UAH PUBLISHES: THE PLIGHT OF THE BIG HOUSE IN NORTHERN IRELANDPosted on: 19th January 2021
by J.A.K. Dean
by J.A.K. Dean
Applications now open. Closing Monday 7th December at 12 noon.
Churches and chapels in Northern Ireland have until 5 October 2020 to apply for grants to carry out essential maintenance or urgent repair work in the first round of funding from the National Churches Trust’s new Treasure Ireland project.
A further slide into Council sponsored anonymity for Belfast.
Join UAH and Belfast City Council for the launch of FREE online tours of Belfast City Centre, 12th & 13th September 2020 for #EHODNI 2020
Ulster Architectural Heritage is delighted to announce support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of for an exciting new 3 year project, Hands-On Heritage.
Following last night’s latest arson attack on Belfast’s historic Crumlin Road Courthouse, Ulster Architectural Heritage is calling for Stormont to issue a Compulsory Purchase Order in order to return the building to State Care. Sign & Share the petition.
For now, the Ulster Architectural Heritage events programme is on hold. Affected events will be re-programmed in the future. In the meantime, we are bringing the buildings from our events to you by way of our 'Virtual Events' initiative. #UAHEvents
Ulster Architectural Heritage has compiled a list of sources of information for the heritage sector, and those interested in heritage in Northern Ireland in relation to Coronavirus Covid-19.
Ulster Architectural Heritage is monitoring the coronavirus situation closely, and we would like to provide you with an update. Nothing is more important to us than the health and wellbeing of our members, supporters, colleagues and our staff.
Are you the person to help lead delivery of the 'Heritage At Risk Northern Ireland' project? We are pleased to announce a unique opportunity to join the UAH team. Funded by, and in partnership with the Department for Communities, Historic Environment Division. Find out more. Apply now!
No Sewage or Mains Water Connection? If Belfast Planning Committee Councillors are prepared to ignore fundamentals, what do they care about the impact of this development on Belfast’s Built Heritage?
Update on Pre-Determination hearing for Cathedral Quarter Development...