This scheme is for conservation works to heritage structures, in both private and public ownership. The focus is on conservation and enhancement of historic structures and buildings for the benefit of communities and the public and will seek to:
This scheme seeks to encourage conservation of structures protected under the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended) and in certain cases, structures within Architectural Conservation Areas. The scheme also seeks to support the employment of skilled and experienced conservation professionals, craft workers and trades people.
The quality of our historic built environment profoundly affects our everyday lives. It contributes to the vitality of our cities, towns, villages and countryside, instils a sense of pride of place, and enhances the quality of our everyday lives.
This fund assists with works to safeguard certain historic structures into the future where, in the opinion of the DCHG, an urgent need has been demonstrated. It aims to reduce the risk of deterioration of Ireland’s architectural heritage while supporting employment for conservation professionals, contractors and specialists.
Suir Catchment based Flood Risk Assessment and Management (CFRAM) - Draft Flood Maps
The OPW who are conducting the Suir CFRAM Study with the support of Tipperary Co. Council have produced Draft Flood Maps relevant to parts of Tipperary in advance of a national statutory period of public consultation for Draft Flood Maps.
To provide an opportunity for all interested parties to view and comment on these maps public consultation days will be held as follows: