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Malcolm Noonan TD, Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, has launched the Built Heritage Investment Scheme (BHIS) and Historic Structures Fund (HSF) for 2023. The BHIS and HSF support the owners of protected structures to meet their obligations to care for their properties and, with €9million in funding across both schemes, an increase

Places for People, the new National Policy on Architecture, is now available.  Places for People will boost public engagement with architecture, empower the architectural profession, particularly within the public service, raise design quality, and improve data and research on our built environment. Places for People asserts the need for architects and built environment professionals to

78 built heritage projects are to benefit from €4 million in funding under the Historic Structures Fund 2022 administered by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage in partnership with thirty-one local authorities.  The funding follows the €4 million in funding recently announced under the Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2022. The Historic Structures Fund

512 built heritage projects, spread out across 31 local authority areas, are to benefit from €4 million in funding under the Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2022. The Built Heritage Investment Scheme (BHIS) will assist custodians and owners of protected structures, and structures within Architectural Conservation Areas, in meeting their obligations to care for their historic

The Irish Georgian Society and Dublin City Council have announced a programme of online talks promoting the significance of Dublin’s period houses and giving practical advice on their conservation and repair.  The online talks, which take place at 1pm each Tuesday from the 8th of March to the 31st of May, will be of benefit

Malcolm Noonan TD, Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, has launched A Living Tradition: a strategy to enhance the understanding, care and handing on of our built vernacular heritage. Our vernacular heritage covers a broad spectrum of building types, principally rural in purpose and setting, but it also includes buildings in towns and

Darragh O’Brien TD, Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, has recommended 1,720 structures of architectural heritage interest to the elected members of Dublin City Council for their consideration for inclusion on the Record of Protected Structures (RPS).  The recommendations, covering the north city suburbs between the Royal Canal and the border with Fingal, are

Malcolm Noonan TD, Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, has launched the Built Heritage Investment Scheme (BHIS) and Historic Structures Fund (HSF) for 2022. The BHIS and HSF support the owners of protected structures to meet their obligations to care for their properties and, with €8million in funding across both schemes, they represent

It has been announced that 85 heritage projects are to benefit from a total of €3m under the Historic Structures Fund (HSF) 2021. In addition to supporting owners of historic structures in maintaining and safeguarding their properties, the funding will also provide a welcome boost to local construction and heritage trades by facilitating works with

It has been announced that 477 heritage projects are to benefit from a total of €3m under the Built Heritage Investment Scheme (BHIS) 2021. In addition to supporting owners of historic structures in maintaining and safeguarding their properties, the funding will also provide a welcome boost to local construction and heritage trades by facilitating works