Rather than reiterating the evidence of the past, it is the Heritage Council's intent to set out a vision for the Irish landscape in the future. According to the Heritage Act, 1995 [pdf 96kb], 'landscape' includes areas, sites, vistas and features of significant scenic, archaeological, geological, historical, ecological or other scientific interest. Our vision is that the Irish landscape will be a dynamic, living landscape, one which accommodates the physical and spiritual needs of people, with the needs of nature in a harmonious manner, and as a result, bring long-term benefits to both.
Loophead Tourism network have developed a training course which will enable participants to identify and utilise the heritage resources of their local area in the development of sustainable tourism products.
10th December, Dublin- The seminar will cover new research in several key aspects of public parks design and management; taking in ecology and biodiversity, planning and green infrastructure, with reference to current research...
Landscape Character Assessment: CPD Training Course This all-island, multi-disciplinary CPD training course has been of value to those whose professional work impinges on the Irish landscape. This includes planners, landscape architects, archaeologists, ecologists, architects and engineers.