County Council Branding

Tara Skryne Landscape Project

Presentations from Breakfast Briefing to Elected Members of Meath County Council

7th and 20th September 2010

Breakfast Briefing to Members 20th Sept 2010 L Guinan pdf, 1,558kb

Breakfast briefing 7th Sept 2010 L Guinan pdf, 1,450kb

Breakfast briefing 7th Sept 2010 D Egan pdf, 1,744kb

Breakfast briefing 7th Sept 2010 W Bagnall pdf, 521kb

Breakfast briefing 7th Sept 2010 C Newman pdf, 1,850kb

Breakfast briefing 7th Sept 2010 R Meehan pdf, 1,913kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Public Information Evening

(September 2010)

Tara Skryne Public Information Evening handout 13th Sept 2010 pdf, 332kb

Tara Skryne Public information Evening 13th Sept 2010 ad pdf, 1,070kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Mangers Report on Submissions

(July 2010)

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Managers Report on Submissions (July 2010) pdf, 882kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area (May 2010)

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Advert pdf, 20kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Written Report Section 1 pdf, 831kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Written Report Section 2 pages 1-22 pdf, 1,805kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Written Report Section 2 pages 23-60 pdf, 1,424kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Written Report Section 3 pdf, 127kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Appendix I pdf, 42kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Appendix II pdf, 42kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Appendix III pdf, 91kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Appendix IV pdf, 85kb

Draft Tara Skryne Landscape Conservation Area Boundary Map pdf, 1,438kb

Tara Skryne Proposed Landscape Conservation Area

Tara Skryne Proposed Landscape Conservation Area Advert pdf, 41kb

Landscapes reflect the relationship between people, place and nature and form the backdrop to our daily lives.  The Tara Skryne Landscape is of central importance to Irish culture and identity which bears testimony to its royal past.  It has been shaped by human activity for thousands of years and has aesthetic, historic, archaeological, recreational, economic, educational and environmental significance.

The aim of the project is to develop a new framework, in consultation with the local community and stakeholders, to manage and accommodate change within historic landscapes.  Our landscapes are places where people live and work so therefore the objective is not to prevent development or change but rather to manage it in a manner which compliments the character and values of the landscape and creates vibrant communities.

Hill of Tara

Who will deliver this project?

This is a partnership of local and national organisations between Meath County Council, the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government and the Heritage Council who have come together to pilot a new national landscape management project.  The lead partner is Meath County Council and the project is being delivered through its Forward Planning Department.

Project Steering Committee

A steering committee of project partners, chaired by Mr. Liam Henry, Director of Services, Planning, Meath County Council, was established in March 2009 to advise on the development and implementation of the project.  The Steering Committee is made up of the following members:

Mr. Liam Henry, Director of Services, Meath County Council (Chair)

Ms. Wendy Bagnall, Senior Executive Planner, Meath County Council

Mr. George Burke, Principal Officer , Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government.

Ms. Gabrielle McKeown, Senior Advisor , Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government.

Mr. Michael Starrett, Chief Executive, Heritage Council

Mr. Ian Doyle, Head of Conservation, Heritage Council

Loreto Guinan took up the position as Project Officer in March 2009 and is responsible for the day to day delivery of the project.  GIS, administration and planner support is provided by the Forward Planning Team, Planning Department, Meath County Council.

Schedule of steering committee meetings

Meeting

Date

Venue

1

April 3rd 2009

Ashbourne Civic Offices  

 

May 6th 2009

Site Visit

2

May 29th 2009

Planning Offices, Navan

3

June 26th 2009

Planning Offices, Navan

4

December 10th 2009

Planning Offices, Navan

5

January 18th 2010

Custom House, Dublin

6

February 19th 2010

Custom House, Dublin

7

April 23rd  2010

Custom House, Dublin

8

June 25th 2010

Planning Offices, Navan

9

November 5th 2010

Planning Offices, Navan

 
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