These were among the issues that Dublin city councillors discussed at a meeting of their Central Area Committee on Tuesday.
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Council Issues Enforcement Notice to Developer Hammerson Over Unauthorised Works at 10 Moore Street
The building, owned by Hammerson, provided shelter to the leaders of the 1916 rebellion and looks set to be added to the record of protected structures.
The Bolivian Restaurant in Moore Street Brings Classics from Cochabamba to Dublin
The menu, which changes weekly, now includes peanut soup, plates of beef, potatoes and boiled eggs, spicy chicken and roasted pork with plantain.
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.
Small Businesses on Moore Street Wonder Where’ll They Go Next
“I feel it’s going to happen now … Now, I think they mean it,” says Comfort Ibitoye, of plans for redevelopment of this corner of the city.
What’s Happening Now with Plans for Moore Street?
As the high-level Moore Street Advisory Group teases out issues around the future of the street, some traders say they feel abandoned.
Periwinkles Still Have a Place in Dublin’s Food Culture
Methods of serving periwinkles have changed over time. Traditionally, though, they are boiled in seawater and the fleshy meat is pulled out with a pin.
Council Briefs: A Moore Street Stand-Off, a New Cultural Company, and More
At their monthly meeting, Dublin city councillors approved plans to set up a new “cultural company”, discussed new rules for market-stall traders, and bade farewell to a senior council official.
Council Briefs: Moore Street, Housing in Scribblestown, and the Apollo House Plaque
Councillors didn’t get through all of their agenda at Monday’s full council meeting, so they’ll have to come back to finish it later this month. But here’s some of what they discussed.
In Vision for Moore Street, Some Voices Are Missing
In the debate around the latest, and earlier visions, for Moore Street, the voices of the small business owners in the neighbourhood – many of them immigrants – are missing.