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# Dublin City Council

Last year
Private cars to be banned from College Green at the end of May
Owners of CHQ building asked to scale back multi-stall food market expansion plans
Public toilet for dogs installed in Dublin
Burst mains may cause low water pressure or outages in north Dublin
Questions raised over 'lack of resources and detail' for Govt's tenant-in-situ scheme
Ready Steady Book!: Unearth an 1816 murder mystery with this year’s One Dublin One Book title
Workers unearth old Dublin city basin that was a social hotspot in the 1830s
Forgotten 10 member Thomas Bryan honoured with commemerative plaque at Dublin family home
Frank Feely, the Dublin City Manager who 'ran' the capital for 17 years, has died
Art collective Subset settles legal cost row with Dublin City Council over murals
Work to begin on preserving Iveagh Markets roof after years-long wait
Calls for protest 'exclusion zones' following sharp rise in number of Dublin demonstrations
Design team appointed for Dublin's Parnell Square Project but first phase won't be completed until 2027
Planning permission refused for controversial change to building at Merchant's Arch in Dublin
Dublin City Council refuses permission to Noel Smyth's 159 unit rental scheme above Arnotts
All time
Plans submitted for over 540 social and cost-rental homes on site of former St Teresa's Gardens, Dublin
Council puts security in place at Iveagh Markets as calls grow for building to be restored
Dublin City Council canteen closed after food inspectors find live rodent and greasy walls
Renters protest outside Dublin’s City Hall over June eviction
'Gull-proof' bags trial could lead to plastic bags ban for waste collection in Dublin
Dublin's Winter Lights to be partly powered by batteries to reduce strain on energy grid
Dublin City Council committee votes to make Capel Street permanently closed to cars
Lord Mayor says Mansion House will have crib this Christmas but will not include live animals
Councillors block future housing plans for contentious site near St Anne's Park in Dublin
Scrapping of Mansion House live crib a 'progressive step', says animal rights group
Concerns over Brent geese halt contentious 580 apartment scheme near St Anne's Park
LED billboard in Rathmines still impacting local residents in the area
Capel Street shop owners claim more council effort needed to make pedestrianisation a success
DCC 'confident' of meeting target to deliver 895 new builds this year, Committee to hear
City Council refuses planning permission for hotel and office plan in Heuston South Quarter
Dublin City Council carrying out investigations after complaints over LED billboard in Rathmines
Planning application for Oscar Traynor Road site to be submitted in the 'coming months'
Close to €50 million paid out by DCC for claims from trips and falls since 2017
South Dublin residents concerned over 'ghettoised population' from 'build to rent' scheme
Planning refused for 364 unit build-to-rent apartment on Terenure College lands
Amazon secures planning permission for two new data centres in north Dublin
Last remaining textile mill in Ireland to be restored by Dublin City Council
Dublin City Council look to scale back Dalymount Park project amid rising cost concerns
Dublin's Parliament St to be pedestrianised three evenings a week until the end of August
Dame Street and College Green going 'traffic-free' to host summer event next month