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 Header Item Written Answers Nos. 769-782
 Header Item Turf Cutting Compensation Scheme Eligibility
 Header Item Waterways Ireland Expenditure
 Header Item Waterways Ireland Data
 Header Item Burial Grounds
 Header Item Built Heritage Investment Scheme
 Header Item Ministerial Advisers Data
 Header Item Appointments to State Boards
 Header Item Departmental Staff Data
 Header Item Seirbhísí Farantóireachta
 Header Item Forbairt na nOileán
 Header Item Scéim na mBóithre Áise
 Header Item Scéim na mBóithre Áise
 Header Item Film Industry
 Header Item Public Relations Contracts Expenditure

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 979 No. 2

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Written Answers Nos. 769-782

Turf Cutting Compensation Scheme Eligibility

 769. Deputy Jackie Cahill Information on Jackie Cahill Zoom on Jackie Cahill asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan if the entitlement of a person (details supplied) under the cessation of turf cutting compensation scheme can be reviewed; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [6280/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan An application for compensation under the cessation of turf cutting compensation scheme has been received by my Department from the individual referred to in the Deputy’s Question. With respect to 36 raised bog natural heritage area sites, the qualifying criteria for the scheme are that:

  - The applicant must have had a legal interest (ownership or a turbary right (right to cut turf)) in one of these sites on 25 May 2010 and must have had the right to cut and remove turf from the property on that date;

  - The applicant must have been cutting turf on the land in question during the relevant five year period up to 14 January 2014;

  - The turf resource on the site has not been exhausted; and

- No turf cutting or associated activity is ongoing on the property.  

  The applicant was paid for Year 1 of the scheme (2014) in September 2014. I am advised that an inspection of the plot of bog in respect of which the applicant has applied for compensation is scheduled to be undertaken shortly. My Department will be in a position to further process the application when this inspection has been completed.

Waterways Ireland Expenditure

 770. Deputy Brian Stanley Information on Brian Stanley Zoom on Brian Stanley asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan the funding spent by Waterways Ireland on canal clearing ensuring navigation is retained effectively each year for the past five years; and the parts of the canal navigation system on which it was spent. [6320/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan The funding spent by Waterways Ireland on canal clearing ensuring navigation is retained effectively each year for the past five years; and the parts of the canal navigation system on which it was spent is shown in the Table below:

Navigation 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Grand Total
Barrow Navigation €14,508 €11,572 €33,495 €24,893 €155,357 €239,825
Grand Barrow Navigation €135,206 €162,541 €84,957 €181,344 €144,339 €708,387
Grand Rural Navigation €137,002 €201,009 €180,280 €251,438 €249,722 €1,019,451
Grand Urban Navigation €153,323 €189,398 €142,248 €128,781 €139,968 €753,718
Royal Rural Navigation €195,463 €133,223 €141,086 €211,167 €194,621 €875,560
Royal Urban Navigation €125,603 €84,221 €70,317 €59,687 €61,633 €401,461
Grand Total €761,105 €781,964 €652,383 €857,310 €945,640 €3,998,402

Waterways Ireland Data

 771. Deputy Brian Stanley Information on Brian Stanley Zoom on Brian Stanley asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan the number of times Waterways Ireland conducted clearing in the Grand Canal through County Offaly to ensure open navigation per annum in the past five years. [6321/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan Waterways Ireland is the custodian of approximately 1,000 km of navigation located throughout the island of Ireland including the Grand Canal.

   One of Waterways Ireland’s strategic objectives is to develop, implement and monitor a planned and effective infrastructure and maintenance works programme.

  Waterways Ireland has continued to prioritise the repair/replacement of critical assets through its Capital works programme.

   A key part of this programme is the delivery of a planned programme of navigation channel maintenance which includes dredging, removal of obstructing overhead trees, weed control, bank protection and access maintenance.

  Waterways Ireland has conducted on-going clearing as part of this programme, which includes dredging and weed cutting, in the Grand Canal through County Offaly, over the past five years, to ensure open navigation.

