The council, which owns the mill, is planning a public consultation on what to do with it. One group is already working on a plan to restore it to its original use.
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Council Misses Out on Central Government Grants to Repair Kilmainham Mills
Council officials said they weren’t sure why they’d been refused, but that they’ll press ahead with restoration works using money from council coffers.
Council Briefs: The Future of Kilmainham Mills, Blocked off Green Space, and More
Dublin City Council has been doing general upkeep of the Kilmainham Mills site and set up a group to look at its future, councillors learnt recently.
Dublin City Council Has Bought Kilmainham Mills, Says Mayor
The council intends to use the long-vacant site for heritage purposes, says Lord Mayor Nial Ring.
Dublin City Council Fails for Now in Bid to Buy Kilmainham Mills
The council had put in a bid, but says it’s been unsuccessful in securing the site – and that a private company has bought it instead.
Dublin City Council Bids to Buy Kilmainham Mills
It’s unclear, as yet, if the offer will be accepted.
Councillors Move to Protect Kilmainham Mills by Rezoning It
“There is nothing to stop a developer building even inside the old stone walls,” says People Before Profit Councillor Tina MacVeigh. “That’s what we’re trying to prevent.”
Vacancy Watch: Kilmainham Mills
Spread over more than 3,000 square metres, the old mills site in Kilmainham has been empty since the year 2000. Plans for it have come and gone.
The New Children’s Hospital: Opportunities vs Opposition
Plans for a new National Children’s Hospital in Dublin 8 have area residents worried about traffic, parking, noise, subsidence and drainage.