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Shortlist for the Irish Planning Awards

The IPI has announced the shortlist for the Irish Planning Awards 2020. Congratulations to all of our shortlisted entries! The ...
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Press release on broadband 16.05.19

“Broadband plan is inevitable cost of continued one off rural housing” “future cost structures can only be controlled with a ...
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Renewing and strengthening towns only possible with planned co-ordination and collaboration

“Renewing and strengthening towns only possible with planned co-ordination and collaboration” -       Engagement with community and stakeholders central to effective ...
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Evidence that investment plans are being co-ordinated nationally augurs well for sustainable progress in development

“For the first time ever, we can see a co-ordination now at national level in the planning and funding of ...
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Effective delivery of Project Ireland 2040 needs clear focus on implementation resources

“2018 was a year of exceptional change in the Irish planning system which now needs to be followed by a ...
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Planners endorse value of regeneration reaching beyond the built environment

Planners endorse value of regeneration reaching beyond the built environment - Waterways offer substantial economic and recreational potential - Low ...
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Planners welcome outline plans of world’s first Planning Regulator

Planners welcome outline plans of world’s first Planning Regulator -       Minister emphasises that effective planning is critical to housing response ...
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Policy & Research Committee

The Policy and Research Committee is an executive committee of the Institute's Council. It considers and advises the Council on ...
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IPI respond to publication of the BUILD report produced by the Construction Sector Group (CSG)

“Strong year on year growth in planning approvals an encouraging sign” “Commitment to co-ordinated, evidence-based investment very welcome” - The ...
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