Heritage Half Term. Bake A Building ~ The Big Building Bake Off.Posted on: 26th October 2018
A baking challenge like no other! Join UAH for Heritage Half Term at St. George's Market on Monday 29th October 2018. See the built heritage bakes at Bake A Building ~ The Big Building Bake Off, stalls, entertainment for all.
Bank Buildings Conservation Gets Planning ApprovalPosted on: 26th October 2018
UAH welcomes and supports Belfast City Council’s decision to grant approval for listed building consent for the conservation-led works to Bank Buildings, Belfast.
UAH Success in Reversing Flawed Planning Decision.Posted on: 25th October 2018
The High Court ruling raises questions over awareness of local & central government departments with regard to the value of our built heritage, & adequate application of policy for its protection.
UAH Challenges Conservation Area Demolition Approval.Posted on: 3rd October 2018
On the 2nd of October 2018 the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society issued Judicial Review proceedings against Belfast City Council to challenge the lawfulness of their decision, at a Planning Committee meeting, granting permission to demolish buildings situated on Upper Queen Street and Wellington Street in Belfast.
Northern Ireland’s 2018 Heritage Angel Awards Shortlist Announced!Posted on: 28th September 2018
Public vote now open!
Belfast’s Bank Buildings: Ten days on and still no plan.Posted on: 6th September 2018
Ten days after the Bank Buildings fire it appears that there is still no plan, either to address the plight of traders, or to assure the future of the B1 listed building.
Blaze at Historic Builder’s Yard, Another Bulldozed Building.Posted on: 26th June 2018
On the night of Sunday 24th June, fire broke out in an historic building at 163 Ormeau Road. Part of the property known locally as the Old Builders Yard, the 130 year building was formerly the headquarters of renowned Belfast construction firm H&J Martin, one of Northern Ireland’s oldest construction companies. Meanwhile the decimation of the architectural character of Ulster continues unchecked.
Launch of ‘Built Heritage – How can we help you?’ survey!Posted on: 13th June 2018
An opportunity for you to raise your concerns about the historic environment- Are you an interested individual, owner, custodian or member of a community group? Are you caring for or seeking to rescue an historic building. Tell us how we can help you!