By UAHS, 2008. PDF, 136pp.
The Buildings at Risk Northern Ireland project was first established in 1993 in order to identify and record historically important buildings which appear to be threatened. This is the eighth Buildings at Risk catalogue to have been published in this format (as well as a round-up edition in 2000: SOS Buildings at Risk: Some Options & Solutions). In February 2004, Minister of the Environment, Angela Smith, launched the first online register of Buildings at Risk Northern Ireland which can be accessed via the following websites: www.ehsni.gov.uk and www.ulsterarchitecturalheritage.co.uk.
The buildings illustrated in this catalogue have been selected because of their historical or architectural value and are, in the view of the Society, at risk for a wide range of reasons. The primary aims of the Buildings at Risk Northern Ireland project are to highlight the vulnerability of our historic buildings and to act as a catalyst for their restoration and reuse. These aims are achieved through heightening public awareness of historic buildings at risk, providing help and advice for existing owners who may wish to undertake a scheme of restoration and assisting potential restoring purchasers who are looking for suitable properties.
Please note: This is not a current catalogue, and buildings featured may no longer be at risk or may have been demolished. This is a PDF download, not a hard copy.