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The North Belfast Heritage Cluster is a group of fourteen non-profit Listed Building owners on the Donegall Street, Clifton Street and Crumlin Road axis. These streets represent one of the few ways into North Belfast.
The discussion will introduce the current Heritage Fund project and its work, and look especially at the urban issues of remaking junctions and healing severance. Critical to all this work has been to develop walking and cycling routes for North Belfast to connect to the rest of the city. The project looks at wider themes of health, wellbeing and how communities of interest can stimulate positive transition.
- Paula Reynolds Chair (organisation TBC)
- Prof Alastair Adair Ulster University
- Mark Hackett Architect, Ashton Community Trust
- Nicola Waddington MAG member / architect (Ministerial Advisory Group – MAG)
- Community member from North Belfast Heritage Cluster
One Small Step, One Giant Leap for our Community
As part of the Communities in Transition (CIT) Health & Wellbeing programme, Ashton Community Trust, in partnership with Lighthouse and YeHa are delighted to host a virtual North Belfast Health Summit to explore the work of community initiatives currently being delivered across the North Belfast area.
This event will bring together panels of experts in a series of webinars to outline developments in CIT projects and help understand their positive impact in North Belfast and beyond.
- Health and Wellbeing
- Capacity Building
- Urban Regeneration
- Community Safety
We invite local residents and those who are actively engaged at a grassroots level to sign up and participate in any or all of our live event sessions.