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# An Bord Pleanála

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An Taisce says it saved State from €752m in impaired loans
The National Heritage body said its successful appeals against unsustainable planning applications over the past decade have saved the State between €505 – €752 million.
Hospitals in new push backing Mater site for National Children's Hospital
The Sisters of Mercy have reportedly offered to hand over the existing Mater hospital building to the State.
Senator calls for judicial review of Slane bypass decision
Thomas Byrne has criticised the decision of An Bord Pleanála today.
Slane bypass plans rejected by An Bord Pleanála
An Bord Pleanála said that the bypass would have ben too close to the Brú na Bóinne UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Boyne Valley.
National Children's Hospital review group to report within 56 days
The group’s terms of reference were agreed at Cabinet this morning as the Health Minister underlined the importance that the project get underway as soon as possible.
Ministers to discuss terms of reference for children's hospital review
This morning’s cabinet meeting will discuss the terms of reference for a group to examine future plans for the hospital.
Reilly: delay to hospital construction will be made up 'very quickly'
James Reilly told an Oireachtas committee that the Government remains 100 per cent committed to the National Children’s Hospital.
Poll: Where should the new National Children's Hospital be built?
Planning permission has been refused for the plans on the Mater site. Should we build in the capital, or on an outer greenfield site?
Planning board refuses permission for new National Children's Hospital
An Bord Pleanála said that the planned hospital would have had a “profound negative impact” on the Dublin city skyline.
An Bord Pleanála raises concerns over Luas connector
Planners said the long-planned link-up could have to be dismantled if other major construction projects go ahead.
An Bord Pleanála grants permission for postponed DART Underground
The project has been shelved by the government and will not be considered for funding again until 2015.
Go-ahead given for Dunne's hotel site redevelopment
But the green light wasn’t given to a ‘landmark’ 37-storey residential building on the site.
Tipperary casino and leisure complex given the go ahead by An Bord Pleanála
The decision by An Bord Pleanála has been welcomed by the independent TD Michael Lowry who had publicly backed the ambitious 800-acre development in Two Mile Borris.
Poll: Is it time to stop treating property developers as 'social pariahs'?
Today, we’re asking is it time to forgive the property developers and no longer consider them as “social pariahs”, as government minister Brian Hayes suggests?
Bord Pleanála chairman speaks of regrets over development and zoning
Board chairman says it should have taken a stronger position on residential developments involving bad zoning, remote locations and poor quality design.
Family at Slane Castle are not opposed to bypass of the village
The family are in favour of one proposed bypass of the village in County Meath but fear another version would compromise the rock concert venue.
Final stage of Corrib pipeline approved
An Bord Pleanála has approved an application for the final section of the Corrib pipeline.
Formal objection lodged to development on site of Stardust tragedy
Councillor adds voice to local concerns about large residential and commercial complex on site of dance hall where 48 young people died on Valentine’s Day 1981.
Metro North rail project granted planning permission
The controversial rail project linking St Stephen’s Green to Swords is approved, with two stops removed.