NI Heritage Delivers - Publications


August 25, 2021

Embracing the challenge, seizing the opportunity: a pivotal moment for action...

Embracing the challenge, seizing the opportunity: a pivotal moment for action in NI culture, heritage and tourism This paper – from the Cultural Heritage & Tourism Leadership Group – is a briefing note and call to action for enhanced collaboration across central and local government authorities and agencies. It sets out the challenge to the sectors from the pandemic, the resilience and readiness to respond – and critically how culture, heritage and tourism can contribute to the new Programme for Government outcomes.
November 12, 2020

Archaeology 2030: A Strategic Approach for Northern Ireland

History resonates in Northern Ireland. Our connection with the past is both strong and fluid, and our understanding of it is based on the landscapes around us today, and the historic sites and environments from different periods in the past...
September 4, 2020

Treasure the Past. Enrich the Future.

We are a product of our history. The hill forts, cairns, and passage tombs of prehistory; the ruins of ancient monasteries and early churches; the farm houses and low stone walls built into the landscape; the functional red brick terraces and mills; the Georgian spires and Victorian edifices presiding over our towns. Each tells a part of our story.
September 4, 2020

NI Heritage Statistics as recorded on 31 March 2019

The NI Heritage Statistics document was recorded on 31 March 2019 and sets out how Northern Ireland’s historic environment contributes to our prosperity, progress and personality. It demonstrates, with reference to case studies, that our heritage has a wide, positive impact across many aspects of our society, economy and environment. It’s published by the Department for Communities on behalf of an alliance of heritage organisations.