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David Slattery Conservation Architects and Historic Buildings Consultants, Clonskeagh, Dublin 6 ++353 1 269 7357

Conservation Reports

A Conservation Report is an assessment of the historic value of a building, group of buildings or area. It is a mandatory accompanyment to a planning application relating to a Protected Structure and can form an essential part of an in depth feasiblity study.

When preparing a Conservation Report we would first carry out a desktop survey of the subject site referencing Historic Maps, our archive of historic documentation and books, the NIAH inventory and the relevant Record of Protected Structures. On completion of this study, and with a knowledge of the development and chronology of the subject site, we would visit the site and carry out our physical survey allowing us to anaylse the property in detail and develop the Conservation Report. We carry out a full photographic survey of the property as part of this process.

David Slattery Conservation Architects have completed Conservation Reports on many of the most prestigious historic buidlings in Ireland including:

General Post Office, Dublin 1

Leinster House, Dublin 2

Lutrellstown Castle, Dublin 15

Bewley's Oriental Cafe, Grafton Street, Dublin 2

Kent Station, Cork

Houses on St. Stephen's Green, Fitzwilliam Square, Merrion Square and Lesson Street

Marks and Spencer, Grafton Street, Dublin 2

O'Connell Street, Dublin 1

Powerscourt Townhouse, Dublin 2

Portlaoise Courthouse, Co. Laois


Conservation Reports

Architectural Services

Environmental Impact Statements

Extensions and Refurbishments

Conservation Specifications

Part V Declarations

Appeals and Expert Witnesses


Photographic and Measured Surveys

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