Concentrates on the importance of the European Commission′s Green Paper on the Urban Environment which recognizes the need to preserve the historical heritage of the built environment. Highlights the work which needs to be done to reach the level of architectural preservation in the Republic of Ireland comparable with that of The Netherlands and the UK. Lists the history of planning and conservation in Ireland, the conservation apparent in Dublin and the improvements in policy being undertaken by the Government. Assesses the effectiveness of the building preservation policy in Dublin from a number of standpoints and concentrates on the case example of 95 Capel Street concerning dangerous listed buildings and the willingness of building safety management to deal with such problems sympathetically.
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