Burial Grounds

 772. Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh Information on Aengus Ó Snodaigh Zoom on Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan if she will engage with the HSE to provide conservation-led improvements to a burial ground (details supplied), carry out a study of its historic importance and ascertain the persons buried there. [6517/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan My Department has received no communication from the HSE in relation to this matter.

I am not the owner of the burial ground and my Department is not, therefore, responsible for its ongoing care and maintenance. The Department's National Monuments Service would, however, be happy to provide advice and guidance, if requested, in relation to works such as those envisaged by the Deputy. Dublin City Council's Heritage Office might also be of assistance in that regard.

The burial ground is included in the Record of Monuments and Places maintained by the Department under the National Monuments Acts and is accordingly entitled to the protections of those Acts. This includes a requirement to give my Department two months advance notice of any works that might affect it.

My Department also provides financial support for the protection of heritage buildings and historic structures through grant schemes which are generally administered by the local authorities.

The Built Heritage Investment Scheme (BHIS) is a scheme for the repair and conservation of structures on the local authority Record of Protected Structures. It is designed to leverage private capital for investment in small scale conservation projects across the country and to support the employment of skilled conservation professionals, tradespersons and craftsmen and women.

The Historic Structures Fund (HSF) (formerly the Structures at Risk Fund) is for conservation and enhancement to heritage structures, in both private and public ownership, for the benefit of communities and the public.

In November 2018, I announced a total of €4.3 million in funding for the BHIS and HSF for 2019. Full details of both of the schemes are available on my Department’s and on local authority websites.

Built Heritage Investment Scheme

 773. Deputy Paul Kehoe Information on Paul Kehoe Zoom on Paul Kehoe asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan the assistance available to a church (details supplied); and if she will make a statement on the matter. [6518/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan My Department provides financial support for the protection of heritage buildings and historic structures through grant schemes which are generally administered by the local authorities.

  The Built Heritage Investment Scheme (BHIS) is a scheme for the repair and conservation of structures on the local authority Record of Protected Structures. It is designed to leverage private capital for investment in small scale conservation projects across the country and to support the employment of skilled conservation professionals, tradespersons and craftsmen and women.

  The Historic Structures Fund (HSF) (formerly the Structures at Risk Fund) is for conservation and enhancement to heritage structures, in both private and public ownership, for the benefit of communities and the public.

  In November 2018, I announced a total of €4.3 million in funding for the BHIS and HSF for 2019. Both schemes were open for applications from 28 November to 31 January and applications will be assessed with successful applicants being notified in due course.

  While the closing date for the 2019 schemes has now passed, my Department will remain in contact with local authorities throughout the year to ensure the best possible use of funding, including by reallocating funds when, for example, projects do not go ahead.

  Full details of both of the schemes are available on my Department’s website and on each local authority’s website.

  In the context of a particular historic structure, the best advice for owners is to contact the local authority who will be able to advise on the various types of funding available to assist with the project. It should be borne in mind that any works at or in the vicinity of a national monument will require Ministerial Consent under Section 14 of the National Monuments Act 1930.

  The Heritage Council, which my Department funds, also provides grants for the protection and preservation of our architectural heritage. It is primarily a matter for the Heritage Council to decide how its funding should be allocated across the range of research, education and conservation programmes it supports. Details are published by the Heritage Council on its website www.heritagecouncil.ie.

Ministerial Advisers Data

 774. Deputy Mattie McGrath Information on Mattie McGrath Zoom on Mattie McGrath asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan the number of advisers and special advisers employed by her Department in 2017 and 2018 and to date in 2019; the areas of expertise covered by such advisers; the annual salaries associated with same; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [6567/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan Since my appointment as Minister on the 30 November 2017, and as provided for by the Public Service Management Act 1997, I have appointed two special advisers. My media adviser was appointed with effect from the 8 January 2018 and my policy adviser with effect from the 15 March 2018.   

  My predecessor Minister Heather Humphreys, appointed a policy and a media adviser with effect from the 14 June 2017. One special adviser subsequently left and another was appointed with effect from 18 September 2017.

