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  • January 2008 - CHL commences work on a national review of visual artists' workspaces on behalf of the Arts Council; CHL's team includes: Ali Curran, Charlie O'Neill, Sarah Pierce and Ruairí ó Cúiv.

  • January 2008 - "Making it Happen", the Dublin Regional Tourism Plan 2008-2010, which was drafted by CHL, is published.

  • November 2007 - The update of CHL's major study of the competitive position of Irish Tourism is published by ITIC.

  • October 2007 - Irish Farmhouse Holidays seek CHL's assistance in the preparation of a 5-year development and marketing plan for the organisation.

  • September 2007 - CHL are appointed to lead a multi-disciplinary team in the development of plans for major new tourist attraction.

  • August 2007 - The board of Dublin Tourism engage CHL to facilitate the development of a new corporate strategy and action plan for the company.

  • June 2007 - CHL are appointed by Harcourt Developments to investigate the potential for a major new cultural project.

  • May 2007 - Fatima Regeneration Board aprove the implementation plan for Fatima Arts & Cultural Strategy prepared by CHL and Charlie O'Neill.

  • May 2007 - A major application for substantial grant support is submitted to the UK's Big Lottery Fund on behalf of the Titanic Signature Project visitor attraction in Belfast; CHL managed the preparation of this application which involved extensive design and planning work by some 12 leading professional practices from Belfast, Dublin, London, Paris and New York.

  • March 2007 - The Heritage Council approves a new all-island Museum of the Year Award Scheme developed by CHL following extensive research and consultation with stakeholders in the museum sector.

  • February 2007 - Fáilte Ireland launch Ireland's Tourism Product Development Strategy 2007-2013 at Dublin Castle. The strategy drew heavily on an extensive tourism product audit conducted by CHL during 2006.

  • February 2007 - Dublin Docklands Development Authority engages CHL to conduct a strategic planning study of cultural infrastructure for Dublin's docklands; CHL bring in Murray O'Laoire Architects to assist with this.

  • January 2007 - Irish Heritage Trust ask CHL to assess the potential of an historic building on their behalf; CHL are joined by Mitchell & Associates Architects in conducting the assessment.

  • January 2007 - CHL appointed by the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Authority South Africa to develop a tourism growth strategy for the Province.

  • December 2006 - CHL are appointed by Fáilte Ireland to assess the potential for a new national tourism awards scheme.

  • November 2006 - The ESIPP Tourism2006 Investment Forum, of which CHL was a principal organiser, identified as the most successful sectoral partnership meeting to-date.

  • November 2006 - Fáilte Ireland commission CHL to conduct specialist audits of the Family Tourism Product in the South-East, and Food Tourism Product in the Midlands; the output of these audits is now being used to underpin pilot projects in these areas.

  • October 2006 - CHL commence work on a business strategy for the ROS Tapestry, an innovative tourism project involving the creation of a huge, 15-panel tapestry illustrating the Norman history of New Ross.

  • September 2006 - CHL commence work on a plan for heritage trails in County Carlow at the request of Carlow LEADER.

  • August 2006 - The Irish Tour Operators Association commissions CHL to conduct a series of annual surveys of its membership with regard to business levels and international marketing activities.

  • July 2006 - John Sisk & Sons and Park Developments engage CHL to coordinate the development of plans for a proposed new aquarium for Dun Laoghaire Harbour.

  • July 2006 - Dublin Tourism commissions CHL to prepare a tourism product development strategy for Dublin.

  • June 2006 - Preparations for Tourism 2006 at an advanced stage. CHL has been appointed to co-ordinate an investment promotion forum where promoters and entrepreneurs from the South Africa region will present a carefully selected range of new and high-quality business development projects in the Tourism, Hospitality and related sectors to interested European and other international and Southern African businesses.

  • June 2006 - Stephen Quinn, Permanent Secretary for the Northern Ireland Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, launches 'Destination Fermanagh', a new tourism strategy for Co. Fermanagh prepared by CHL with Colin Stutt and GVA Grimley, at Castlehume, Enniskillen

  • March 2006 - Completion of six year technical assistance programme in the Wild Coast, South Africa, which saw the strengthening of the regulatory framework for development and delivery of sustainable community-based tourism enterprises