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Latest news from The Belfast School of Architecture and the Built Environment at Ulster University.

Ulster University research indicates house price stability as NI market re-emerges from ‘lockdown’

Reports from Ulster University have indicated that house prices within Northern Ireland are starting to stabilise after 'lockdown'

18 August 2020

Ulster University launches free online courses for workers affected by COVID-19

The online courses will upskill and retrain people whose jobs have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

6 July 2020

Ulster University research indicates a continuation of improving market pricing

The latest Quarterly House Price Index report indicates a confident market with continued annual and quarterly price increases

24 February 2020

Ulster University takes the lead on hydrogen safety training for first responders in Europe

The project which will develop and implement a “train the trainer” programme in hydrogen safety for first responders throughout Europe

22 January 2020

Ulster University research indicates optimistic housing market in NI

Ulster University research indicates optimistic housing market in NI

12 November 2019

Ulster University researchers explore the potential of electric vehicles

Ulster University researchers explore the potential of electric vehicles

6 November 2019

Ulster University research indicates subdued housing market in NI

Ulster University research indicates subdued housing market in NI

2 September 2019

Northern Ireland housing market remains robust amid Brexit uncertainty

Northern Ireland housing market remains robust amid Brexit uncertainty

26 June 2019

Belfast office market continues to outpace UK and European counterparts despite Brexit uncertainty

Belfast office market continues to outpace UK and European counterparts despite Brexit uncertainty

1 May 2019

Northern Ireland housing market remains resilient despite political and economic uncertainty

Northern Ireland housing market remains resilient despite political and economic uncertainty

7 February 2019

Ulster University research project changing lives in Sub-Sahara Africa

Ulster University has developed an off-grid energy access project in Botswana, which has the potential to transform standards of living for people in Sub-Sahara Africa.

17 December 2018

Northern Ireland housing market slows but remains sustainable

Northern Ireland housing market slows but remains sustainable

6 November 2018

Northern Ireland housing market continues to perform strongly

Northern Ireland housing market continues to perform strongly

8 August 2018

Honorary Graduate: Dr Alan Livingston CBE

Dr Alan Livingston CBE

5 July 2018

Ulster University hosts Three Minute Thesis competition

Ulster University hosts Three Minute Thesis competition

8 June 2018

Northern Ireland housing market records modest yet sustainable growth levels

Northern Ireland housing market records modest yet sustainable growth levels

19 February 2018