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There’s a lot of built heritage out there. We want to help you find the bits local to you.

The Record of Protected Structures
Every 5 years Fingal County Council prepares a Record of Protected structures. This list identifies buildings and structures (earthworks, etc) which are of importance to the county's history and must be preserved.

What is a protected structure?
A protected structure is a structure or part of a structure deemed of special architectural, artistic, historical, archaeological, cultural, scientific, social or technical interest

What types of structure might I find?
Fingal is a county steeped in a wealth of architectural and archeological heritage spanning significant periods of history. There are so many features of historical note from the earliest remains of cairns to medieval churches to mortello towers to the beginnings of commercial air travel in Ireland.


Use the map to navigate to a place near you or simply search for a location.

Search for protected structures near you.

Find protected structures within 5KM of a given location.