These Include projects that consist of derelict properties beyond preservation in their present state. They would be large scale projects commanding substantial time and financial commitments.

Merchants Quay: Developed the Bridge Street corner into an amenity site.
Limerick Memorial: Complete restoration in two phases.
St. Munchin’s Graveyard: Clean up and repaired headstones.
Finbanker Cannon: Restored and placed outside King John’s Castle.
The Potato Market: Developed for civic use.
St. Munchin’s (C. of I.) Church: Restored for civic and cultural use.
The Bishops’ Palace: Complete restoration of the building.
St. Michael’s Graveyard: Restored as a public park.
Irishtown City Wall: Johnsgate section, phase 1 – restored the full length of the existing wall and landscaped its environs.
The Crescent: Restored Georgian features and floodlit the buildings.
Georgian House: Complete restoration of No 2 Pery Square .
Demi Culverin Cannon: Cleaned and mounted on a new carriage – now in situ at King John’s Castle.
The Coach Houses at the rear of No. 2 Pery Square: Restoration of these derelict outhouses.

St. John’s Church (C. of I.): Complete restoration of this disused church.
St. John’s Churchyard Wall: Restoration of the stone boundary wall. First of three stages are completed.
The Unthank Crypt: A full restoration of this important Monument.
Catherine Hayes: Full restoration of the Grave and Sarcophagus in Kensal Green Cemetery, London.
People’s Park: Restoration of two Victorian pavilions in the People’s Park.
O’Brien’s Park: Restoration of the vandalised Victorian Pavilions.
Killeely Cemetery: Phase 1 – remove all wild vegetation and survey the burial ground.
The Richard Russel Memorial Fountain: The full restoration of this unique feature, reinstating all missing details.