County Wicklow Heritage Plan 2017-22

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A Partnership Plan prepared by the Wicklow Heritage Forum

The County Wicklow Heritage Plan sets out a vision and strategy for heritage in County Wicklow

This is the third The Heritage Plan for county Wicklow, covering the period 2017-2022. The Heritage Plan was prepared by the Wicklow Heritage Forum, a partnership group set up by Wicklow County Council and facilitated through the Heritage Officer.

The overall aim of the Plan is: To conserve the natural, built and cultural heritage of Wicklow and to foster a greater awareness, appreciation and enjoyment of this by all.

The overall aim of the Plan is: To conserve the natural, built and cultural heritage of Wicklow and to foster a greater awareness, appreciation and enjoyment of this by all.

The Heritage Plan represents a strategic approach to the management of heritage in county Wicklow that is underpinned by both National and local heritage policy.

 The term ‘Heritage’ encompasses a broad range of natural and built heritage elements as set out in the Heritage Act 1995. This includes monuments, archaeological objects, heritage objects, architectural heritage, flora, fauna, wildlife habitats, landscapes, seascapes, wrecks, geology, heritage gardens and parks and inland waterways. Additionally the Wicklow Plan makes provision for other aspects of cultural heritage such as history, genealogy, traditional skills and placenames.

Download your copy of the Plan below or e-mail Deirdre Burns, Heritage Officer dburns@wicklowcoco.ie if you would like to request a postal copy or have any queries. 

 

This page was added by Deirdre Burns on 03/04/2018.

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