More Demolition Proposed for North Belfast.Posted on: 30th November 2015
Victorian warehouses, 76-88 Union Street; the ‘Sunflower Bar’, formerly Avenue Bar, 1895, 65 Union Street; Victorian Warehouses at 15 Stephen Street, c.1900; 97-101 formerly McCann’s Fruiter’s, and adjacent buildings, North Street c.1900; Hugh O’Kane & Co, 114-18 Donegall Street, 1865.
Report released on Protection of Built Heritage in NI.Posted on: 9th November 2015
A report released today by Detail Data looks into care for historic buildings in Northern Ireland.
UAHS supports proposals to list WWII hangars in Derry.Posted on: 6th November 2015
UAHS supports proposals put to Derry & Strabane District Council for listing of WII hangers.
UAHS celebrates launch of latest publication: Central Belfast, 2nd Edition.Posted on: 30th October 2015
On Friday 23rd October Marcus Patton's Central Belfast-An Historical Gazetteer, 2nd Edition was launched at the Ulster Hall by Suzanne Wylie, Chief Executive of Belfast City Council.
UAHS condemns the demolition of Art Deco Buildings in Belfast.Posted on: 20th October 2015
The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society acknowledges with regret the demolition of the Metropole building, York Street over the weekend of 17-18th October, and the anticipated demolition of the adjacent Orpheus building.
UAHS calls for a heritage led future for Bank of Ireland, Belfast.Posted on: 16th October 2015
The former Bank of Ireland on Royal Avenue was designed by J.V. Downes of McDonnell & Dixon of Dublin between 1928 and 30.
UAHS and Hearth at European Heritage Open Days 2015!Posted on: 10th August 2015
UAHS and Hearth are soon to reveal Riddel's Warehouse as part of EHOD 2015!