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Bank Buildings, Belfast: 1 Year On.

Posted on: 29th August 2019

One year on from the blaze at the historic Bank Buildings, Belfast, Ulster Architectural Heritage is pleased to see ongoing progress towards its conservation and restoration.

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Getting Ready for EHOD 2019!

Posted on: 22nd August 2019

Find out about the openers across Belfast and Northern Ireland

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UAH Responds to Belfast’s Draft Cultural Strategy.

Posted on: 10th July 2019

UAH response to Belfast City Council Consultation on Draft Cultural Strategy 2020-2030.

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Attack the Block: Belfast City Council vs the City’s Heritage buildings.

Posted on: 8th July 2019

‘Attack the Block’ is a movie title…horror fiction…. but in Belfast there was no fiction, but plenty of public horror, when the demolition contractors attacked the last historic Belfast brick warehouses on the City’s Kent Street/Union Street block, in a not unfamiliar weekend demolition.

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UAH and IGS Summer School: FREE Student Scholarships!

Posted on: 4th June 2019

Conservation Without Frontiers: Living Towns and Villages in Cavan and Fermanagh. DEADLINE EXTENDED closes Monday 10th June!

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Conservation Without Frontiers: Fermanagh & Cavan. Full Programme Announced!

Posted on: 17th April 2019

UAH and IGS are pleased to announce the full Summer School programme for 20th-22nd June 2019!

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Ulster Architectural Heritage Launches Latest Volume: ‘Buildings of South County Down’

Posted on: 8th April 2019

Ulster Architectural Heritage (UAH) has an unrivalled reputation for publishing beautiful, high quality illustrated books celebrating and promoting Ulster’s historic built environment, and we are delighted to announce our latest title: Buildings of South County Down compiled by historian Philip Smith with photographs by Alan Turkington.

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Heritage Angel Awards NI 2019. Now Open for Entries!

Posted on: 5th April 2019

The 2019 Heritage Angel Awards NI were afforded a double launch this week. The first was held in the historic The Palace Demesne, Armagh, followed by the Belfast Launch in the UAH offices in the Old Museum Building at College Square North.

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UAH Looks Back on 2018!

Posted on: 5th April 2019

On Tuesday 2nd April 2019, Ulster Architectural Heritage hosted the Annual General Meeting at Old Museum Building, Belfast. As part of the event we looked back at the organisation's achievements in 2018.

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Ulster Architectural Heritage- Notice of Annual General Meeting 2019

Posted on: 4th March 2019

The AGM of Ulster Architectural Heritage will take place on Tuesday 2nd April at the Old Museum Building, Belfast from 7pm.

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Launch of Heritage Angel Awards 2019

Posted on: 27th February 2019

Ulster Architectural Heritage is pleased to announce Heritage Angel Awards will be launched on Tuesday 2nd April 2019, in Armagh and Belfast.

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*EXTENDED* Invitation to Tender: Lead Consultant, Old Museum Building: Back to Life Project.

Posted on: 27th January 2019

Invitation to Tender. The Ulster Architectural Heritage, (UAH) and Belfast Natural History & Philosophical Society (BNHPS) invite applications to tender for the delivery of lead consultancy services for Stage 1 of the Old Museum: Back to Life project. The deadline for submission of tender response has been extended from Friday 25th January at 5pm to Monday 4th February at 12 noon.

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