To keep the area around the Gap of Dunloe and Kate Kearneys clear of horse waste and litter maintenance of overgrowth which will enhance the are for the many thousand visitors that visit the area every year.
Please see link below for 4 free webinars on mainstreaming nature-based solutions in Ireland, organised by Engineers Ireland. This approach is promoted nationally and in the Kerry CDP 2022 and is of relevance to those involved in project delivery, maintenance and assessment.
Seminar Series: Nature-Based Solutions - from theory to application - Catchments.ie - Catchments.ie
Webinar 1: Projects from Concept to Planning Stage – Thursday, 4 May Conor Galvin, Office of Public Works Santry Project | John Stack, Dublin City Council Roscommon, Sean Fitzsimons | Clandillion Civil Consulting DCC Approach to Integreting SUDs into the Landscape | Peter Leonard, Dublin City Council Inchicore | Michael Goss, Uisce Éireann
Webinar 2: Projects at Detailed Design Stage – Thursday, 11 May Finola O’Driscoll, National Transport Authority Carlow- Social housing NBS | Padraig O’Gorman, Carlow County Council N74 TII Bioretention/Raingarden | Alan Costello, Aidan O’Connell, Mott MacDonald Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council | Conor Geraghty, DLRCC
Webinar 3: Projects at Construction Stage – Thursday, 18 May Stephen O’Malley, Civic Engineers Rainscapes | Anthony McCloy, McCloys Consulting Meristem Design | Habib Khan Garth Toolan, Dublin City Council Carlow | Padraig O’Gorman, Carlow County Council
Webinar 4: Maintenance and Lessons Learnt – Thursday, 25 May N4 Collooney to Castelbaldwin | Sean Fitzsimons, Clandillion Civil Consulting Cardiff | Ian Thiterington Isla Jackon, Civic Engineersl