But that’s happened before, says a councillor, and the council decided it didn’t meet the legal definition of derelict.
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Council Briefs: a Question Mark over O’Devaney Gardens, Vacancy in Phibsboro, and Making Next Year’s New Year’s Eve More Fun
These were some of the issues Dublin city councillors dealt with at their January monthly meeting on Monday evening.
Left to Rot for Years, Why Isn’t Iveagh Markets on the Derelict Sites Register?
Dublin City Council said this week that the building doesn’t fit the law’s definition of “derelict” – and that the council has not moved to put the building on its list of derelict sites.
How LE19 Candidates Say They’ll Tackle Dereliction and Vacancy in the City
When we asked readers what they wanted candidates running for Dublin City Council to talk about, dereliction and vacancy were among the top-10 most-mentioned issues.
After Years of Nothing, the Council Moves to Buy Derelict Buildings
Dublin City Council can force owners of derelict sites to sell to them, but it has only done that rarely in the past. This year, things are beginning to change.
Vacancy Watch: Plans to Replace the Tenters Pub with a Replica
Like many buildings across the city, the historic pub has been left vacant and allowed to crumble. The developer says it’s no longer possible to preserve it.