The Irish Georgian Society is inviting applications to its 2017 Conservation Grants Programme. Now in its fourth year, the grants programme provides financial support for works to structures of significant architectural merit. A total of €50,000 is available and grants will be awarded with priority given to protected structures and recorded monuments of significant architectural merit. Structures of all periods are eligible but priority will be given to older buildings on the basis of rarity and potential fragility relating to age.
Built Heritage Investment Scheme & Structures at Risk Fund
Build Heritage Investment Scheme 2017
Dublin City Council in conjunction with the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs are inviting applications for the Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2017. This will be administered by the Conservation Section of Dublin City Council for buildings contained on the Record of Protected Structure and in Architectural Conservation Areas within the Dublin City Council Area only. The minimum level of funding awarded will be €2,500 up to a maximum of €10,000. This scheme will support small-scale conservation projects and support the employment of skilled and experienced conservation professionals, craftspeople and tradespersons in the repair of the historic built environment. See link for further details http://bit.ly/2khqbBS Structures at Risk Fund 2017
Dublin City Council in conjunction with the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs are inviting applications for the ‘Structures at Risk Fund’ for 2017. This will be administered by the Conservation Section of Dublin City Council for structures in the Dublin City Council area only.
Only structures or parts structures in immediate danger of significant deterioration will qualify for consideration for funding by the Department. Please note that due to the limited capital resources available for the operation of the SRF in 2017, the Department will consider only two applications per local authority. A third application can be made if it relates to an Irish Historic House in private ownership. See link for further details: http://bit.ly/2jVJkZf
Applications should be made directly to the Conservation Section of Dublin City Council. Email: email@example.com Phone: 01-2223927/2223090
The deadline for submission of completed applications for both schemes is 5.00pm, Tuesday 28th February 2017.
Image: Thomas Jervais window, Agher Church, Co. Meath
IGS Architectural Conservation Awards 2017
The Irish Georgian Society invites applications for its Architectural Conservation Awards 2017 for conservation projects and also for its Original Drawings Awards for non-CAD drawings of an historic building or structure. The awards are open to Irish architects or architectural practices, building surveyors, contractors, engineers and other professionals involved in the conservation of historic buildings in Ireland.
Applications relating to historic buildings of all types, including vernacular, are welcome. Previously shortlisted projects include churches, civic structures, follies and houses both urban and rural. The Irish Georgian Society Architectural Conservation Awards are to encourage excellence in the area of conservation and to celebrate those conservation professionals and practitioners responsible for projects of merit. Terms and conditions are listed in the Application Forms which are available on www.igs.ie.
Applications must be received by 12.00pm on Friday, 28th April 2017.
Image: Blackrock Further Education Institute, 2014 Winner
Submission to DCC re: conservation management plan for Herbert Park, Ballsbridge The Irish Georgian Society has called for a conservation management plan for Herbert Park, Ballsbridge and for the reinstatement of the park’s pergola which, on completion in 1913, was described as “one of the finest examples of its kind in existence”. Read the submission in full here.
Objection to DLRCC re: a development proposal at Tibradden House, Rathfarnham
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