Current PhD StudentAn analysis of Local Authority planning provision for Event Management in Ireland
This doctoral research examines the level of Local Authority planning for event management in Ireland. It assesses the nationwide provision of planning tools and guidelines in place to manage the diverse social, cultural, environmental and economic impacts generated by events. This will effectively identify and highlight the deviations and gaps found while investigating the provision of planning by Local Authorities. The research will also develop and provide a sustainable planning framework, which meets international best practice, to assess Local Authority planning processes and guidelines for event management.
This will essentially aid in the development of a tool that can assist Local Authorities in planning sustainably for event management. The framework developed for the assessment of Local Authorities may be used in future in the context of a possible longitudinal study.
Maguire, K. and Hanrahan, J. (2013) Sustainable management of festivals and events in Ireland: A Local Authority perspective. Tourism and Hospitality research in Ireland Conference: The college of Tourism and Arts, Galway Mayo Institute of Technology
Maguire, K. and Hanrahan, J. (2014) Local Authority provision for planning events in Ireland. Tourism and Hospitality research in Ireland Conference: Cork Institute of Technology.
Maguire, K. and Hanrahan, J. (2015). Collaborative Sustainable Development in Drive Tourism on the Wild Atlantic Way: A community perspective. Tourism and Hospitality research in Ireland Conference: Letterkenny Institute of Technology.
Maguire, K and Hanrahan, J. (2014). To develop a bottom up approach to facilitate community involvement with the Wild Atlantic Way as a means of securing continued support and stewardship. Fáilte Ireland.
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Dr. James Hanrahan.