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          • St Patrick's Street: Victoria Hotel to Newsom's Teahouse
          • St Patrick’s Street westwards, with horse-drawn & tram vehicles
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            • Ashgrove, Queenstown
            • Ashton Court, Youghal
            • Ballyclough, Kilworth
            • Ballygiblin, Mallow
            • Ballyhalwick House, Dunmanway
            • Barrymore
            • Beechmount, Carrigrohane
            • Beechmount, Cork
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            • Carrigmanus House, Goleen
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            • Castle Hyde, Fermoy
            • Castle Kevin, Mallow
            • Charleville Park
            • Clondulane, Fermoy
            • Clonmeen, Banteer
            • Coolgrena, Rushbrooke
            • Coolgrena House, Rushbrooke
            • Cooliney, Charleville
            • Coolmore House, Carrigaline
            • Creagh Castle, Doneraile
            • Crobeg, Doneraile
            • Crosshaven House
            • Cuskinny, Queenstown
            • Doneraile Court
            • Drishane
            • Dunkettle, Glanmire
            • Dunsland, Glanmire
            • Elm Park, Farran
            • Flax Fort, Little Island
            • Frankfort, Montenotte
            • Garretstown, Kinsale
            • Glanmore, Charleville
            • Glencurragh, Skibbereen
            • Glenmervyn, Glanmire
            • Heathburn Hall, Riverstick
            • Hoddersfield, Crosshaven
            • Kilbolane castle, Charleville
            • Kilbrogan House, bandon
            • Landscape, Doneraile
            • Leamlara House, Carrigtwohill
            • Lisnagree, Charleville
            • Lohort Castle, Mallow
            • Longueville, Mallow
            • Lota Lodge, Glanmire
            • Lota Park, Glanmire
            • Marino, Queenstown
            • Mitchelstown Castle
            • Mitchelstown Rectory
            • Mount Desert Cork
            • Newmarket Court
            • Oakgrove, Coachford
            • Perryville, Kinsale
            • Prohurst, Charleville
            • Rathdene, Cork
            • Redgarth, Cork
            • The Red House, Mallow
            • Richmond, Fermoy
            • Rockenham, Passage West
            • Rochestown Wood
            • Rocklodge, Carrigrohane
            • Rockrohan House, Carrigrohane
            • Springfort hall, Mallow
            • Springville, Kanturk
            • Thornbury, Rochestown
            • Trabolgan, Aghada
            • Wallstown Castle, Castletownroche
            • Westfield, Aghadown
            • Westropp, Innishannon
            • Woodfort, Mallow
            • Woodville, Glanmire
          • Hodges: Cork county
        • Miscellaneous Photos, circa 1900

‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌Cork City Council is obliged under The Planning and Development Acts 2000 - 2015  to consult the general public, local interest groups, stakeholders and children (including groups or associations representing the interests of children) on a range of issues relating to the future planning and development of the city. Opportunities to make written observations are advertised / invited by way of statutory public notices in locally circulating print newspapers.

Public Consultations


Cork City Council is preparing statutory Local Area Plans (LAPs) for the Cork City Docks and Tivoli Docks. The Council made the commitment to prepare LAPS for these Key Development Areas in the Cork City Development Plan 2015 - 2021. The City Docks LAP will replace the South Docks Local Area Plan 2008 and the expired North Docks Local Area Plan 2005. The Tivoli Docks LAP will be a new plan.

In June 2017 the City Council undertook a pre-plan consultation exercise including stakeholder and technical workshops on how the areas should be redeveloped. Please click below on the links to the issues papers that informed the exercise and the links to the consultation reports.

Cork City Docks LAP Pre Plan Consultation Report

Tivoli Docks LAP Pre Plan Consultation Report

Photoreport Docklands Workshop

Cork City Docks Issues Paper

Tivoli Docks Issues Paper

Cork City Docks Issues Paper and Tivoli Docks Issues Paper can also be viewed at the following:



Notice of Variation No. 4 (St. John's Well) of the Cork City Development Plan 2015 - 2021

At the Ordinary Council Meeting of 27th November 2017, the Members of Cork City Council voted to make Variation No.4 (St. John’s Well) of the Cork City Development Plan 2015 - 2021.

The Variation is a ‘site specific objective’ to the Cork City Development Plan, namely, “To provide social housing on the City Council owned site at the junction of St. John’s Well/ Gearney’s Boreen,” in order to facilitate development.

The proposed variation is considered to be consistent with theRebuilding Ireland Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness, in particular the objective, “to accelerate the provision and delivery of social housing and to utilise vacant homes and sites” and as such accords with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area.

Copies of the variation may be inspected at all City libraries and the following locations.

City Hall, Anglesea Street

10.00am - 4.00pm Mon - Fri

Central Library, Grand Parade

10.00am - 5.30 pm Mon - Sat

Please click on the link below to view the variation no. 4. 

Variation No. 4 (St. Johns Well)‌‌

AA Screening Variation No 4 St Johns Well‌

SEA Screening Variation No 4 St Johns Well‌

Public Advert Variation No. 4 (St. Johns Well)


Variation No 3 (Vacant Sites)

Variation No. 2 (Social Housing under Part V)

Variation No. 1 (St. Anthony's Park, Hollyhill)




Grants and Living City Initiative

Grant schemes are run by the Strategic Planning and Economic Development Directorate (often in partnership with Government Departments / Agencies) to contribute to the regeneration and enhancement of Cork’s built heritage and City Centre.

On Tuesday 5th of May 2015, Cork City Council announced details of the Living City Initiative for Cork City being run by its Strategic Planning and Economic Development Directorate.

Click on link below for information on Cork City Council's current grant schemes and on the Living City Initiative.

Grant Schemes and Tax Incentives in Cork City








In order to ensure that development in Cork City is both orderly and of a high standard part of the role of the Planning Directorate is to make sure that development has the necessary permissions under the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended) and the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 (as amended). Unauthorised development relates to developments and/or uses that are in breach of the planning laws. The role of ensuring that all development has the necessary permissions is also known as Planning Enforcement.

A development is unauthorised when :-

  • Planning permission is required and has not been obtained.
  • Planning permission was granted but the development is not being carried out in accordance with the plans lodged or conditions of the planning permission granted.
  • The development It does not comply with all the conditions and limitations to qualify a development as exempt.

More information about Planning Enforcement, how to make a complaint against an unauthorised development and forms is available.

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