Getting a tenant for the space that once housed the Eden Restaurant could help reduce anti-social behaviour on Meeting House Square, she says.
Tag: Temple Bar
Vacancy Watch: A Run-Down Site in Temple Bar
For at least a decade, the site that had the black and yellow “Somebody’s Child” mural lay vacant, rotting. As of last year though, the council owns it – and says it has plans for it.
Council Briefs: Making Temple Bar Square More Accessible, Traffic Calming on Belmont Avenue, and Redeveloping the Gulistan Depot
These are some of the things that councillors talked about at their recent meeting for the south-east area.
New Plan for Temple Bar Square Backtracks on Past Push for Walkability, says Architect
A pedestrian-friendly vision backed by the council’s parks department seems to have lost out to a vision favoured by the roads department.
When Companies Offer Cash, Dublin Artists Worry About Undue Influence and “Art-Washing”
For each grant scheme, they have to assess “the levels of toxicity, what are the activities of this corporation, is it art-washing, if there’s an organised boycott”, says Avril Corroon.
What’s Next Plan for Council-Owned Vacant Site on Fishamble Street?
Residents nearby would like a community centre. But “there are no government funds” to build community centres in Dublin, a council spokesperson said.
From Temple Bar’s Crow Street, a Label Excavates Forgotten Sounds
Allchival has over the past year focused on extracting forgotten threads of Irish musical history through reissues.
Remembering Speaker’s Square: a Corner of Counterculture Is Set to Disappear
Rossa Ó Snodaigh’s weekly forum for poets, politicians and punters wound up years ago. Soon, the corner where it took place will be erased, too.
Council Briefs: Overcrowding, Temple Bar Square, and Public Swimming Pools
Here’s some of what Dublin councillors discussed at November’s monthly council meeting.
In Temple Bar Square, a Resilient Book Market Prepares for More Changes
Stall holders in Temple Bar Square have seen a lot of changes over the years. They’re hopeful that plans to renovate the square will mean an even merrier book market.