Architectural Conservation Area Queries

The designated Architectural Conservation Area (ACA) aims to identify an area of special character and architectural interest and to preserve that special character.

The goal is to provide a framework that will permit a degree of flexibility in terms of design consistent with the maintenance and improvement of the essential character of the ACA.

To fulfil this objective all new development in each ACA should be implemented and carried out in accordance with the policies/objectives outlined for each of Dublin's 24 ACAs in the documents below.

Belmont Avenue-Mount Eden Road & Environs ACA adopted 02/02/2015 & extension was adopted 11/01/2016
Capel Street & Environs ACA adopted 5/1/2009
Chapelizod & Environs ACA adopted 7/12/2009
Collier's Avenue ACA adopted 12/5/2014
Crumlin Village ACA adopted 3/11/2014
Dartmouth Square & Environs ACA adopted 4/2/2008
DeCourcy Square-Prospect Square & Environs ACA adopted 26/2/2007
Elmpark Avenue and Elmwood Avenue ACA adopted 7/7/2014
Fitzwilliam Square & Environs ACA adopted 7/12/2009
Grafton Street and Environs ACA adopted 3/7/2006
Great Western Square & Environs ACA adopted 05/10/2015
Haddon Road - Victoria Road ACA adopted 12/06/2017
Hollybrook Road ACA adopted 12/06/2017
Marino Casino ACA adopted 11/5/2009
Mountjoy Square ACA adopted 14/5/2012
North Great George’s Street ACA Adopted 12/01/21
O'Connell Street ACA adopted 9/7/2001
O'Connell Street ACA Map
Phibsborough Centre ACA adopted 05/11/2015
Ranelagh Avenue ACA adopted 7/7/2014
Sandymount Village & Environs ACA adopted 2/9/2013
South City Retail Quarter ACA Adopted adopted 5/3/2007
Temple Place ACA adopted 10/6/2013
Thomas Street & Environs ACA adopted 7/9/2009
Westmoreland Park ACA adopted 5/11/2012
Contact Details

Conservation Section