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Lost in translation? Some issues encountered in transferring village design statements from England to Ireland
(Routledge,Taylor & Francis group., 2011)
The erosion of the distinctive character of smaller rural settlements in England has been addressed with some success through the preparation of Village Design Statements (VDS) by local communities. Adopting a more or less ...
Limerick after the downturn: contemporary demographic & socio-economic geography of the urban area
(National Institute for Regional and Spatial Analysis, 2014)
This is the third in a series of census atlases of Limerick produced over the course of the last decade by the Department of Geography in Mary Immaculate College, under commission by Limerick City Council. The latest version ...
Combating Social Disadvantage in Social Housing Estates:The policy implications of a ten-year follow-up study .
(Combat Poverty Agency, The Poverty Research Initiative., 2011-02)
Complementarities between Urban Centres on the Island of Ireland (NIRSA) Working Paper Series 56.
(NIRSA - National Institute for Regional and Spatial Analysis, 2010-04)
Complementarity between urban centres is a key element of Ireland‟s National Spatial Strategy and Northern Ireland‟s Regional Development Strategy. Both documents encourage the development of complementary roles for urban ...
Divided City: the Geography of Post-Celtic Tiger Limerick
(Cork University Press, 2011)
Delineating Functional Territories on the Island of Ireland : An Initial Scoping.
(International Centre for Local and Regional Development., 2010)
Urban specialisation complementarity and spatial development strategies on the island of Ireland.
(Institute of Public Administration, 2013)
Complementarity is one of the key concepts underlying the spatial development strategies introduced on the island of Ireland a decade ago. While neither Northern Ireland’s Regional Development Strategy nor Ireland’s ...
Research Capacity Building for Development: Resources for Higher Education Institutions.
(TSO Ireland., 2010)
Research Capacity Building for Development may be defined as the planned improvement of the capacity and competency of the Higher Education sector to conduct research that contributes to the alleviation of poverty. The ...
Community and parish in contemporary Ireland: the challenge of rapid social change
(Columba Press, 2010)