Want to know more about Conserving Your Dublin Period House?
The Irish Georgian Society has recently announced a new series of lectures designed to help the owners of period property in Dublin. A carefully assembled group of conservation experts will deliver a series of 12 lectures at the Helen Roe theatre in Merrion Square in Dublin, starting on Tuesday 1 March 2016. Owners can join for the whole series or attend individual talks that are of special interest. There will also be a Saturday walking tour in Dublin on 12 April led by Dr Susan Galavan, MRIAI, which will look at the architectural history of one Dublin Street - Northumberland Road, D2. The road, built in 19th century over six decades, illustrates the changing tastes of Dublin’s Victorian domestic architecture.
The 'Conserving Your Dublin Period House' lectures form not only part of the Irish Georgian Society's Education Programme but Dublin City's Heritage Plan to improve conservation by sharing architectural advice and information with property owners.
To find out more and book and buy tickets contact the Irish Georgian Society on Dublin 1 679 8675 or visit their website