Record of Protected Structures updated by resolution of Council

The links below show the details of deletions and additions to the Record of Protected Structures, as made by resolution of the Council on 19th February 2018.

The strategic review of the RPS was completed in order to establish a new record which is up to date in terms of the city’s built heritage, which takes cognisance of contemporary building conditions and which seeks to protect structures within the city which are worthy of such protection while facilitating development of structures removed from the RPS where protection is no longer warranted.

While the review has removed from the record a number of recorded archaeological monuments (Record of Monuments and Places), it is the view of the Council that the protection afforded to such structures under the National Monuments Acts 1930-2004 is sufficient to ensure their protection.

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