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Launch of Heritage Angel Awards NI! Apply or Nominate Now.

Posted on: 22nd June 2017

The Inaugural Launch of the Heritage Angel NI Awards took place this week in Belfast.

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Hilden Mill- Hope for a Heritage Led Future?

Posted on: 24th May 2017

UAHS welcomes the news that Barbour Campbell’s Mill, Hilden has been acquired by a new owner. The Society hopes sale spurs Hilden's long awaited heritage led future.

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Belfast’s Next 15 Years? UAHS Responds to Proposed Plans.

Posted on: 28th April 2017

UAHS responds to the Belfast City Council Preferred Options Paper, for the 2020-35 Local Development Plan.

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UAHS~IGS Summer School-Returns June 2017!

Posted on: 19th April 2017

The UAHS~IGS Summer School returns 7th-10th June 2017. This special event brings together students, experts and enthusiasts to explore, discuss, debate and enjoy issues relating to our shared Irish heritage.

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Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right.

Posted on: 2nd April 2017

As demolition in the area of Upper North Street continues, unabated, this weekend, a deadline approaches for phase one of consultation on plans to remove yet more of Belfast’s built heritage.

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Wiping the Face from Historic Belfast.

Posted on: 14th March 2017

Demolition continued over the weekend 10th-12th March, of the remaining Victorian Warehouses on Belfast’s Kent and Union Streets, despite early warning to Belfast City Council by the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society (UAHS).

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Listed Bank Suffers Damage in Latest North Street Demolition.

Posted on: 22nd February 2017

Following on the loss of three 'nearly listed' buildings on Belfast's North Street, November 2016, further demolition has caused damage to B+ listed, landmark, Art Deco building, former Bank of Ireland, 92-100 Royal Avenue, located on a junction with North Street.

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UAHS Announces Move to Old Museum Building!

Posted on: 15th December 2016

UAHS is on the move! We are delighted to announce that in early January 2017 the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society is moving to the Old Museum building at 7 College Square North, Belfast.

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Listing Survey Years Behind Schedule.

Posted on: 13th December 2016

UAHS Responds to Northern Ireland Audit Office Report.

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Heritage of North Belfast: Nearly Listed, Now Lost.

Posted on: 1st December 2016

The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society is outraged at the demolition of historic buildings at 95-107 North Street, Belfast which took place over the weekend 26th-27th November.

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New UAHS Publication on Young & MacKenzie- A Transformational Provincial Practice 1850-1960.

Posted on: 29th November 2016

A fascinating and colourful new book on a prolific Ulster architectural practice and family dynasty has been published by the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society and launched on 17th November.

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Annual Heritage Angel Awards for Northern Ireland from 2017.

Posted on: 29th November 2016

The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society will be introducing Heritage Angel Awards to Northern Ireland in 2017. The awards will be supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation and the Department for Communities.

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UAHS Invites Members to Upcoming EGM.

Posted on: 27th October 2016

The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society invites Members to our Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) on 23rd November in Belmont Tower, Belfast at 7pm.

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Waterside Station: Back On Track?

Posted on: 12th October 2016

UAHS is delighted that the Infrastructure Minister, Chris Hazzard, has announced that the listed Waterside Station will be the core of a new transport hub for Derry~Londonderry by 2020.

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Red Brick Belfast!

Posted on: 19th September 2016

Exciting new heritage project by Community Arts Partnership. Harnessing the red brick heritage of ‘the Village’ through digital arts and traditional skills.

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