New Life for churches in Ireland: Good practice in Conservation and Reuse


Edited by Paul Harron

In this publication the Ulster Historic Churches Trust provides examples of best practice in the reuse of redundant and underused places of worship in Ireland. Also included are schemes for the conversion of churches for domestic, cultural, commercial and community use.

The book is beautifully illustrated with architectural drawings and photographs.



1 in stock



Dimensions: 21cm x 30cm x 1.5cm

Published by: Ulster Historic Churches Trust 2012

Format: Softback

Front cover: View of Tattykeeran church and extension, Co. Fermanagh

The book examines many case studies all over Ireland. Those detailed in Northern Ireland are:

  • Duncairn Presbyterian Church, Belfast, architect W J Barre and additions by Young & MacKenzie.
  • Elmwood Presbyterian Church, Belfast, architect John Corry
  • Tattykeeran, Co. Fermanagh, Nathan Armstrong

Work in Progress:

  • Portaferry Presbyterian Church, architect John Millar
  • Duncairn Complex, Belfast, W J Barre
  • Carlisle Memorial Church, Belfast, architect W H Lynn
  • Chapel of the Resurrection, Belfast, architects Lanyon, Lynn & Lanyon
  • St Werburgh’s, Dublin, Thomas Burgh


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “New Life for churches in Ireland: Good practice in Conservation and Reuse”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *