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.
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.
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.
New Your Architecture, Your Heritage workshops for the Autumn!Posted on: 28th August 2016
Following the success of the first phase of UAHS "Your Architecture, Your Heritage" Programme, we are pleased to launch the following new workshops.
Ewart’s Warehouse, Belfast. Concerns Remain Following Approval.Posted on: 11th August 2016
The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, (UAHS) is deeply concerned by the decision by Belfast City Council to approve planning permission for Ewart’s Warehouse, 17 Bedford Street, Belfast.
Unenforced Neglect Threatens Holywood Listed Building.Posted on: 22nd July 2016
UAHS is disappointed to hear of yesterday’s collapse of one section of 1 Stewart’s Place Holywood.
Have Your Say! Consultation on Conservation of Churches.Posted on: 2nd June 2016
The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society supports plans by the Historic Environment Unit to remove Section 85 (8) planning exemptions for listed churches and ecclesiastical buildings. We agree that the exemption is not protecting our ecclesiastical heritage and support the recommendation that it should be removed.