Built Heritage Investment Scheme (BHIS)
The BHIS seeks to encourage the investment of private capital in a number of small scale, labour intensive projects to repair and conserve historic structures and to support the employment of skilled and experienced conservation professionals, craftspeople and tradespersons. The scheme is designed to assist the owners and/or occupiers of structures/properties that are protected under the Planning and Development Act. It is administered by Monaghan County Council’s Planning Section.
The categories of structures/properties eligible for funding under this scheme are:
- Protected Structures
- Proposed Protected Structures
- Structures/properties in Architectural Conservation Areas
The minimum funding award under this scheme will be €2,500, up to a maximum of €15,000.
Successful applicants will be required to, at a minimum, match their funding award.
Monaghan County Council is pleased to announce the following structures have been successful and have secured provisional funding under the Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2019.
Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2019
|Site Name, Address||Proposed Grant|
|Glaslough Railway Station||€10,000|
|St. Dympna’s Church, Ballinode||€10,000|
|Cahan’s Meeting House, Stranooden||€10,000|
|Anderson’s Pub, Drum||€10,000|
|Ice House, Hope Castle, Castleblayney||€10,000|
|Old Railway Goods Shed, Carrickmacross||€10,000|
This scheme is now closed for applications for 2019.