Ballysadare Village Development
The village of Ballysadare in Co. Sligo was an important centre of trade in the 18th century. This led to the clustered development within the village that was characteristic of towns during that time. With this in mind, it was of vital importance to retain the architectural and industrial heritage of the town whilst providing the modern amenities needed for it’s rising population. The successful incorporation of conservation issues and modern development reflects Consurv’s balanced approach.
St. Patrick's Street, Cork
St Patrick’s Street, branching just off Cork City’s Main Street, was established early on as part of Cork’s main commercial area. As a result, this development carries important architectural heritage imbued with cultural, historical and social significance. Dr. Brennan was commissioned to assist with the design stage of the development of the buildings in this area.
Mullan Mill and Village
Dr. Thomas Brennan acted as the facilitators for this project and has been involved from the outset. Dr. Thomas Brennan has completed a detailed survey of the site and will oversee all works until the projects’ completion particularly in relation to the renovation and conservation of the buildings.