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# Redevelopment

Last week
12th March 2023 - 25th March 2023
# emmett place
Planning permission granted for redevelopment of Cork's Crawford Art Gallery
The project will include a new entrance onto Emmett Place, new exhibition spaces and a Learn and Explore facility.
This month
March 2023
# newbridge or nowhere
St Conleth’s Park closing for 18 months as €17.5m redevelopment confirmed
The stadium will be transformed into a 15,000-capacity venue.
Last month
February 2023
# Stephen's Green
Objectors hit out at 'bland', 'generic' plans to redevelop St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre
Last month, Davy entity, DTDL Ltd lodge plans to rejuvenate the Dublin shopping centre.
Last year
# restoration
Details of National Concert Hall redevelopment project unveiled
The project will deliver the expansion of stage and seating capacity of the existing auditorium.
Barcelona to spend a season away from Nou Camp as €1.5bn redevelopment begins this summer
The Catalan club will play at the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys – the home of the 1992 Olympics – for the 2023/24 campaign.
All time
# Redevelopment
Green light for 'unique' redevelopment of €400m O'Devaney Gardens site
Half of the 1,047 units to be social and affordable units.
# Abbey Theatre
Dublin City Council is using compulsory purchase orders to buy buildings to expand Abbey Theatre
Plans to expand the theatre were first unveiled in 2017.
# Redevelopment
Tallaght Stadium set for expansion to 10,500 capacity
Shamrock Rovers are the anchor tenants of the south Dublin venue.
# Abbey Theatre
Work begins on next stage of Abbey Theatre's €80 million redevelopment plan
The building in which the National Theatre is housed is over 50 years old.
'Players Please': Locals highlight history of Dublin 8 factory as redevelopment looms
Plans for the Player Wills Factory in Dublin 8 include building 1,400 new apartments.
# national theatre
Major redevelopment of the Abbey Theatre a step closer as it awaits government green light
The Abbey Theatre’s long hoped-for redevelopment is awaiting final approval from the government.
# National Refurb
Half a million books to be moved and €10m spent to preserve National Library collections
Current storage conditions put some collections at fire risk.
# shire
Bank of Ireland's former Dublin HQ is getting a facelift and a new tenant
Miesian Plaza is now home to medical company Shire.
# At last
Clerys workers are going to get a settlement, almost two years after the department store shut down
The full details of the settlement are confidential.
# carlow central
Penneys to take centre stage as over 1,000 jobs to be created in new Carlow shopping centre
A further 100 jobs were created by synthetic diamond suppliers Element Six in Shannon.
# Redevelopment
A new 'compact luxury hotel' could be squeezed into the old Andrew's Lane Theatre site
Planning permission has been submitted for the 155 bedroom hotel.
# Makeover
Liverpool unveil new main stand at Anfield as capacity of the ground increases
The €135.9m project was completed over the past couple of weeks and the Reds will play at home against Leicester City tomorrow.
# Makeover
Planning application submitted for €26m redevelopment of the RDS Angelsea Stand
The work will increase the capacity at Leinster’s home from 18,500 to 21,000.
# End of an era
Demolition begins on a Cork landmark in first stage of €50 million redevelopment
The full demolition of the Capitol Cinema in Cork city centre is expected to take three months.
# Redevelopment
Developers to build 1,300 homes on three Dublin sites, but is it a 'giveaway to the private sector'?
Sinn Féin says its amendment will mean at least 30% of the properties will be for social housing.
# Reasons to be optimistic
Exciting infrastructure announcements a good news story worth examining
Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home.
# Upgrade
The home of Leinster rugby will have a new name 'very soon'
RDS chief executive Michal Duffy says they are close to making an announcement on the deal.
# facelift
There's a brand new plan to make former ghost town Cherrywood look more like New York
Almost 3,800 new houses and apartments are to be built.
# Dublin town
Fianna Fáil's brand new plan for Moore Street is "a little bit inspired" by Charlie
Could the area become the new Temple Bar?
# bust to boom
An estate agent has been appointed to sell Priory Hall 2.0 (don't all queue at once)
Buy-to-let owners at the complex are “very hopeful for a name change”.
# Dublin City
'Plans to house homeless in O'Devaney Gardens won't go down well with residents'
The block of flats, was earmarked for redevelopment under a public-private partnership.
# Boost
Munster Council sets aside €3.75m for the redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh
The announcement was made as part of a €6.25m package unveiled last night.
# Dublin
PICS: The iconic Iveagh Market is to undergo a €90m transformation
The market was opened in the early 1900s.
# Heineken/BAM
If Cork were to hold a Comic Con, it'd probably be in this new €50m events centre
The venue will be built on on the site of the former Beamish and Crawford brewery.
Páirc Uí Chaoimh redevelopment finally given the green light
An Bord Pleanála granted permission following a series of oral hearings.
# plans
Here's everything you need to know about the RDS redevelopment
Leinster’s home ground will see its capacity increased to 25,000 by 2017.
# Time For A Makeover
Planning permission granted for Cork GAA's €70m redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh
A centre of excellence is also set to be developed at the venue in the Ballintemple area of Cork.
# Revamp
Capacity of Munster's Musgrave Park to increase to 10,000... after Il Divo concert
Once the operatic crooners pack their tuxedos away, work will commence of upgrades to the home of Dolphin and Sunday’s Well.
# Redevelopment
The ESB no longer has to restore Dublin's 'Georgian Mile'
A vote this evening amended the city’s Development Plan, removing a requirement to build a Georgian facade if the site is redeveloped.
# Housing
Map, table: Ireland's 16,881 vacant homes
Ireland’s problems with unfinished housing developments have improved but new figures from the National Housing Development Survey outline just how many vacant dwellings there are and where the problem is worst.
# Revamp
VIDEO: A fly-through of the Ravenhill redevelopment
This is how Ulster Rugby’s home is expected to look by summer 2014.
# don't stand so close to me
Sting calls off Philippines gig in pine tree row
The singer called off the concert in protest at the removal of pine trees outside a shopping centre undergoing redevelopment.
# Cork GAA
Páirc Uí Chaoimh redevelopment will create 400 jobs - Cork County Board
The two-year modernization project is expected to begin in the autumn of 2013, subject to planning approval.
# Liberty Hall
SIPTU set to demolish and redevelop Dublin's iconic Liberty Hall
SIPTU received planning permission from Dublin City Council yesterday and says it plans to build a taller tower.
# Home improvement
No immediate plans for redevelopment as Pairc Tailteann downsized
Home of Meath GAA looks set to be reduced to 10,000 for the foreseeable future.