IRISH PLANNING AWARDS TO RETURN IN SEPTEMBER

Sep 15, 2023 | Featured Articles

A total of 48 entries, including projects from organisations within both the public and private sectors, have been submitted to the Irish Planning Institute (IPI) for the 2023 Irish Planning Awards, which will be presented on Thursday 28 September at Dublin’s Clontarf Castle.

This year’s Irish Planning Awards, which returns for the first time since 2020, will yet again highlight innovation and excellence in Irish planning at the awards ceremony in Dublin’s Clontarf Castle Dublin on Thursday 28 September by the IPI – the all-island professional membership body for spatial planners.

The awards serve to acknowledge a diverse range of projects and plans taking place at county and regional levels in complex and dynamic environments. Organisations and projects from Dublin, Kildare, Limerick, Cork, Antrim, Tipperary, Meath, Clare, Louth, Galway, Offaly and Donegal were submitted for this year’s awards.

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