It’s running a public consultation on how to improve the public space along the Liffey riverfront from the Samuel Beckett Bridge to Britain Quay.
Why a Docklands Apartment Complex Is Facing a Runaway Gas Bill
Hanin Faqin says she’s showering in the gym, and too scared to turn on her heating in the Custom House Square complex.
One Man Works to Mark the Graves of Great Shamrock Rovers Players Long Passed
But for Robert Goggins to put up a gravestone for defender James Syms, he first needs to find a living relative.
Council Briefs: Setting Up a New District Heating Company, and Repairing a Medieval Church in Finglas
These were among the issues that Dublin city councillors discussed at recent meetings.
A Docklands Group Co-write Songs for the Area
They are old and young, choir singers, musical theatre aficionados, and former dock workers.
In the Docklands, the Council Teams up with Google to Revamp Barrow Street
While the council sees such partnerships as an opportunity, some councillors are wary about whether they’ll lead to certain areas of the city being favoured over others.
Fáilte Ireland Tells Councillors About Its Plans to Draw More Tourists to the Docklands
Several councillors welcomed the plans – but raised issues around gentrification, and the lack of a role for councillors in feeding into, or overseeing, tourism plans.
Issue 46: By John Howard
“For this cover, I wanted to capture the feeling of stumbling upon someone enjoying a moment of calm in the city.”
New Plans for Pedestrian and Cycling Bridge Over the Liffey Released by Council
Blood Stoney Bridge would stretch about 125 metres across the river from Sir John Rogerson’s Quay to North Wall Quay.
Estimated Cost of Proposed White-Water Rafting Centre Spirals Upwards
When council officials floated the plan back in January, the price tag was €12m. When a council committee heard more about it last week, the cost had risen to €22.8m.