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The Heritage Council's Community-Led Village Design Statements Toolkit has won the "Innovative Planning Practices & Procedures Award" at the recent National Planning Awards awarded by the Irish Planning Institute.
Our Planning & Development Officer Alison Harvey spoke this week at the Tidier Towns The Way Forward Conference. The Conference which was held in Cork aimed to motivate community groups to improve their areas.
Heritage Council and Partners’ Community-led Village Design Statement Toolkit and inaugural Multi-disciplinary Toolkit Training Workshop launched in October 2012 have been shortlisted for a National Planning Award by the...
The Heritage Council as a national statutory body seeks to ensure that the development of the renewable energy sector in Ireland can be carried out in harmony with our unique and world-renowned national heritage.
Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Mr Pat Rabbitte, T.D. announces the commencement of the first phase of public consultation on the proposed Renewable Energy Export Policy and Development Framework.
National Heritage Week 2013 which takes place nationwide from 17th – 25th August 2013, looks set to reach a record total of 1700 events this year, the majority of which will be FREE to attend
The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in World Heritage Conservation are part-time, online, distance learning courses.
A new Heritage Plan for County Monaghan by Monaghan County Council was launched recently by Conor Newman, Heritage Council Chairman and Monaghan Mayor Cllr. Hugh McElvaney.
In the year of The Gathering, people are encouraged to get involved in National Heritage Week 2013 by organising an event in their community and showcase their local natural and cultural heritage
The project teams up young people with architects and a filmmaker to investigate architecture and urban design in their own neighbourhoods.
The Heritage Council has chosen Roscrea, among only a handful of Irish towns to put in place a public realm plan.