ENNISCRONE PUBLIC REALM
Following a public tendering competition Dorman Architects with their partners NOJI Architects in Sligo were appointed in June 2020 for the project.
The new public realm will not only shape the way the town looks, it will have a profound impact on how and where people meet, walk, exercise, play, discover and interact with nature. It will play a key role in bringing people together, promoting social interaction and creating a healthier, more liveable town.
The proposal for the public realm project involves:
The conservation of Enniscrone’s most iconic building, the Victorian era Cliff Bath House, the replacement of the Pavilion Building in the Hollows with a modern landmark building and the provision of a significant public realm intervention with regard to the public footpaths and promenade which link these two key sites. The project is now at the Public Consultation stage prior to the planning application by the Enniscrone and District Community Council.