  All special advisers are paid at the relevant Principal Officer (Standard scale) rate in accordance with the standard arrangements put in place by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.

  In addition, all of the above appointments are made in accordance with the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform's Instructions to Personnel Officers – Ministerial Appointments for the 32nd Dáil, which is available on the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform's website.

Appointments to State Boards

 775. Deputy Barry Cowen Information on Barry Cowen Zoom on Barry Cowen asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan the number of boards or agencies her officials have been appointed to; if there are guidelines or protocols for members of staff being appointed to boards or agencies; if so, when same were last updated; and if she will make a statement on the matter.  [6642/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan I have been advised that, following the introduction of the Guidelines on Appointments to State Boards by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform in November 2014, there have been no Departmental officials appointed to State boards or agencies under the remit of the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.

The current Director of the National Archives of Ireland is on the Board of the Irish Manuscript Commission, however this is an ex-officio position associated with the role of Director of the National Archives rather than a Departmental appointment.

Departmental Staff Data

 776. Deputy Thomas P. Broughan Information on Thomas P. Broughan Zoom on Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan the number of district conservation officers, wildlife inspectors, conservation rangers and ecologists recruited by her Department in each of the years 2016 to 2018 and to date in 2019, in tabular form; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [6778/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan I am advised that the number of staff recruited in the grades requested by the Deputy are set out in the table below:

Year Numbers Recruited
2016 No recruitment to these grades.
2017 12 Conservation Rangers . No recruitment to other mentioned grades.
2018 1 Head of Ecological Assessment.

5 Wildlife Inspectors/Ecologists.
2019 to date No recruitment to these grades to-date but further recruitment planned during 2019.

Seirbhísí Farantóireachta

 777. D'fhiafraigh Deputy Pearse Doherty Information on Pearse Doherty Zoom on Pearse Doherty den Aire Cultúir, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan cén stádas atá ag an gconradh le haghaidh seirbhís farantóireachta gasta, atá le riaradh idir Toraigh agus an tír mór; cén dáta a rachaidh an conradh reatha in éag; cathain a bhronnfar conradh úr; an dtig léi sonraí a thabhairt faoin chonradh seo, mar shampla cén dáta a thosóidh an tseirbhís nua seo; agus an ndéanfaidh sí ráiteas ina thaobh. [6918/19]

Minister of State at the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Seán Kyne): Information on Seán Kyne Zoom on Seán Kyne Tá comhaontú idir mo Roinn agus Comharchumann Thoraí Teoranta faoina maoiníonn mo Roinn seirbhís sealadach farantóireachta gasta idir Thoraigh agus an mórthír. Beidh an socrú sin i bhfeidhm ar a laghad go dtí 30 Aibreán 2019. Idir an dá linn, reáchtálfaidh mo Roinn comórtas úr tairisceana d'fhonn conradh dhá bhliain don tseirbhís seo a thosódh ar 1 Bealtaine 2019, a aontú.

Forbairt na nOileán

 778. D'fhiafraigh Deputy Pat The Cope Gallagher Information on Pat the Cope Gallagher Zoom on Pat the Cope Gallagher den Aire Cultúir, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan an bhfuil sé i gceist aici maoiniú a sholáthar d’oileáin Dhún na nGall le haghaidh bóithre poiblí ar na hoileáin éagsúla; an ndeimhneoidh sí go bhfuil leithroinnt leagtha amach i mbuiséad na Roinne i mbliana dó sin, agus an mbeidh leithroinnt bhreise ar fáil do na hoileáin i mbuiséad na bliana seo; agus an ndéanfaidh sí ráiteas ina thaobh. [6919/19]

Minister of State at the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Seán Kyne): Information on Seán Kyne Zoom on Seán Kyne Tá an cheist maidir le Clár Mionoibreacha 2019 do na hOileáin á scrúdú ag oifigigh mo Roinne faoi láthair i gcomthéacs an tsoláthair airgid atá ar fáil le caitheamh ar thograí oileánda i mbliana agus na n-éileamh éagsúla ar an soláthar sin.   

