Councillors Consider Whether to Back New Plan for Hundreds of Proposed Homes on Council Land at Oscar Traynor Roadby Laoise Neylon
Dublin City Council would sell the site to developer Glenveagh, which would agree to build 853 homes there, which would all be social and affordable, say officials. But what does affordable mean?
No Secrets for the Artists Working in Public in the Douglas Hyde Galleryby Claudia Dalby
Three artists are using corners of the gallery as their studios, creating works that will be on show there when the exhibition From Here to There opens later this month.
Council Planners Assessed New “Payphones” as Advertising, says Councillorby Laoise Neylon
They should have looked at the phone kiosks as “street furniture” and so how they contribute to clutter on the footpaths, says Damian O’Farrell, an independent councillor.
Combining Korean, Irish, and More Cuisines, a Dublin Chef Warms Belliesby Claudia Dalby
At Han Sung Korean Restaurant in the north inner-city, chef Kejia Zhang is experimenting with spicy cheesy rice, chicken mayo, and noodles bolognese.
Where Does the Energy Come From for Households on Renewable Energy Plans?by Shamim Malekmian
It’s not clear enough to consumers right now, says one energy researcher.
In The Coombe, Residents Push Back against an Application for New Commuter Parkingby Claudia Dalby
It’s a proposal that hasn’t gone down well with some local councillors and residents, who argue that it’s against council policy.
Will You Draw Your Dublin Neighbourhood for Us?by Lois Kapila
This online tool lets you map your area’s boundaries, save your version, and see what others have drawn for the same area.