comments

New plans envisage the current square next to Ballymun Main Street being transformed into a new plaza divided into two sections.

Assistant Commissioner dismisses claims there are not enough gardaí on Dublin streets
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Assistant Commissioner dismisses claims there are not enough gardaí on Dublin streets

Jul 6th 2021, 8:29 PM 21,462 Views 30 Comments

Assistant Commissioner Anne Marie Cagney made her comments having received criticism from an inner city Councillor.

Dublin City Council passes motion calling for pilot of four-day week for staff
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Dublin City Council passes motion calling for pilot of four-day week for staff

Jul 5th 2021, 10:34 PM 45,797 Views 76 Comments

Councillors across parties supported the motion to try shortening the working week.

'We're sick waiting': Oliver Bond residents call for fast-tracking of regeneration works
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'We're sick waiting': Oliver Bond residents call for fast-tracking of regeneration works

Jun 30th 2021, 6:20 AM 14,211 Views 18 Comments

Residents of Oliver Bond House say they been told it will be ‘at least 15 years’ before they can expect completion of the long-promised regeneration programme.

'It's a dumping ground': Minister set to meet council over future of Oscar Traynor lands
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'It's a dumping ground': Minister set to meet council over future of Oscar Traynor lands

Jun 21st 2021, 12:05 AM 22,760 Views 7 Comments

Councillors have accused the Housing Department of stalling tactics over new proposals.

Part of Sandymount Village to be pedestrianised for July and August
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Part of Sandymount Village to be pedestrianised for July and August

Jun 15th 2021, 8:06 PM 16,085 Views 9 Comments

Dublin City Council has announced the eastern side of the village will be pedestrianised on a 24 hour basis in the two summer months.

Dublin City Council passes large land rezone in Finglas despite opposition
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Dublin City Council passes large land rezone in Finglas despite opposition

Jun 14th 2021, 8:49 PM 31,918 Views 27 Comments

The rezoning provides for around 2,200 new residential units, but opposers raised concerns over affordability.

Portobello Plaza will no longer be closed off at weekends
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Portobello Plaza will no longer be closed off at weekends

Jun 8th 2021, 5:49 PM 16,351 Views 11 Comments

Documents show local residents had complained to the council about issues including “public urination, defecation, open selling and use of drugs”.

Council to take €250,000 loss on Dublin property it bought just four years ago
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Council to take €250,000 loss on Dublin property it bought just four years ago

Jun 6th 2021, 3:54 PM 56,234 Views 31 Comments

Though commercial property prices have generally risen since then, the council says the condition of the property has deteriorated.

Gardaí restrict access to Dublin streets and arrest 10 people for public order incidents
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Gardaí restrict access to Dublin streets and arrest 10 people for public order incidents

Jun 6th 2021, 12:47 AM 45,484 Views 96 Comments

Gardaí say they came under fire on South Anne Street and Temple Bar.

More bins and portable loos placed in cities this weekend (but some areas are still fenced off)
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More bins and portable loos placed in cities this weekend (but some areas are still fenced off)

Jun 5th 2021, 6:30 AM 13,199 Views 26 Comments

The public facilities come as pubs and restaurants reopen their outdoor spaces next week.

Several Dublin streets to close to vehicles on weekend evenings for 'traffic-free' trial
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Several Dublin streets to close to vehicles on weekend evenings for 'traffic-free' trial

Updated Jun 4th 2021, 4:00 PM 12,381 Views 28 Comments

Parliament Street and Capel Street are among those being made traffic-free on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings for six weeks.

Whitewater rafting: Dublin City Council CEO explored crowd-funding controversial project
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Whitewater rafting: Dublin City Council CEO explored crowd-funding controversial project

Jun 3rd 2021, 6:03 PM 16,664 Views 42 Comments

The proposed facility at George’s Dock was first announced in 2019.

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