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# Dublin
High Court challenge over proposed €30 million co-living development admitted to fast track court list
Planning permission was sought to built the development on North Great George’s Street.
# Dublin City
Green light given for co-living scheme atop Dublin's Jervis Shopping Centre
The minister’s plans to ban co-living developments won’t apply to permissions sought prior to December.
# Castleknock
Bartra Capital secures planning permission for its fourth co-living scheme in Dublin
The company is planning to spend €130 million constructing its planned four shared co-living sites.
# Merrion Road
Bartra Capital secures planning permission for co-living scheme in Dublin 4
The firm has secured planning permission for the five-storey plan for 98 Merrion Road in spite of strong local opposition.
# Darragh O'Brien
Housing Minister issues de-facto ban on new co-living developments
O’Brien said the number of applications and permissions in Ireland are “comparatively high in the international context”.
# Housing
Co-living developer seeks meeting with housing minister over 'sustained misinformed public commentary'
The request comes as the minister carries out a review on whether co-living developments should be banned.
# Dublin
Bartra submits fresh plans for 210-bedroom co-living development in Castleknock
Permission for the development was previously quashed by the High Court in June.
# kenilworth motors
Another Dublin 6 co-living development labelled 'totally incompatible' in the age of Covid
With a review underway into the permission for a development in Rathmines, another application for Harold’s Cross is being considered.
# shared living
Locals oppose co-living development in Dublin's north inner city as government review 'probably' ready in September
Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien has said the review into co-living “won’t go on forever”.
# co living
Private developers 'can't be relied upon to provide objective public health advice' on Covid-19, warns senator
The Housing Minister is being called upon to carry out an independent assessment of the risk of Covid in co-living.
# shared accomodation
Developer claims there is lower risk of transmitting Covid-19 in co-living than in shared houses and apartments
A commissioned report claims there would be lower transmission of the virus in a co-living building than in a shared house.
# South Dublin
Developer scraps plans for 20-bed apartment block in favour of 111-bed co-living development
The company also addressed concerns around meeting Covid-19 public health guidelines in co-living buildings.
# planning application
'Overall residential quality' among the concerns Dublin City Council has about Jervis co-living plans
Dublin City Council has requested additional information from the applicants to address a number of matters with the proposed development.
# co living
'No plans' to review co-living accommodation guidelines despite Covid-19 crisis, Murphy says
The Minister for Housing said co-living developments would “play an important role in catering for the diverse needs of the overall population”.
# jervis
127 co-living spaces planned for new development atop Jervis Street Shopping Centre in Dublin
Sinn Féin’s Eoin Ó Broin said the plans provided “further evidence” as to why co-living should not be permitted.
Voices
Opinion: Adult children still at home? There's no blueprint for this time
Like so many parents in Ireland in a difficult housing market, Ruth Deasy had to share her home with her two grown sons.
# co living
Appeal lodged against plans for 97-unit shared co-living accommodation in Rathmines
Blondie Issuer DAC last month secured planning permission for the 97 unit in Rathmines.
# Rathmines
Permission granted for new co-living development just 1km from Dublin city
Dublin City Council refused permission for the development last year.
# Green Light
Planning permission granted for 97-unit shared co-living accommodation in Rathmines
The council has given the project the green light in spite of concerns expressed by a small number of locals.
# Liberties
UK company outlines plans for new hotel and co-living development in Dublin's Liberties
The proposed development would see 69 new co-living units situated in Dublin 8.
# An Bord Pleanála
Seven-storey co-living development in Rathmines appealed after council rejects planning permission
Dublin City Council said the proposals would provide a “poor standard of residential accommodation”.
# Dublin
Council denies permission for 'objectionable' co-living development in Rathmines
Dublin City Council says the plans proposed too many occupants per floor sharing facilities.
# Housing
Sinn Féin proposes plan to ban controversial co-living developments
The party published a bill today that would if passed ban co-living developments.
# Dún Laoghaire
Planning board says co-living development will have to include kitchens in bedrooms
An Bord Pleanála has said the complex will, with some changes, “provide an acceptable form of residential amenity for future occupants”.
# Green Light
Controversial Dún Laoghaire co-living development granted permission by An Bord Pleanála
Bartra Capital’s CEO said the company will implement conditions outlined by the planning body.
# co living
Murphy releases statement after he suggests co-living spaces are like a 'very trendy boutique hotel'
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy has been heavily criticised in recent months over co-living accommodation.
# co living
'Nothing short of a disgrace': Public slam Murphy over 'appalling and pathetic' co-living proposals
FOI documents show correspondence sent to Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy from members of the public.
Dublin co-living development refused planning permission
The decision follows Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy’s support for co-living spaces.
Voices
Opinion: Co-living will push up the price of land and make it unviable to build residential homes
Co-living is exciting alright – for property developers, writes housing policy analyst, Mel Reynolds.
# community living
'We never said we were there to solve the homeless crisis': CEO behind controversial co-living project speaks out
The company told TheJournal.ie that it was also considering Cork and Galway for co-living projects.
# modern living
Britain's biggest co-living company closes deal for site in Dublin's historic Liberties region
A deal to buy the site closed on Friday and is set to be developed in the next two years.
# Housing Crisis
Taoiseach: Co-living an option - 'it's not going to replace traditional houses and apartments'
Leo Varadkar and Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy faced opposition on their co-living stance in the Dáil today.
Voices
Plans for 'co-living' apartment blocks in Dublin are in opposition to the 'cohousing' model popular in Europe
Cohousing arrangements are a co-operative movement that helps to create affordable housing, writes Tom O’Donnell.
# Housing Crisis
Don't judge co-living on one planning application, says minister as proposals dubbed '21st century bedsits'
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy said co-living is an ‘exciting’ choice for young workers.
# Your Say
Poll: Would you live in 'co-living' accommodation?
The developments share living and kitchen spaces.
# Housing Crisis
Bedsits of the future or part of the solution?: Minister says co-living flats are just another option for people
Plans to build a block of 208 studio dwellings which would see dozens of people sharing one kitchen have been criticised.
# Your Say
Poll: Should 'co-living' accommodation be banned?
One councillor has referred to the Dun Laoghaire plans as “Dickensian in nature”.
# shared living
'Smaller than bedsits': Plans for 'co-living' building spark calls to rewrite apartment guidelines
42 people would share one kitchen under the plans.
# Future Focus
'Student halls for grown-ups': How communal living spaces could change our idea of home
Node CEO Anil Khera says co-living is the antidote to Dublin’s ‘lazy’ developers.