Architect / Specialist in Urban Design & Regional Planning / Conservation Architect
Cormac is a Graduate of UCD School of Architecture and holds a Master of Philosophy Degree in Urban Design and Regional Planning from Edinburgh University.
Cormac is a Member of the Irish Planning Institute, the Institute of Historic Building Conservation and the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland.
Cormac’s special interests as an Architect/Planner are on longer term projects involving Masterplanning, Urban Design, Mixed-Use Development, Development in Architectural Conservation Areas and development affecting Protected Structures.
Cormac is also developing our service to Local Authorities and Statutory Agencies in Planning, Local Area Plans and aspects of Development Plan Reviews. He has been a member of Kilkenny County Councils Strategic Policy Committee on Infrastructure, Transportation and Water Services.
Cormac is a Conservation architect ( RIAI G2) with extensive conservation experience in a range of historic premises and conservation areas
Personal Assistant: Margaret Hanlon
In former public service with Kilkenny County Council, Dundee City Council and Irish ‘APSO’:
Cormac provides assistance to colleagues in the practice where projects have special Planning, Masterplanning or Urban Design considerations and coordinates Bord Pleanala submissions on behalf of our clients.
Collaboration with other Firms and External Referrals from Colleagues
Cormac accepts referrals from Colleague Architectural, Engineering & Surveying Firms, Law Firms and others in relation to his areas of expertise. Examples include: