Case Studies2022-06-28T15:20:47+00:00

Case Study: Dept. of Housing, Local Gov. and Heritage

Case Study: Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage Planning the development of more homes in Ireland Challenge In its ‘Housing for All’ plan, published in 2021, the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage set an ambitious target for the building of new homes.  To meet the housing needs of Ireland’s growing population, the department needs to increase the number of new homes built each year from around 20,000 [...]

By |May 19th, 2022|

Department of Public Expenditure and Reform

Department of Public Expenditure and Reform Sharing information about Project Ireland 2040, the national strategy for a better Ireland for all Challenge Project Ireland 2040 is Ireland’s long-term strategy for building a better, more resilient and more sustainable country for people to live and work in. It is backed by a ten-year investment of €165 billion under the National Development Plan 2021-30, the largest and greenest plan ever delivered [...]

By |April 19th, 2022|

National Broadband Ireland

National Broadband Ireland Designing and delivering a high speed broadband network for 1.1 million people in rural Ireland Challenge National Broadband Ireland (NBI) is tasked with delivering one of the most ambitious deployments of broadband infrastructure in the world. Within just seven years, it has to design and build a state-of-the-art, full-fibre network for the 1.1 million people in rural Ireland who currently have little or no Internet access. [...]

By |April 19th, 2022|

Case Study: University College Dublin

Allowing everyone to easily evaluate and understand environmental assets and impacts when making development planning decisions Challenge The environment has become a critical consideration in planning for new development in Ireland. Whether organisations are drawing up layouts for new housing estates, planning new road infrastructure or evaluating sites for renewable energy, they must take into account potential impacts on factors such as natural habitats, water quality, soil degradation and air [...]

By |November 11th, 2021|Tags: |

Case Study: Dublin City Council

Enabling Ireland’s policy makers to implement well-informed, evidence-based and effective housing strategies Challenge With its bustling city centre, excellent amenities and varied employment opportunities, Dublin is a very popular place to live. Consequently, there is heavy demand for housing, and rental prices are among the highest in Ireland. Dublin City Council wanted to give public sector bodies better access to accurate, up-to-date data about the housing market, so that policy [...]

By |October 22nd, 2021|

Case Study: Central Statistics Office

Revealing fresh insight into population health, community services and the ecology of Ireland Challenge Ireland’s Central Statistics Office (CSO) had a longstanding relationship with Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi), formed during the administration of Ireland’s national census. There was, however, a growing recognition that the two organisations could collaborate more frequently and support each other on a wider range of initiatives. “We kept bumping into each other on projects,” says Paul [...]

By |October 20th, 2021|