These were two of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at their January monthly meeting on Monday.
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Council Briefs: Managing Litter, the Iveagh Markets, and Refurbishing Inchicore Library
These were among the issues Dublin City Councillors discussed on Monday evening at City Hall, during their January monthly meeting.
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”.
Brushing Up: The Traders of the World
Looking down from the walls of Iveagh Markets, which is vacant and crumbling on Francis Street in Dublin 8, are eight mysterious faces.
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.
The Iveagh Markets: Dublin’s Next Temple Bar?
Martin Keane’s plan to revive the shuttered Iveagh Markets promises to bring new businesses and customers to the Liberties – and perhaps gentrification.