Project Management Services for the Irish Walled Towns Network

The Heritage Council invites tenders from suitable qualified person(s) with four or more years of project management experience at national level to undertake responsibility for the coordination of the Irish Walled Towns Network. 

About the Irish Walled Towns Network 

The Heritage Council of Ireland established the Irish Walled Towns Network in April 2005 to unite and co-ordinate the strategic efforts of local authorities involved in the management and conservation of historic walled towns in Ireland, both North and South. 

The Irish Walled Towns Network is formally linked to the International Walled Towns Friendship Circle (WTFC), which is the international association for the sustainable development of walled towns, walled cities and fortified historic towns. The Irish Walled Towns Network seeks to ensure that Ireland’s unique cultural and built heritage in relation to its walled and fortified towns and cities is protected and managed in a sustainable and appropriate manner in the long-term. There are currently 29 members in the Network.  Membership fees collected by the Heritage Council from member towns support the running costs of the IWTN.

In 2013 the IWTN received a prestigious European Union/Europa Nostra European Heritage award under the category of Education and Training.

Application Details

Application via the etenders website  (153213) 

Closing date for queries – 24th July 2019 at 12 noon.

Submission of tender documents by Tuesday 13th August 2019 at 12:00 noon through the etenders website

Tenders submitted after the above time and date cannot be considered.

Tenders must be submitted through the e-tender website.

  • Assessment and evaluation of responses – 14th -16th August 2019
  • Commencement of contract-  Monday 16th September 2019

Letters to all tenderers, including letter of intent - week starting 19th August 2019