A developer has applied for planning permission to demolish two houses and a mews and build a five-storey aparthotel on the corner of Mark’s Alley West.
Tag: Francis Street
On Francis Street, Waiting for a Ruling on the Demolition of Two “Dutch Billys”
Owner Richard Smyth wants permission to replace the buildings dating back to the 18th century with a seven-storey complex including 24 apartments.
Still No Concrete Plans for Filling Cultural Space at Former Tivoli Theatre Site, Just a Proposal for a Steel Gate
Staycity say they are considering various options for the arts and cultural spaces, and want to put the square behind a gate to prevent anti-social behaviour at night.
Council Briefs: Changes on Francis Street, and a Struggle Against Bin Removals
Work on Francis Street is due to kick off early next year, with plans showing wider footpaths and more trees. Also: safety at College Green, removal of street bins, and more.
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.
Developer Warned of “Full Legal Team” Ready to Fight Council on Iveagh Markets
Martin Keane told the council he probably didn’t need to highlight his “considerable financial resources” and “full legal team, ready, willing and able to take on this challenge”.
What Should Be Done with the Iveagh Markets?
For the moment, the council’s plans for the Iveagh Markets don’t go as far as repossession and redevelopment. They’re much more modest.
Council Briefs: Ballyfermot Leisure Centre, Francis St, and More
Councillors questioned the bill for Ballyfermot Leisure Centre, discussed excavations of St Thomas’ Abbey, and learnt about plans for Francis St.
On Friday on Francis Street, a Street Artist in Action
You might not know it, but you’ve probably seen street artist Fink’s murals somewhere in town. Catch him in action on Culture Night on Francis Street.