Ireland's Top 10 Most-at-Risk Buildings 2020

10th July 2020

The ‘Top 10 Most-at-Risk Buildings’ list is compiled and updated by An Taisce annually. The Buildings-at-Risk Register was put in place in response to the growing number of structures that are vacant and are falling into a state of disrepair. The assessment of risk is directly associated with the condition of the structure and not the external processes affecting it. The Register does not include national monuments, as set out in the National Monuments Acts, 1930 to 2004.

In no particular order, the ten buildings deemed most at risk in 2020 are:

Hope Castle + Market House, Co. Monaghan Durrow Abbey House, Co. Offaly Ormonde Centre, Co. Kilkenny Ballyrafter Butter Mill, Co. Waterford The House by the Churchyard, Dublin 20 Donaghy’s Mill, Co. Louth Duleek House, Co. Meath The Iveagh Markets, Dublin 8 Carrickglass Demesne, Carrigglass, Co. Longford Templeview House, Co. Sligo

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