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# Planning

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Planning permission refused for Wicklow wind farm due to nearby Air Corps activity
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
Developers seek 'fast track' planning for 5,035 units for Dublin over five day period
'To hell with the countryside': Fears in Galway about impact of proposed cap on one-off housing
Scenario planning underway for Ireland to accommodate thousands of refugees from Ukraine
Court to decide over legality of three prominent Dublin street murals
Planning watchdog clashes with Dublin City Council over plans to limit new build-to-rent schemes
Blarney Castle challenges decision to grant planning for hotel and supermarket 200 metres from castle
Mary Lou McDonald lodges appeal over green light for O'Connell and Moore Street redevelopment
Qualification for Euro 2024, a third-tier LOI and improved facilities - FAI unveil strategic targets to 2025
Green light given for €75 million eight storey extension to Beacon Hospital
Planning permission granted for 667 apartments in south Dublin despite local opposition
Developers scale back plans for hotel over Cobblestone pub in Dublin
Cobblestone planning row continues as developer lodges appeal
Controversial development of 1,600 rental units in Drumcondra granted approval
A useful guide to Ireland's planning system and how to have your say on proposed developments
Green light for Conrad to transform into 'world class, five star hotel'
Number of planning staff needs to be dramatically increased to meet demand, says regulator
Planning permission approved for Howth apartments despite residents' objections
Green light for 'unique' redevelopment of €400m O'Devaney Gardens site
Move to restrict legal cases against planning proposals provokes nearly 300 complaints
Dublin nuns in planning battle to protect their right to 'worship in peace and safety'
Number of residential units sent for planning dropped by 29% in first quarter of this year
Fate of badger family at centre of planning battle between Pat Kenny and nursing home developer
Planning watchdog warns of negative impacts of numerous developments in south Dublin on M50 and Luas line
Harry Crosbie no longer liable for €70,000 tax after planning board's ruling on Vicar Street site
James Joyce's 'House of the Dead' to become hostel despite planning appeal by author Colm Tóibín
Go ahead given to GAA for seven storey 200 bedroom hotel near Croke Park
The N6 ring road: Solution or dead end for Galway congestion crisis?
'Change or be changed' - Provinces get used to dealing with uncertainty
Open Access: A citizen’s guide to uncovering housing and local information
Opinion: We need to rethink how we plan our cities and towns after this year
Niall Cussen
Major leisure and biodiversity centre in Booterstown refused planning permission over pollution concerns
Developers who demolished O'Rahilly House insisted it happened 'in accordance with all applicable laws'
Council gives green light to convert James Joyce's House of the Dead into a tourist hostel
'An act of sheer wanton corporate vandalism': Former home of 1916 leader demolished in Dublin
Dublin councils move most Halloween plans online due to Covid-19
Nun who broke planning laws to set up west Cork hermitage given until next summer to vacate premises