PHELAN DOYLE provides experience, expertise and excellence in the conservation of period properties.

We are one of only two registered conservation practices accredited with the Irish Georgian Society. Working with protected structures requires a unique set of specialist skills and knowledge. All members of the design team must be experienced in conservation and restoration work methodology and best practice.

Moreover, the team must be sympathetic and respectful to the unique elements and character of these special buildings.

PHELAN DOYLE understands how these buildings are constructed and the specialist trades involved in their restoration allowing us to provide timely and accurate cost advice to our Clients and ensure costs are controlled and managed from the budget stage through to the final account.

To discuss your property, contact us and we will be delighted to meet with you.

A sample of protected structure projects we have worked on:

18-21 Mount Street, D.4 (2008)

St. Marys Church, Lucan (2007)

Haughton House, Dublin Zoo, D1 (2008)

Castletown House, Co. Kildare (2002)

Straffan House; K-Club (2002)

21 Elgin Road, D.4 (2013)

21 Waterloo Road, D.4 (2009)

Woodside, Shrewsbury Road, D.4 (2013)

13 Ailesbury Road, D.4 (2012)

7 Ailesbury Road, D.4 (2013)

33 Ailesbury Road, D.4 (2011)

6 Clyde Road, D.4 (2013)

Newberry House & Stud, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare (2013)

Woodburn, Sydney Avenue, Blackrock, Co. Dublin (2012)

55 Montpelier Hill, D.1 (2011)

2 Sorrento Terrace, Killiney, County Dublin (2014)

Kilgobbin House, Adare, County Limerick (2008)