Eleven Wicklow projects to receive funding under the Built Heritage Investment Scheme

Eleven projects throughout Wicklow have officially received funding under the Built Heritage Investment Scheme, it has been announced.

The Built Heritage Investment Scheme, which is administered by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, funds conservation works to historic buildings.

Wicklow structures to be supported by the scheme include Wicklow Gaol in Wicklow Town, St. Kevin’s Church in Laragh and Ballyarthur Housel located in Arklow.

The total amount from the scheme going to Wicklow projects is €96,000.

The full list of approved projects and their allocated funding is as follows:

Darraghville, KilcooleRemoval of inappropriate external render and replacement with lime€11,000
Wicklow Gaol, Wicklow TownRepair of window cills€8,000
St. Kevin’s Church, LaraghRepairs to front porch€2,000
Ballyarthur House, ArklowInvestigative and consolidation works to gable wall€11,000
2 Bayswater Terrace, GreystonesRepair of sash windows and renewal of roof€10,000
Ballinatone Church, Ballinatone lower, RathdrumRepair of window frames and cleaning of stained glass€10,000
Talbotstown Fort, KilteganRenewal of roof and rainwater goods€13,000
2 Millward Terrace, Meath Road, BrayRepair of gutters and window repairs to basement flat€3,000
1 Claremeount Terrace, Meath Road, BrayRepair of 5 sash windows and repair of original front iron railings€8,000
Clermont House, RathnewRepair of  half door and all sash windows in four rooms€10,000
St. Saviours Church, RathdrumRepair of Windows€10,000

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