Moore Street Consultative Group

Moore Street 1930

The Moore Street Consultative Group has been set up by the Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs. It membership includes representatives of the 1916 Relatives Association and of the two Moore Street 1916 relatives organisations, the Moore Street Traders Association, Dublin City Councillors nominated by the Lord Mayor as well as Members of Dáil Éireann nominated by the Ceann Comhairle.

The Minister has asked the Consultative Group to provide its view on the best way forward for Moore Street and what can be done to retain its historic character and to reflect the part it played in the events of Easter 1916.

In pursuit of its broad mandate the Group has decided to:

• agree the range of relevant topics needing to be examined
• secure input from official agencies, as required, on matters having a bearing on, or implications for, any proposals being considered by the Group
• secure attendance by other interested parties and relevant experts to assist the Group in its deliberations
• provide an agreed final report with recommendations to the Minster.

Mandate for Consultative Group

List of Members

Minutes22Sept16   Minutes06Oct16 Minutes18Oct16  Minutes22Nov16  Minutes13Dec16  Minutes11Jan17  Minutes25Jan17  Minutes02Feb2017  Minutes15Feb2017 Minutes28Feb17

Submissions    Summary presentations on 7 Dec   Summary presentations on 04 Nov

Independent Architect’s report on 14/17 Moore St

Independent Architect’s photos on 14/17 Moore St

Moore St Inspection 3rd Feb 2017

Moore St Inspection 16th February 2017

Moore St Inspection 2nd March 2017


Contact Us

The Secretary,
Moore St Consultative Group,
Room G50,
Custom house,
Dublin 1.

D01 W6X0

Email: mscg@ahg.gov.ie

Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, 23 Kildare Street, Dublin , D02 TD30. Tel: 01 631 3800 / LoCall: 1890 383 000

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