Built Heritage at Risk Northern Ireland (BHARNI)


BAR logo.jpgBuilt Heritage at Risk Northern Ireland (B.H.A.R.N.I)

A comprehensive online Built Heritage at Risk Northern Ireland Register (BHARNI) has been compiled in partnership with the Department for Communities, (DfC), formerly DoE.

The Register highlights almost 500 buildings and monuments of architectural and historic interest whose future seems threatened and may be suitable for restoration and repair. Many structures featured in the past have subsequently found new owners or uses, while negotiations are ongoing in other cases.

The project aims to heighten public awareness of built heritage ‘at risk’; provide help and advice for existing owners who may wish to engage upon a suitable scheme of repair; and offer assistance to potential new restoring owners who are looking for properties for sale.  A list of properties currently for sale is available here.

Click here for: Built Heritage at Risk Register



UAHS Flickr page 

A range of photographs on a majority of the structures that feature on the Built Heritage at Risk Register can be viewed on the UAHS Flickr page.

UAHS on flickr


ONLINE fifth edition of the UAHS Directory of Traditional Building Skills

Online Skills Directory (June 2014)

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Under the Built Heritage at Risk section of our website you will also find information on Best practice success stories, funding advice, Meanwhile Uses and much more.  Search the sections below for more details. 

Further information on associated organisations and questions can be found on our FAQ's and Links pages.

Contact UAHS
The Old Museum Building
7 College Square North

T 028 9055 0213   
E info@uahs.org.uk

Supported by

Heritage Lottery Fund Historic Environment Fund

NI Charity Commission No: NIC101510

Company Reg No. NI 35582