Task and finish group to influence policy and strategy (specifically CAH Strategy) by promoting heritage led placemaking that celebrates the built environment and the stories of our people

To include:

  • Sustainability/Climate Change
  • Tourism
  • Well-being
Working Group members
  • Kerrie Sweeney, Maritime Belfast (Chair)
  • Leah O’Neill, Northern Ireland Environment Link (Secretariat)
  • Neil Galway, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Brian Johnston, Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon District Council
  • Robert Lister, Alastair Coey Architects and Royal Society of Ulster Architects
  • Sarah McNamee, Mid Ulster Council and The Institute of Historic Building Skills
  • Paul Mullan, The Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Jim O’Hagan, Libraries NI
  • Helen Quigley, Inner City Trust and Heritage Trust Network
  • Shane Quinn, Belfast Buildings Trust
  • Stephen Scarth, Public Records Office Northern Ireland
  • Liz Steele, Tourism NI
Key Actions/Objectives
  1. To develop work plans and success measures
  2. Review approaches to placemaking across a range of organisations/jurisdictions,
  3. Identify case studies of best practice
  4. Develop heritage led parameters for placemaking in NI
  5. Influence wider strategies / policies
  6. Identify opportunities to pilot delivery of best practice

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