Lower Shankill: Townscape Design Study

Clare Mulholland (Other), Jim Mulholland (Designer)

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The Lower Shankill is identified as being heavily impacted by deprivation and disinvestment but also an area that has the potential to become strategically relevant given the advancement of other large scale physical regeneration projects. The project is in collaboration with QCAP and the Queen’s University Belfast Public Engagement department. The project is to ‘re-imagine’ what might be possible but also feasible in terms of physical regeneration across the vacant sites, particularly on those nested in the Lower Shankill area. Clare Mulholland from Architecture and the School of Natural and Built Environment was integral to coordinating the creation of the fund, developing the design brief and design proposal development. Working in the context of this design brief, TODD Architects were appointed to complete a place-based townscape analysis and presented a visual demonstration of their findings over a series of 3 workshops with BUILD members in Spring 2023.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jan 2024

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