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14 December 2007

OPW joint ventures to develop State sites for €125m

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has entered into joint ventures with the private sector for the development of three State-owned sites in Dublin city centre which it said could generate up to...

13 December 2007

Maze Stadium Unveiled

The proposed stadium was drawn up by HOK Sport, which also designed Wembley. The GAA, IFA and Ulster Rugby have all confirmed they would play at the stadium and have all signed a...

13 December 2007

Proposed Gormley Liffey Sculpture Lodged for Planning

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority has lodged a planning application with Dublin City Council for the proposed sculpture on the River Liffey by the artist Antony Gormley. The submission follows a series of...

10 December 2007

Draft Masterplan for Fort George, Derry, unveiled

The Ilex Regeneration Plan for Derry~Londonderry, launched in December 2005, is a direct response to the Ministerial call to create and promote a deliverable vision for the regeneration of the Derry City Council...

07 December 2007

National Conference Centre Hotel – Shay Cleary Architects

The Spencer Dock Development Company has lodged a planning application for a thirty five-story hotel, which will be part of the National Conference Centre complex on Dublin’s North Wall Quay. The proposed hotel...

06 December 2007

Public not yet privy to future iconic structures report

One year on and the report on Limerick’s future iconic structures is nearly ready to be unveiled to the public. The report titled ‘The Revitalisation of Limerick’ will be screened by an elite...

06 December 2007

Smock Alley Theatre project on hold after objections

The restoration of what is said to be one of Europe’s oldest theatres, Smock Alley, in Dublin’s Temple Bar, has been hit by planning objections. A €7.2 million plan by the Gaiety School...

05 December 2007

North Wall Quay sites shortlisted for new bank HQ

AIB Capital Markets has shortlisted two waterfront sites on North Wall Quay in the Dublin docklands for its new headquarters which will extend to 37,160sq m (400,000sq ft). It is currently based in...

04 December 2007

Milk Market plans to open six days a week

Planning permission has now been lodged with Limerick City Council for the massive €2m redevelopment of the Milk Market, which could see the market open six days a week. The city council are...

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