Even before councillors blundered and failed to pass a local plan for Phibsboro, some local residents had been knocking around the idea of inviting experts in to draw up a grand vision for the area.
In Phibsboro, a New Deli For a Changing Neighbourhood
Grace and David Lambert saw the need for a deli with all manner of fresh and local produce. Enter, their new store: Bang Bang.
Council Short Takes: Phibsboro, Poolbeg, Wolfe Tone Park and the Coach Houses
Dublin City Council had its monthly meeting Monday. Here’s what happened with some of the issues we’ve been following.
An Effort to Get Phibsboro Plan Back on the Council’s Agenda
Setting a vision for the area is even more important now that the sale of the Phibsboro Shopping Centre to a developer has been agreed.
Buskers, Dog Poo, and Temple Bar: December’s City Council Meeting
Dublin’s city councillors gathered Monday for their monthly meeting. Here’s what happened.
Big Oops: We Might Have Lost the Plan for Phibsboro
For the last 18 months, Phibsboro residents and local councillors have worked hard to come up with a vision to shape the neighbourhood. They may just have bungled the last step.
Should Phibsboro Be Low-Rise or High-Rise?
You know the old Phibsboro Shopping Centre? With the ugly brutalist concrete tower? When it’s torn down, should what replaces it be taller or shorter?
“Reimagining Phibsborough” Wants Its Village Back
Phibsborough residents feel overrun by cars. They hope, through collective action, to wrest some tarmac away for human use, but they haven’t been helped by a slow-moving Dublin City Council.
Should We Spend €3.8 Million on Dalymount Park?
Soon, Dublin City Council will almost certainly be the owner and manager of Dalymount Park, the home of Bohemian Football Club. Is this a good idea?
Trap, Neuter, Release
These people want to cut off your cat’s balls.