Environmental impact study

In case of major landmark sculptures an environmental impact study may be required. An environmental impact study (EIS) is the detailed study of the potential effects of a designated development on the local environment.

Environmental impact studies should assess the existing site and conditions and evaluate the anticipated impacts on the flora, fauna, economy, historical and social factors of the new development. An EIS is important to avoid damage to a local area in terms of its ecology, air and water quality and to ensure long-term sustainable, minimal impact development. For more information see Irish Statute Book

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Per cent for art commission | Coláiste Iósaef Co Limerick

10 August 2020

The Board of Management of Coláiste Iósaef Community College in Kilmallock County Limerick, wish to commission artist(s) to create an artwork to...More..

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Nazareth Housing Association provides independent living houses for individuals and couples who are 65 and over and on the Sligo County Council housing list.  Nazareth Village is comprised of 48 houses in a garden setting.  The Village was financed as a public-private partnership between Nazareth Housing Association and Sligo County Council with funding from the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government.  

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