In the last week, Tina MacVeigh of People Before Profit, Críona Ní Dhálaigh of Sinn Féin, Michael Pidgeon of the Green Party, and Rebecca Moynihan of Labour were out canvassing. Fianna Fáil’s Michael Watters has joined the push, too.
There are 16 approved planning permissions for student housing within a 1km radius in Dublin 8. Is that too much?
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”.
Fusion Sundays, Dublin Flea Market, and others have until 12 June to find new homes, and some have asked if the council can, and should, help them more.
While there are concerns about how a planned redevelopment of Newmarket Square will affect local businesses, the developers behind the project say it will be good for everybody.
Some say they welcome the planned redevelopment of the square, but that it would be a loss to the city if existing businesses did not form part of its future.
Trees, a cafe, seating and facilities for market stall holders could all be put in, if the funding is found.