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# An Bord Pleanála

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Taoiseach says overhauling planning laws 'essential' to delivering climate and housing targets
Q&A: New planning laws and the controversy over residents groups
Cabinet approves international surrogacy policy proposals with aim of giving 100s of families a 'route to recognition'
Strict timelines on judicial review times and who can take them in major planning overhaul
Permission for Meath data centre is breach of neighbour's constitutional rights, court told
Construction firm ordered to pay €3,000 over ‘technical breach’ in O'Rahilly house demolition
Justice Department's Oonagh Buckley appointed as interim chair of An Bord Pleanála
Planning permission sought for apartment buildings on site of former Mother and Baby Home
An Bord Pleanála chair to retire early on family grounds following tumultuous period for board
Prosecution for developers who demolished 1916 O'Rahilly house to be 'resolved'
Mater Hospital gets green light for nine-storey Covid expansion despite An Taisce objection
Government formally submits application for second emergency power station in Dublin
Housing Minister says planning applications should not be decided by courts
Report says An Bord Pleanála in need of 'urgent reform' as government adopts recommendations
Planning application submitted for 'ambitious' Dublin Metrolink
Pierce Brosnan joins 'Save the Boyne' campaign against wastewater dumping in river
Sinn Féin's Ó Broin calls for urgent reform of An Bord Pleanála amid ‘deep, deep crisis’
South Dublin County Council votes no confidence in An Bord Pleanála
Appeals board green light Aughinish Alumina expansion despite environmental concerns
Appeal lodged against two new data centres in Clondalkin, despite local ban
Campaigners 'outraged' over plan to build 420 apartments on Bessborough mother and baby home site
Planning regulator launches further review of An Bord Pleanála following controversy
Appeal lodged over development of €100 million solar farm near Punchestown Racecourse
Timeline: How the An Bord Pleanála controversy went from the Dáil to the DPP
Minister refers An Bórd Pleanala report to Director of Public Prosecutions
Housing Minister receives report into alleged conflicts of interest at An Bord Pleanála
Trinity get go-ahead for 358 new student beds despite objections from local residents
An Bord Pleanála fully recognises reputational damage caused by recent allegations, says chair
Public Accounts Committee to examine financial statements of An Bord Pleanála
Deputy Chair of An Bord Pleanála resigns amid investigation into alleged conflicts of interest
ABP controversy has potential to erode public confidence in planning system, says professional body
High Court challenges brought against planning permission for 1,000 homes in Dublin
Inquiry into An Bord Pleanála's deputy chair to review three planning decisions
Terms of reference being finalised for An Bord Pleanála decisions review, says Taoiseach
Review of certain An Bord Pleanála decisions 'needs to be done quickly' as deputy chair steps back temporarily
Planning permission granted for 419 apartments in south Dublin despite local objections
Peat pressure: Industrial peat extraction in enforcement firing line
Over 370 homes set to be built on the former Greenpark Racecourse in Limerick
Cabinet approves moving BusConnects ahead to planning stage
Mary Lou McDonald lodges appeal over green light for O'Connell and Moore Street redevelopment