Organiser: The Heritage Council
The Heritage Councl and its Partners: Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland, Irish Landscape Institute, Irish Planning Institute, Royal Town Planning Institute are running A Pilot CPD Training Module: Introduction to...
Organiser: Heritage Council
The National Village Design Conference took place at Slane Castle, Co. Meath, on 31 October 2008. If you would like to download presentations that were delivered at the conference click on the link above.
Organiser: The Heritage Council
Heritage Officer Training and Development Programme: Public Realms Plan which took take place in Fethard, Co. Tipperary on Tuesday, 23rd June 2009
The CPD Training Course will be held on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th September 2009, Spanish Point and Tulla, County Clare
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd September 2010. Spanish Point and Tulla, County Clare. May course 80% booked!
Thursday April 15th & Friday 16th April, 2010. Tullamore Court Hotel, Tullamore, Co Offaly.
Wednesday 26th & Thursday 27th May 2010
Multi-Disciplinary CPD Training Workshop
Spanish Point and Tulla, County Clare
18th-19th May and 21st-22nd September 2011. [May course 80% booked!]
Seminar. 20th May 2011. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd September 2011. Spanish Point and Tulla, Co. Clare. [UPDATED 20th September 2011]
Monday, 26th March 2012, London. This seminar provides you with a national and strategic overview, an explanation of the BID process, case studies from market towns to city centres and an opportunity to put questions to our BID...
Thursday 16th February 2012. This conference will present the results of the major UK Climate Change Risk Assessment exercise.
March 8th & 9th, 2012, Dún Laoghaire. The conference is designed to help decision makers, activists, and others who work at the local level to make improvements to the places where they work and live.
The agenda for the inaugural workshop of this series is now available. The workshop will take place on Saturday, 3rd March 2012 at NUI, Galway.
29th March 2012. This course is being run by the Heritage Council as part of the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland (IAI) Continuous Professional Development Programme 2012.
An initial meeting to launch the programme will take place in Dublin on 15th March and more locations are invited to attend with a view to joining the Pathfinder programme.
24th March, Donegal. The event is aimed at existing ‘Tidy Towns’ committees as well as community groups, heritage groups, historical societies, communities and individuals interested in participating in the ‘Tidy Towns’...
This presentation will address the importance of the Irish landscape for tourism, what our overseas tourists think of our landscape and how some of our best views are actually our best kept secrets!
21st April, Kerry. Following on from the outstanding success of the Galway event the Heritage Council is pleased to announce the details of the next workshop in the series which will take place in Listowel, Co. Kerry.
This conference will examine the existing and future context of planning in Ireland and investigate new challenges and emerging opportunities for planners and the planning profession.
Dublin, 29th May. The report will be launched by Frank McDonald, Environment Correspondent, Irish Times.
The Irish Landscape Institute Public Lecture Series 2012 continues with a lecture on recycled / reused / reinvented lands.
6 September, Co. - Mid West Branch. Save the Date - more info to follow.
17th Sept 2012, DIT, Dublin. As part of World Green Building Week, BREEAM Communities Manager, Helen Pineo will look at how BREEAM Communities fits within the existing masterplanning process.
6/7th Nov, Online. This year the WTP Day online conference is being planned on the theme ‘Smart Communities Connect'. The conference is organised via the internet and no travel is required to attend.
21 September, Co. Cavan. This workshop series is generating an increased awareness of the opportunities for enterprise and business development based on Ireland's unique local heritage.
10th Nov, Co. Laois. Speakers will include Jacqui Donnelly (Dept of Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht) on Energy Efficiency in Historic buildings, Richard McLoughlin of Lotts Architecture on How to Write a Conservation Report and...
The new Village Design Statement (VDS) ‘Toolkit’ will also be launched on the day and will provide the basis of the workshop.
Nov 27th, Dublin. The conference will be launched by Lord Mayor of Dublin, Naoise Ó Muirí, & the keynote address will be given by Dr. Kongjian Yu, Doctor of Design at Harvard GSDM & Professor and Dean, College of Architecture &...
15th Nov, Dublin. This Irish Georgian Society conference will explore how current planning legislation & the current economic climate are affecting the sector, & aims to pinpoint not just problems but possibilities.
Feb 20th/ 21st 2013, Dublin. WACAP is a worldwide network of some 900 cities established by the United Nations Development Programme to work together to address urban challenges & crises in a collective and collaborative manner.
13th Dec, Dublin. Alison Harvey, Planning Officer at the Heritage Council, will give a presentation on the National Landscape Strategy.
7th Feb, Co. Down. This conference will consider what type of cooperative models we should be pursuing in the context of ongoing local government reform across the island of Ireland, continued austerity, the increasing...
25th & 26th April, Belfast. "Achieving Competitiveness & Promoting Innovation - The Future Role of Planning."
24th April: The theme of the conference, now in its second year, is Leading Environmental Innovation in Europe, and it is organised in partnership with Enterprise Ireland by the Irish Green Building Council, Cultivate and the...
March 4th-28th, Dublin. UCD School of Architecture will be opening this new exhibition on Monday 4th March at 6pm.
28th March, Dublin- This lecture explores the changing role of ports and harbours in Ireland and Europe as catalysts for new development in towns and cities.
2nd May, Newry- With changes being made to both planning systems in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, this aptly timed seminar will provide plenty of opportunity for lively open debate and discussion.