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Historic Landscape: Loved, Lost or in Limbo?

Irish Landscape Institute & Irish Georgian Society Joint Seminar

Wednesday 25th February 2015 at 9.00am
City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2.

ILI & IGS have come together to organise a full day seminar on historic, designed and cultural landscapes, taking place on Wednesday, 25th February 2015 at the City Assembly House. The seminar will give practical advice to professions working in development management on key elements of best conservation practice for such landscapes. Of particular interest to planners, conservation officers, landowners, communities and other stakeholders working in areas with significant historic and cultural landscapes.

Speakers include:

Monica Luengo – Historian / Landscape Architect
Michael O’Donnell BL – Barrister
Jeanne Meldon – Director, Castletown Foundation
Dr. John Olley – Emeritus Senior Lecturer, UCD School of Architecture
William Cumming – Senior Architectural Advisor, NIAH, DAHG
Louise Harrington – Architectural Heritage & Historic Landscape Consultant
Alison Harvey – The Heritage Council
Finola Reid – Historic Gardens Consultant

Chaired by Tony Williams, President ILI, and Deirdre McDermott, IGS, President ICOMOS Ireland. See full programme here.


Cost: €45 members / €60 Non members.
Student concessions available on request.
Bookings can be made online through the Irish Georgian Society website www.igs.ie or by post using the booking form.

This is not an IAF event. For more information, news and events see the ILI website.