Ulster University Belfast Campus
12th March: 5.00pm – 7.00pm

The building of the Ulster University campus, redevelopment in the inner-city and plans for a motorway interchange will radically change the face of North Belfast in the next decade.

This workshop and walk will consider how best to protect and enhance the urban landscape and quality of life for communities in North Belfast and consider what steps are necessary to deliver this.

This will be an interactive workshop exploring the dramatic potential to change inner North Belfast, including the impact on the public realm and quality of life. Depending on the weather conditions, we will:

  • Consider the potential for change by examining the proposals using a 3-D model of the affected area
  • Get a view of the potential for development around the University through a visit to the new BB block on the Belfast campus
  • Take a walk to Clifton Street to consider some of the challenges for local residents, planners and architects
  • Offer an opportunity for discussion and reflection

Organised by Ulster University.

date & time

date & time

Monday 12th March
5.00pm–7.00pm
venue

venue

UU Belfast Campus, York St., BT15 1ED
admission

admission

This event is free: register below

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Image: William Murphy (CC BY-SA 2.0)