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# Regeneration

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Developer behind Belfast's Titanic Quarter confirmed for €550m Waterford regeneration project
The project, which has been plagued by false starts, appears to be back on track.
Council seeking new developer to overhaul former Ballymun Shopping Centre site
Plans have been proposed for 300 residential units and 41,000 square metres of commercial and mixed use for the site.
Old schools, cinemas and vacant buildings to be re-vamped into work hubs and community spaces
The aim of the funding is to target dereliction in towns and villages in rural Ireland.
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Mayor of Limerick: city's €337m regeneration project has 'failed'
Regeneration came in the wake of a deadly gangland feud which claimed more than 20 lives.
'We're sick waiting': Oliver Bond residents call for fast-tracking of regeneration works
Residents of Oliver Bond House say they been told it will be ‘at least 15 years’ before they can expect completion of the long-promised regeneration programme.
'If they're talking about Oxford Street having problems, surely rural Ireland needs a leg up'
A new government scheme is giving €100k to six rural towns to try and bring people back into town centres, but will it work?
Instead of segregated policies, we need inclusive housing for people on different incomes
Dublin’s Broadstone and Cathal Brugha Barracks sites could spearhead the government’s plans for new housing.
Companies with HQs in the IFSC have a 'duty to give back' to north inner city, says minister
The Taoiseach also said he is confident the gardaí will bring an end to the Hutch-Kinahan feud.
Kilcoyne out of France clash but Ireland enjoying the sun in Spain
Ireland are focusing on the challenge of a trip to France on 3 February.
Ballymun to be the site of 2,000 more homes to fight the housing crisis
Plans were approved last night by Dublin City Council.
'We've seen mistakes in Dublin in the past. We don't want the Liberties to become soulless'
We look at how business is faring in the Dublin neighbourhood as it undergoes regeneration.
There's a plan to 'rebrand' the north inner city as 'Dublin's North Central Quarter'
A regeneration plan for the area was launched this week.
'No one should have to deal with that': Taoiseach slams discrimination shown to north inner city man
Taoiseach Enda Kenny was in Dublin’s north inner city to launch the Mulvey report yesterday.
More jobs, less crime: Limerick's regeneration is working
A plan was undertaken in 2014 to improve the city socially and economically.
Locals hopeful Ballymun site will sell and rejuvenate town
The land is beside the old Ballymun shopping centre.
Watch: Former residents look on as council flats torn down
The flats were the last to be torn down in the first phase of the regeneration of St Teresa’s Gardens near The Coombe Hospital.
'Great memories during times of great hardship': Block of St Teresa's Gardens to be demolished
Former residents will gather to watch the block come down this afternoon.
Inside the demolished and rebuilt Sandy Hook Elementary School
The scene of the 2012 Newtown massacre is now a high-tech building that will open in the autumn.
'We'll believe it when we see bulldozers' - locals give guarded welcome to Dolphin's Barn plan
Housing minister Simon Coveney has announced €25 million in funding for regeneration of the Dolphin House estate in south Dublin.
These flats are getting a €29 million facelift
The flats were first built in 1961.
Limerick city is about to get a spanking new 'superpub'
The southern city’s economic regeneration continues apace.
How Limerick re-invented its city centre in a matter of weeks
Free public Wi-Fi, street furniture and an array of colourful art pieces have sparked life into the city’s retail district.
Moyross Priest slams "scandalous" demolition of houses in Limerick
Fr Tony O’Riordan said that work on new builds is welcome but “painfully slow”.
'You can't even buy a pair of socks in Ballymun these days'
Plans for regeneration of the Dublin town have stalled, says a local councillor.
Ballymun market 'in limbo' as shopping centre due to be demolished
Traders were “shocked and upset” when they heard the centre was to close.
Ballymun Shopping Centre is going to be demolished soon
There are currently no plans for a replacement facility.
Residents concerned that Dolphin House regeneration is falling behind schedule
The first phase of regeneration may not now start until next September.
It's a sign!: The Starbucks sign on the old Anglo HQ to be precise
There’s a new place to have a coffee in Dublin.
Original Ballymun building to get €3.6 million facelift
The Boiler House will become a new eco centre.
Plans for St Teresa's regeneration published
The plan will see 14 of the 16 blocks of flats torn down and replaced
Over 20 Irish estates in need of major regeneration
Although some of the projects have started, many have been affected by government cutbacks and the collapse of the Public Private Partnership Programme.
‘Irredeemable neighbourhood’ now an example of regeneration
Thirty-seven new homes on St Michael’s Road in Longford Town were opened today.
PICS: One of last Ballymun tower block residents prepares to move
The fifteen storey Joeseph Plunkett tower was cleared for demolition last month.
Ballymun photo exhibit honours proud community of 'Ballymunners'
A photography exhibit marks the end of the Ballymun Regeneration Project, with the last remaining residents moving into their new homes soon.
Dublin City Council unveils plans to regenerate Aungier St
“Often overlooked” street to be revitalised under ambitious Dublin City Council plans.
Urban art as a 'force for good' on Thomas St
The street art project by Urban Evolve will see up to 15 artists working to transform parts of the historic street.
More than 20 housing estates in desperate need of major regeneration
Minister Jan O’Sullivan says she wants to maintain the national regeneration programmes put in place over the years and pledges €80 million investment to disadvantaged communities.
Cost of Grafton Street's €4 million regeneration questioned
The cost of repaving Dublin’s most famous street has been questioned after funding for the project allegedly increased before its launch.
Scientists create human stem cells by cloning for first time
The breakthrough is one of the most significant developments since Dolly the sheep – and could potentially be used to help diseases like Parkinson’s and MS.
Column: Social clauses should be in all state contracts to help people get back to work
The announcement that 400 of new Irish Water jobs are to be set aside for graduates, the unemployed and small businesses is welcome – but we should be doing this for all our large scale projects by including social inclusion clauses, writes John Lyons.