The High Court's finding that buildings and sites on and around Dublin's Moore Street are a 1916 Rising battlfield site comprising a national monument was "strongly supported" by evidence, including from historians and two former directors of the National Musuem, the Court of Appeal has been told.
Wed, 20 Dec, 2017
Thu, 01 Jun, 2017
Wed, 17 Feb, 2016
The announcement that the State has finally purchased the derelict 1916 National Monument at 14 to 17 Moore Street, greeted by some as a giant leap forward, raises serious and fundamental questions that need now to be addressed in the public interest:
Sat, 14 Nov, 2015
A developer member of the Maple 10 group given money to buy shares in Anglo who previously claimed it was “hard to tell” if he was a billionaire, has blamed the “glut of inexperienced developers” seeking “a quick buck” for the crash.
Fri, 24 Jul, 2015
Minister Aodháin O’Riordáin in a Dáil reply (July 9) on the proposed NAMA auction of the last extant 1916 battlefield referred to no’s 14 -17 Moore Street as being “the only pre-1916 buildings on the street”.
Tue, 14 Jul, 2015
Minister Jimmy Deenihan’s decision to refuse to consent to development within the protected boundary of the 1916 National Monument, Moore Street/Moore Lane raises serious planning issues that need to be addressed in the public interest before consideration is given to any new application to develop this historic area.
Fri, 02 Aug, 2013
Chartered Land, the present owners of the Carlton site in Dublin, have now published their Ministerial Consent Application for proposed work to the National Monument at Moore Street/Moore Lane that honours the memory and sacrifice of the men and women of 1916.
Tue, 02 Apr, 2013