The Irish Georgian Society’s Conservation Grants Programme, supported by its Irish Georgian Society London and US Chapters, provides financial assistance for conservation works to structures of significant architectural merit. A total of €50,000 is available with structures of all periods eligible but with priority given to older buildings on the basis of rarity and potential fragility relating to age.


Eligibility of Buildings

  • Protected structures and recorded monuments. Unprotected structures will only be considered where it is demonstrated that the structure is of architectural and historical interest and hitherto has been overlooked by local authorities and the NIAH.
  • Structures of national and international importance will be given priority over buildings of regional importance.
  • Generally, unprotected structures within an ACA will be given a low priority.
  • Structures of all periods are eligible but priority will be given to older buildings on the basis of rarity and potential fragility relating to age.


Application procedure

There are three phases in the selection of projects for grant support:

Phase 1: A call for expressions of interest to individuals or groups undertaking or planning to undertake conservation projects.

Phase 2: Following a review process of submitted projects, a shortlisted selection will be invited to submit a more comprehensive application.

Phase 3: A further review process will select projects to be supported through the IGS grants scheme.



Phase 1: Expressions of interest to be submitted by Friday 23rd February with applicants notified of outcomes in early March. Applications to be submitted by email only to:


Phase 2: Shortlisted projects may be asked for additional information to be submitted by the Friday 23rd March.


Phase 3: Allocation of grants to be determined in early May.