Instead, the council is looking at keeping services in the existing Phibsboro library, and extending it.
Council Has “No Interest” in Plan for New Library Proposed as Part of Crumlin Shopping Centre Redevelopment
Dublin City Council is already working on a plan for a new library just up the road.
Left by the Council to Sit Vacant, a Pipe Burst in Inchicore Library Bringing the Ceiling Down
A local group had been pushing the council to get into the building, to make sure it was being cared for – fearing something like this might happen.
Council Prepares to Apply for Planning Permission to Remake the Ringsend Library and Its Surrounds
The draft plan as it stands includes extending the library, adding an open square, and some changes to make the area a bit less “vehicularly-focused”.
In Terenure, Council Presses Ahead with Plan for New Library
It would replace the one-storey, 300 sqm, 1950s-era building with a 1,000 sqm, two-storey version.
Council Rethinking What’s Next for the Old Inchicore Library Building
Construction inflation has scotched its push to renovate it and reopen as a library, said a council spokesperson.
Across the City, Libraries Pop Up to Keep Dubliners Reading Through the Lockdown
As Covid restrictions continue, and charity shops remain closed, makeshift book exchanges on footpaths and in parks offer some literary give and take.
A New Chapter for Coolock’s Library
Recently reopened after a year-long €3.5 million refurbishment, the library in Coolock offers everything from books and computers to meeting spaces and 3D printers.
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.
Councillors Want to Claw Back Oversight of Parnell Square Library Project
A company offered to raise private funds to pay for the project, but hasn’t – and with the council now facing growing costs, councillors want closer monitoring.