The development agency is exploring that idea with TU Dublin, said its CEO Ger Casey at a recent council meeting.
Grangegorman bring centre looks set to close, making recycling harder for local residents
A council spokesperson says it’s trying to keep the centre open, but if it can’t, it will be “challenging” to find an immediate replacement.
Councillors Pass Motion After Motion to Do Something, Anything, with Broadstone Plaza
They say they hope that bringing more activity to it will reduce anti-social activity there – and also just put an underused space to better use.
New Broadstone Plaza to Open in Two Weeks, Says Council
It’s more than two years since construction began on the open space near the Broadstone Luas stop.
Is It Time Grangegorman Declared Its Independence?
For some, it’s always had a separate feel to Smithfield and Stoneybatter. For others, it’s only recently become neighbourhoody enough.
In Grangegorman, Mixed Feelings about New Neighbours
Stoneybatter could have rooms for thousands of students in a couple of years’ time – and some locals claim that’s too many in one place.
A New Canvas: Grangegorman Art Fund Has Money, Seeks Artists
Projects should “add to the distinctiveness of the area, whether to do with its past history, or with emerging and prominent future”.
The Grangegorman Squat, Round Two: Resistance, Circus and Hope
Squatters were evicted from the property last year. It was sold and left vacant for months, and now it’s been reoccupied. In a time of housing shortage, it’s home to at least 30 people – and soon, perhaps, more.
HSE’s Vacant Properties: Could They Be Used for Housing?
A reader asked us to look into how many vacant properties the HSE has in the Dublin area, and whether they could be used for housing. Here’s what we found out.
Checking Up: How’s the New Grangegorman Campus Coming?
DIT’s new home isn’t done yet, but it has already won an award for its innovative, open design, which is meant to integrate it with the surrounding community.