The council are proposing to increase the area restriction from 250m to 1km
Dublin City Council is considering a proposed plan to prevent an “over-concentration” of student accommodation developments within a 1km area, a step up from current regulations which state there should not be an over-concentration in a 250m space.
The proposed …
Council warns developments could disrupt transport and residential facilities in Grangegorman area
Development plans to increase student accommodation near the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) Grangegorman campus have been criticised by Dublin City Council (DCC). The council has rejected two development plans and requested their redesign, arguing they could cause disruption for …
An online survey has opened up for the public’s opinions on the €8 million development
Ahead of submitting plans to An Bord Pleanála, Dublin City Council (DCC) has asked the public to submit their views on the proposed College Green Plaza.
An online survey has been opened up which allows participants to give their opinions …
Bláithín Sheil explores the context behind Apollo house and what it says about Irish society
“No, Apollo House is not enough. It is like putting a plaster on the wound, dealing with the symptom but not with the cause”
Moving into Apollo House was not an appropriate response to the housing crisis, said Owen Keegan, …
The project is budgeted to cost €50million and aims to provide 250 new places for students
College have been given permission by Dublin City Council for plans to redevelop Oísin House, which is set to cost €50 million to complete.
Dublin City Council’s report approved Trinity’s new planning submission for the “reduction in height, mass and …
Originally to be completed by summer 2017, Dublin City Council have now released new timelines for the construction
The €8m proposal to transform College Green into a pedestrian and cycle plaza will not be finished before the end of 2018, Dublin City Council (DCC) has said. Initially, it was anticipated that the construction would be finalised by summer …
Hannah O’Brien-Møller speaks to Dublin musicians about their feelings towards new busking laws.
Love them or hate them, buskers are, and always have been, a vital presence on the streets of Dublin. From the old man who looks like a fisherman playing the violin to the guy with the weirdly soft voice who …
Due to the scale of the project, a report has deemed it necessary that it undergo an Environmental Impact Assessment
Dublin City Council’s (DCC) plans for the pedestrianisation of College Green are to go before An Bord Pleanála with a decision date expected for August 2017. The development is to cost in the region of €6 million.
Due to the …
Leading property investors warn rental rates are at the “limits of sustainability” in Ireland
Rents for student residences across Ireland have increased by €1,000 on average this year.
Trinity Student Union’s Accommodation Services are under increased pressure from students who have been unable to find accommodation as a result of the increased rental costs. …
Since the failed attempt to establish a nuclear power station at Carnsore Point in the 1970s, Irish policy makers have not considered nuclear power as a solution to the country’s growing energy needs on the basis that …