Solving our own problems!

Solving our own problems!

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

A two day workshop identifying Carrick-on-Suir’s issues and coming up with solutions – Summary Report and Event Template

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): Irish Walled Towns Network
Irish Lace

Irish Lace

Education & Training /

Irish lace reflects the social and political changes that took place between 1700 and the present, and this is its story.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council with support from The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland
Museum Standards Programme for Ireland Standards and Guidelines

Museum Standards Programme for Ireland Standards and Guidelines

Museums, Archives & Cultural Heritage /

The Museum Standards Programme for Ireland (MSPI) benchmarks and promotes professional standards in collections care and recognises the achievements of those standards within the Irish museum sector.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
Irish Walled Towns Network Action Plan 2014 – 2016

Irish Walled Towns Network Action Plan 2014 – 2016

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

The Irish Walled Towns Network seeks to care for the values of historic towns and to help manage their change.

The IWTN’s goal of making historic Irish towns great places to live, work and visit, complements the objectives of our own Strategic Plan.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): Irish Walled Towns Network
Heritage Council Annual Report 2013

Heritage Council Annual Report 2013

Annual Report /

Report on the activities of the Heritage Council including financial statements for 2013.

Report on the activities of the Heritage Council including financial statements for 2013.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
Assessment of Possible Fiscal Incentives in Relation to the Built Heritage in Ireland’ s Towns

Assessment of Possible Fiscal Incentives in Relation to the Built Heritage in Ireland’ s Towns

market research Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

This report assesses if specified fiscal instruments and other measures could and should be used to incentivise investment in the built heritage in Irish towns.

Particular focus of the analysis is on assessing which fiscal incentives (i.e. tax allowances) might be most effective and beneficial. Various options are assessed using a multi-criteria analysis. The report concludes that a restructured
version of the Living Cities Initiative holds promise.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): Peter Bacon