The public has a “market right” – a right to access the market – and that is a common-law property right protected by the constitution, says Toby Simmonds.
Council Selects Design Team for Renovation of Historic Fruit and Vegetable Market in Smithfield
The works could take years, so in the meantime the Victorian building should be used for cultural events, says Social Democrats Councillor Cat O’Driscoll.
What Scuppered Phibsboro’s Short-lived Friday Market?
Councillors say they want the council-run market brought back, in one form or another.
Council Briefs: Rebooting the Moore Street Market, and a Continued Lack of Reviews into Homeless Deaths
These were among the issues that Dublin city councillors discussed at a meeting of their Central Area Committee on Tuesday.
Prepping for a Farmers’ Market on the Matt’s of Cabra Site
Locals and councillors say they’ll be watching to see whether a farmers’ market will work here – but that, long-term, they’d rather see the derelict site built out.
To Help It With a Food Strategy for the City, the Council Wants to Know Where You Shop and What You Eat
The council’s climate action team is surveying city residents about their shopping, cooking, eating, and binning habits, until 14 February.
The Pulse of Moore Street, In Photos
“Setting up a backdrop for taking portraits in the middle of Moore Street really gave me insight into how energetic and vibrant the street can be,” writes photographer Aarif Amod.
Disagreement Over Who Should Run Council-Owned Fruit and Veg Market
Handing it over to a private operator would drive up prices and drive out small traders, say some councillors. Dublin City Council says it can set conditions when seeking operators.
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.
Developers’ Proposed Changes to Newmarket Plans Raise Alarm
New drawings for a building proposed for the site of the old Green Door Market omit the phrase “indoor market” and now call the space “retail”.