Scéim na mBóithre Áise

 779. D'fhiafraigh Deputy Pat The Cope Gallagher Information on Pat the Cope Gallagher Zoom on Pat the Cope Gallagher den Aire Cultúir, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan cad iad na pleananna atá aici chun Scéim na mBóithre Áise a chur ar bun athuair, chun freastal ar thithe agus bóithre feirme i gceantair Ghaeltachta ar fud na tíre (sonraí tugtha); agus an ndéanfaidh sí ráiteas ina thaobh. [6920/19]

Minister of State at the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Seán Kyne): Information on Seán Kyne Zoom on Seán Kyne Faoi Scéim na mBóithre Áise de chuid mo Roinne, chuirtí airgead ar fáil do na húdaráis áitiúla ar mhaithe le obair dheisiúcháin a dhéanamh ar bhóithre beaga faoi leith sa Ghaeltacht.

Le go mbeadh bóthar cáilithe chun críche na scéime, ba ghá roinnt coinníollacha faoi leith a bheith comhlíonta, ina measc; gur bóthar é nach raibh faoi chúram an údaráis áitiúil ábhartha agus gur bóthar é a bhí ag freastal ar theach amháin ar a laghad móide gabháltas talún nach le húinéir an tí é. Bhí sé mar choinníoll faoi leith chomh maith nach raibh aon gheata transna an bhóthair a thabharfadh le tuiscint don saol fodhlach go raibh cosc orthu an bóthar a úsáid. Mar is eol don Teachta tá an scéim ar fionraí le tamall de bhlianta anois.

Tuigtear go gcuimsítear feabhas ar bhóithre den chineál atá luaite anois faoi Scéim Feabhsúcháin Áitiúil atá faoi stiúir na Roinne Forbartha Tuaithe agus Pobail.

Scéim na mBóithre Áise

 780. D'fhiafraigh Deputy Pat The Cope Gallagher Information on Pat the Cope Gallagher Zoom on Pat the Cope Gallagher den Aire Cultúir, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan cad iad na pleananna atá aici chun scéim deontais bóithre straitéiseacha a chur ar bun sa Ghaeltacht, le slí rochtana a chur ar fáil ar fud na Gaeltachta agus ar fud na tíre, ag cur i gcuntas go bhféadfaí, leis an airgead nár caitheadh sna buiséid éagsúla atá faoina cúram, maoiniú a chinntiú do scéim dá leithéid; cén uair a bhféadfadh a leithéid de scéim a bheith ag feidhmiú; an mbeadh sí sásta dá gcuirfí plean ilbhliantúil ar bun chun déileáil leis an easpa tograí bonneagair i gceantair Ghaeltachta ó cuireadh an scéim ar fionraí sa bhliain 2010; agus an ndéanfaidh sí ráiteas ina thaobh. [6921/19]

Minister of State at the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Seán Kyne): Information on Seán Kyne Zoom on Seán Kyne Mar is eol don Teachta, tá Scéim na mBóithre Straitéiseach faoina mbíodh ciste airgid á chur ar fáil ag mo Roinn do na húdaráis áitiúla ábhartha chun athchóiriú agus uasghrádú a dhéanamh ar bhóithre áirithe sa Ghaeltacht ar fionraí le tamall de bhlianta anuas.

  Is ar na húdaráis áitiúla ábhartha atá an fhreagracht anois maidir le bóithre straitéiseacha sa Ghaeltacht, ach an oiread leis an gcuid eile den tír.

Film Industry

 781. Deputy Mary Lou McDonald Information on Mary Lou McDonald Zoom on Mary Lou McDonald asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan when the film forum will meet; and the stakeholders that will be invited to participate. [6941/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan The Joint Oireachtas Committee on Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht on the Development and Working Conditions in the Irish Film Industry recommended in July that Screen Ireland (formerly the Irish Film Board) constitute a Film Forum, with an independent Chair, in order to allow all stakeholders within the sector to meet and work together to develop mutually beneficial solutions for the industry.

