It can look cheap and tacky, make life harder for people trying not to drink, and advertise drinking to children, critics say.
Tag: planning and zoning
In Santry, a group has new ideas for how to connect the community and build an identity
A biodiversity superhighway, a village centre, feeder buses to run around housing estates and a new athletics museum are among the ideas pitched.
Residents Push Back at Proposal to Knock Liberties Buildings for an Aparthotel
A developer has applied for planning permission to demolish two houses and a mews and build a five-storey aparthotel on the corner of Mark’s Alley West.
In Cabra, Filling Station’s “Las Vegas Lighting” Is Ruining the Neighbourhood, Residents Say
The council has issued an enforcement notice, indicating that what the owners built isn’t what they got permission for.
On Francis Street, Waiting for a Ruling on the Demolition of Two “Dutch Billys”
Owner Richard Smyth wants permission to replace the buildings dating back to the 18th century with a seven-storey complex including 24 apartments.
Council Briefs: Next Phase of Royal Canal Greenway, and Councillors Continue to Insist on Meeting Planning Regulator
These were some of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at their July monthly meeting on Monday.
Dublin City Council Refuses to Map Sites for Traveller Homes in City Development Plan
The national Office of the Planning Regulator says it should, but the council’s chief executive says Traveller homes can be built on any residentially zoned land.
Council Briefs: Far More Planning Permissions Than Homes Under Construction, and Time for a New City Retail Strategy
These were among the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at a recent meeting of their planning committee.
Planning Regulator Points to Way Dublin City Council May Be Able to Curb Build-to-Rent Developments
“The near-total dominance of this typology has adverse long-term consequences for the creation of sustainable communities,” council chief Owen Keegan has said.
Council Briefs: Safer Communities in Council Housing, and Zoning for Affordable Housing
These were two of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at a recent meeting of their housing committee.