Urban North Belfast webinar series


The three sessions below are part of a series being organised as part of the North Belfast Health Summit and will be of interest to architects. Booking is online via Eventbrite or by contacting Abbie Henderson at a.henderson@morrowcommunications.com

Session schedule and brief descriptions:

Tuesday 2nd March 2pm-4pm – Reconnecting North Belfast to the river          

The webinar introduces the alternative urban solution evolved for North Belfast and the road interchange. Introduced and chaired by architect Mark Hackett

Tony Fretton – architect

Terri McKeown – Sailortown Regeneration

Mary Black – CBE – Public Health professional

Michael McGarry – architect Professor QUB

Ken Sterrett – retired QUB planner

Wednesday 3rd March 11am-1pm – Great Places North Belfast

Fourteen non profit Listed Building owners have formed the North Belfast Heritage Cluster. 

Introducing the Heritage Fund project and the urban issues of remaking urban space and healing road severance. Introduced and chaired by Paula Reynolds, CEO Belfast Charitable Society

Duncan Morrow – Director of Community Engagement Ulster University 

Nicola Waddington – Ministerial Advisory Group MAG

Mark Hackett – architect consultant Great Places

Wednesday 3rd March 2pm-4pm – North Belfast Garden Grid

A co designed solution for the large number of problematic and wasted sites in North Belfast. The strategy links the sites into a ‘grid’ under a social enterprise plant nursery. Introduced and chaired by architect Mark Hackett

Jürgen Patzak-Poor – architect Berlin

Aoife Houlihan Wiberg – Professor Ulster UU Zero Carbon expert (drop in 3pm)

You can book any of all of the webinars via Eventbrite here.