The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society exists to promote the appreciation and enjoyment of architecture from the prehistoric to the present in the nine counties of Ulster, and to encourage its preservation and conservation.
The Society is unique among Northern Ireland’s NGOs in working to preserve the history and beauty of our historic buildings.
Although primarily concerned with the conservation of historic buildings, our interests range from the prehistoric to the contemporary. We are concerned that Ulster should have modern buildings of quality that will become the listed buildings of the future.
Over the last 40 years the UAHS has established itself as a fearless campaigner for buildings of merit, a generous resource of information on local architecture, and a fair and helpful source of advice on conservation respected well beyond the nine counties of Ulster which are its constituency.