Dublin City Council will shortly be requesting expressions of interest for inclusion on multi-party, architect led integrated design team frameworks, to be formed in two lots as follows: (more…)
Dublin City Council are proud sponsors of Open House Dublin and Sealawn Lodge and the restored St Anne’s Follies are some of the of the fine examples of Architecture to explore on Saturday the 13th of October with free guided tours by expert volunteers. More information on the Open house Tour can be found here. (more…)
11.10.2018NEXT for O’Devaney
Dublin City Council and the O’Devaney Gardens Community Consultative Forum will be hosting a workshop regarding the regeneration of O’Devaney Gardens. (more…)
11.10.2018Dublin City Council plays its part in Ireland’s largest Architectural Festival – Open House.
The 13th edition of Ireland’s largest architectural festival ‘Open House’ will take place across the city on Friday 12th October – Sunday 14th October. (more…)
Who are we?
The Structural Engineering Section forms part of the City Architect’s Division. The Section sits within Housing and Community Services and provides Structural and Civil design on a cross departmental basis. (more…)
Detailed plans for Parnell Square Cultural Quarter, which will be anchored by a new City Library, were presented in City Hall, today, Monday 10 September. (more…)
06.09.2018DANGEROUS BUILDING SECTION – AUGUST 2018
23 Blessington Street, D7.
‘Dangerous Buildings’ is a statutory section within DCC, under the direction of the City Architect, which is concerned with buildings, structures or sites deemed a danger to the public. It operates under the remit of the Local Government (Sanitary Services) Act 1964 as amended.
Here is an update on the public housing projects under City Architects direction on behalf of Dublin City Council Housing department. Projects are varied and include new build, refurbishment and extensions of existing DCC homes. (more…)
Image: 48 Fleet St, D2
‘Dangerous Buildings’ is a statutory section within DCC, under the direction of the City Architect, which is concerned with buildings, structures or sites deemed a danger to the public. It operates under the remit of the Local Government (Sanitary Services) Act 1964 as amended. (more…)
02.08.2018THE LAB, FOLEY STREET
The LAB was established by Dublin City Council in 2005 as a municipal arts hub providing gallery, rehearsal and incubation space for a range of art forms. The building was developed through a public private partnership. The LAB supports emerging artists who are selected to exhibit their work on a month by month basis. The busy schedule of artists exhibiting in the gallery means there is a need for them to store their work in the LAB throughout the year.