  Screen Ireland has been endeavouring to organise the Forum and had drawn up a list of all stakeholders to invite to the Forum. These include representatives of workers in the industry which include

  - The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU)

  - SIPTU

  - Irish Film Workers Association (IFWA)

  - GMBh Trade Union

  - Screen Guilds of Ireland

  The emergence of disputes between stakeholders have, however, impeded progress on the Forum. I understand that following the transmission of an RTÉ Prime Time programme on the film industry, ICTU and SIPTU stated that they would not attend a Forum to which the IFWA is invited, and that the Screen Guilds of Ireland gave a similar response. Based on the ICTU position, Screen Producers Ireland also indicated that it would not attend.

  My Department will work with the Audiovisual High Level Steering Group to address issues raised in the audiovisual industry, and to support the industry and the people who work in it.

Public Relations Contracts Expenditure

 782. Deputy Catherine Murphy Information on Catherine Murphy Zoom on Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan the amount spent on public relations services in each of the years 1 January 2015 to 1 January 2018 and to date in 2019 in her Department and agencies under her remit by amount, service provider and reason for incurring cost in tabular form. [7142/19]

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Deputy Josepha Madigan): Information on Josepha Madigan Zoom on Josepha Madigan I am advised that the information requested by the Deputy in respect of payments made to public relations companies by my Department and bodies under its aegis during the periods in question, is set out in the tables below.

  Value for money is a critical consideration in assessing whether external firms should be engaged to provide public relations services or any other services. I am also advised that all bodies under the aegis my Department are subject to Public Procurement Guidelines.

  Department Expenditure

Year Company Purpose Cost
2016 Q4 Public Relations Publicity campaign for Irish language employment opportunities in the European Institutions €19,680
2017 Careers Portal Provision of services re Irish language career opportunities on www.careersportal.ie and www.saoloibre.ie €16,101
2018 Nicholas Quaife Culture Ireland GB18 Programme €51,400
2018 BigO Production of video to publicise Irish language recruitment opportunities with EPSO. €6,125
2019 Darcy Marketing and PR Publicity for EPSO recruitment competition 2018 €17,466
   

  As I have previously indicated to the House, the Creative Ireland programme continues to engage in citizen engagement and public awareness to get people involved in cultural and creative activities. A full annualised breakdown of cost incurred in relation to these activities is published on the Creative Ireland website.

  Arts Council
Year Company Purpose Cost
2016 The Communications Clinic General Advice €44,504
2016 Christine Monk 2016 Centenaries €36,755
2017 The Communications Clinic Promoting the arts and the work of the Arts Council €45,100
2018 The Communications Clinic Promoting the arts and the work of the Arts Council €44,496
2019 The Communications Clinic Promoting the arts and the work of the Arts Council €3,690


  Chester Beatty Library
Year Company Purpose Cost
2015 Coyne Communications General communication and PR Services for Chester Beatty Library €25,651
2016 Coyne Communications General communication and PR Services for Chester Beatty Library €24,374
2017 Coyne Communications General communication and PR Services for Chester Beatty Library €24,943
2018 Coyne Communications General communication and PR Services for Chester Beatty Library €24,459


  Crawford Art Gallery
Year Company Purpose Cost
2017 DH Communications Public Relations €5000
2018 DH Communications Public Relations €6000
2019 DH Communications Public Relations €500
   

  An Foras Teanga*

  Foras na Gaeilge
Year Company Purpose Cost
2015 Jamie Cunningham T/A Talente Twitter Communications training for staff €2,270
2017 Lorg Media PR & Digital Marketing consultancy, training and services incl. media production €40,504
2018 Lorg Media PR & Digital Marketing consultancy, training and services incl. media production €15,407
    Ulster Scots Agency  
Year Company   Cost
2015 Audiences NI Training to third parties on various topics inc PR £1,755
2016 Audiences NI Training to third parties on various topics inc PR £1,755
2016 Digital DNA Training to Agency staff on social media and PR £71


  * Note: An Foras Teanga - comprising Foras na Gaeilge and the Ulster Scots Agency While the above figures represent the total expenditure under the funding arrangements pertaining to the bodies under An Foras Teanga, 75% of costs for Foras na Gaeilge and 25% of costs for Ulster-Scots Agency are funded from the Vote of the Department.

