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Architectural Conservation

The Architectural Conservation Office of Mayo County Council is responsible for the protection of the architectural heritage of the County as defined in the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended).

Architectural Conservation Office

The Architectural Conservation Office of Mayo County Council is responsible for the protection of the architectural heritage of the County as defined in the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended). Mayo County Council’s architectural heritage objectives are set out in the Mayo County Development Plan 2014 -2020.

This responsibility includes;

  • Protection of Architectural Conservation Areas and structures which are included in the Record of Protected Structures.
  • Provision of professional advice to owners of protected structures on conservation issues. 
  • Provision of professional advice on planning applications, Architectural Conservation Area (ACA) proposals and forward planning proposals.
  • Provision of advice to the Enforcement Section regarding unauthorised development and endangerment of Protected Structures.
  • Provision of advice on conservation policy within the council and input to the County Development Plan.
  • Management of the Record of Protected Structures.
  • Designation of Architectural Conservation Areas.
  • Administration of architectural conservation grants.

Guidance and Standards for Architectural Heritage Protection are contained in the Mayo County Development Plan 2014 – 2020 Volume 2 Planning Guidance and Standards for Development in Mayo

Contact Details

Architectural Conservation Office
Architects Department
ArĂ¡s an Chontae
Castlebar, Co. Mayo

Tel: 094 904 7695
Fax: 094 9047690
Email: conservation@mayococo.ie


Records of Protected Structures

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Architectural Conservation Areas

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Declaration Application Forms

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Grant Schemes

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Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Architectural Heritage Publications & Conservatio

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Architectural Conservation Links

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