Buildings at Risk Survey
The Buildings at Risk Register is an unfunded project by An Taisce – the National Trust for Ireland supported and maintained by its voluntary members. The Buildings at Risk Register was put in place in response to a concern at the growing number of structures that are vacant and falling into a state of disrepair. The Register provides information on structures of architectural, historical, archaeological, artistic, cultural, scientific, social or technical interest throughout the country that are considered to be at risk.

It may be the case that you know of a structure at risk before An Taisce is made aware of it. An Taisce requires the input of individuals and local communities to contribute information to keep the Register as up to date as possible. It is up to you to gather information on a structure at risk in your own community. The data collected is crucial in identifying, encouraging and proactively pursuing the restoration and re-use of individual structures at risk. The information also supports more strategic and area based initiatives where levels of risk are concentrated, where problems can be identified and flagged, priorities set and recommendations made for action. If you wish to let us know about a structure at risk, take a photograph and get in contact.
1) Can you name the structure in question? *
Please include any known names for the structures including colloquial names, formal names, nicknames, etc.
2) Where exactly is the structure? *
Please provide, where known, specific townland names, building number, etc to help us properly identify the building.
3) Do you know of any uses for the structure? *
Please include, where known, uses for the structures including past and current.
4) Why you consider the structure to be at risk? *
Please tick all which apply.
5) What future uses would you like to see the structure used for? *
Please tick all which apply.
Additional Information
6) Do you have any more information you wish to provide on the structure?
7) Can you provide information on the owner of the structure?
Please provide a name and address, if known, for the owner.
National Inventory
The Register is correlated with the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, which provides more detail on the architectural merits of a certain building.
8) Can you identify the structure via the National Inventory? *
Please use the website to try identify the structure.
9) If yes, can you provide a reference or link to the entry of the National Inventory?
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