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 …
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. …
Elements of the Printing House are also to be demolished according to the tender
College on Thursday posted a tender for the demolition of the Oisín House Building, along with parts of the Printing House, storage spaces by the Pearse Street gate and numerous walls within the site as part of its €52 million …
An Taisce and a number of Trinity alumni have raised concerns about the planned development
Plans submitted for the proposed €52 million redevelopment of Oisin House on Pearse Street have recently come under fire from both An Taisce and a number of college alumni.
The planning permission proposal, submitted on the 6th of November 2015 …