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# Planning

Last year
2023
Plans lodged to turn ground floor of CHQ building at IFSC into multi-stall food market
Junior Minister Niall Collins to make Dáil statement on 2001 housing application
Possibility of Women's Lions tour becoming more likely, study finds
Smyths Toys, Harvey Norman, TK Maxx, Lifestyle Sports try to block €450m apartment scheme
Green light for revamp of 3Olympia facade as owners back down on some planned changes
Green light given for demolition of former Anglo-Irish Bank HQ building on St Stephen's Green
Councils seek €40 million to help beef up staffing in planning departments nationwide
Demolition of Dublin's Stephen Court approved to make way for new office building
Housing Minister appoints new Deputy Chair of An Bord Pleanála
Plans re-lodged for €100 million rejuvenation of St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre
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Dublin City Council give green light for Diageo HQ scheme at Guinness Brewery lands
Coalition parties may clash over planning reforms as Green ministers flag concerns at Cabinet
Cabinet approves international surrogacy policy proposals with aim of giving 100s of families a 'route to recognition'
Intensive farming set to ramp up if planned pig and poultry farms approved
Appeal lodged over Council's refusal of planning permission for apartments near St Anne's Park
Councillors block future housing plans for contentious site near St Anne's Park in Dublin
Capel Street shop owners claim more council effort needed to make pedestrianisation a success
City Council refuses planning permission for hotel and office plan in Heuston South Quarter
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 permission refused for seven story 'build-to-rent' senior living scheme in Ringsend
Planning to be lodged for 245-bedroom nine storey hotel at Arnotts in Dublin
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
Munster will 'plan and adapt' around Ireland's mini-tour to South Africa
Planning permission sought for Dublin's tallest building at former City Arts Centre
Timeline: How the An Bord Pleanála controversy went from the Dáil to the DPP
Bord Pleanála report should be published 'as soon as possible', says minister
Minister refers An Bórd Pleanala report to Director of Public Prosecutions
Planning refused for 364 unit build-to-rent apartment on Terenure College lands
€186 million funding approved for new town between Lucan and Clondalkin
An Bord Pleanála fully recognises reputational damage caused by recent allegations, says chair
Audit into infant organ disposal should be published without delay, says Taoiseach
Poll: Have you ever made a complaint about homes planned in your area?
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Is Ireland a dumping ground for poultry manure?
Deaths of at least 80 cows in last decade linked to spreading of poultry manure
'Canary in the coal mine': Protected nature areas under pressure from poultry farming
'Potential fraud' in poultry farm planning applications investigated in the North
Suspected false documents and illegal dumping: the murky world of poultry manure
Beer garden off O'Connell Street used by three pubs faces closure due to hotel development