   

  Heritage Council
Year Company Purpose Cost
2015 MKC Communications PR Consultation €43,895
2016 MKC Communications PR Consultation €47,008
2017 MKC Communications PR services €26,384
2017 Dairne O'Sullivan & Annette Nugent PR and audience development for National Heritage Week €20,384

2018 DHR Communications

PR and Audience Development for Heritage Week. €5,525

2018 Thinkhouse General Communications and PR for the Heritage Council audience development for National Heritage Week €28,026

2019 Thinkhouse General PR Services for the Heritage Council. Particularly Adopt a Monument: call for participation €4,484
2019 Thinkhouse PR and audience development for National Heritage Week €2,522


  National Concert Hall
Year Company Purpose Cost
2015 WHPR Public Affairs Support €22,550
2016 WHPR Public Affairs Support €1,750
2016 Christine Monk Public Relations Support €6,400
2017 WHPR Public Relations €15,750
2018 WHPR Public Relations €18,858
2018 Dairne O'Sullivan Public Relations €4,000
2018 Drury Communications Public Relations €6,000
2019 Drury Communications Public Relations €6,000
2019 Dairne O'Sullivan Public Relations €4,000


  National Gallery of Ireland
Year Company Purpose Cost
2017 PHT Alternatives Ltd Irish promotion for Caravaggio exhibition, Burton exhibition, reopening of Historic Wings, Vermeer €5,930
2017 Kate Burvill PR UK coverage for Vermeer exhibition, Historic Wings Reopening, Burton exhibition €22,858
2018 DHR Irish promotion for Nolde exhibition, Roderic O'Conor exhibition, Zurich Portrain Prize, Frans Post exhibition, Countess Markievicz exhibition, Canaletto exhibition. Support with European Museum of the Year presentation €31,466
2018 Kate Burvill PR UK coverage for Nolde exhibition & Roderic O Conor exhibition €22,697
2018 Ackavana Consulting Ltd t/a Sync & Swim Reopening of Café, Burton Exhibition €11,980
   

  National Library of Ireland
Year Company Purpose Cost
2015 DHR Communications Public Relations, Communications and Promotion €98,687
2016 DHR Communications Public Relations, Communications and Promotion €97,393
2017 DHR Communications Public Relations, Communications and Promotion €113,067
2018 DHR Communications Public Relations, Communications and Promotion €109,090
2019 DHR Communications Public Relations, Communications and Promotion €9,364
   

  National Museum of Ireland
Year Company Purpose Cost
2017 Q4PR Provision of Corporate PR to NMI Director and Board €34,006
2018 Q4PR Provision of Corporate PR to NMI Director and Board €46,343


  Screen Ireland
Year Company Purpose Cost
2015 Q4PR Advice for high profile media campaign including Oscar nominations for Irish Films. €16,018
2015 Q4PR Advice for high profile media campaign including Oscar nominations for Irish Films. €14,348
2016 PR dept US Publicist to raise awareness of Irish films resulting in 9 Oscar nominations. €18,741
2018 Q4PR Promoting Screen Ireland and Irish Film. €13,591
2018 London Flair PR Promotion of Irish Short Film €2,286


  Údarás na Gaeltachta
Year Company Purpose Cost
2015 Digital Elevation Strategies Ltd Development of a LinkedIn strategy for Údarás €977
2015 Grace Ann McGarvey Publicity Campaign to highlight and attract media coverage to the Donegal Gaeltachta as a place to set up and develop a business €3,448
2016 Grace Ann McGarvey Publicity Campaign to highlight and attract media coverage to the Donegal Gaeltachta as a place to set up and develop a business €6,962
2016 Heneghan PR To develop a strategic Information and publicity plan and campaign €7,000
2018 H&A Marketing & PR Development and launch of An Branda Gaeltachta- Ireland’s Gaeltacht na hÉireann

(Tionscnamh Branda na Gaeltachta)
€8,284


  Waterways
Year Company Purpose Cost
2016 The Communications Clinic Media training €750


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