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Old Museum Building: The Way Ahead!

The Old Museum Building is a grade A listed building that is on the Heritage At Risk Register. It is proposed to restore and regenerate the Old Museum Building, former ‘Belfast Museum’, bringing it back to life as a home for built heritage and history through an arrangement between BNHPS, UAH and partners. The current outline proposals for the building include provision of a full time centre for built heritage and history (UAH), flexible spaces x approximately 40 and 80 seated capacity for events/exhibitions/adhoc rental and long term let to another, preferably like-minded environment/heritage partner organisation or, instead commercial use. Deadline: Midnight Friday 27th August.

Old Museum Building: The Way Ahead

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If you answered yes. How would might your local community, history or heritage group like to use the building?
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