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Latest news from The Belfast School of Architecture and the Built Environment at Ulster University.
The latest Quarterly House Price Index report indicates a market which continues to exhibit increased trading up activity and price acceleration thanks to strong levels of market demand coupled with supply inelasticity.
17 August 2021
Ulster University is now on the countdown to moving into the £363.9million campus, identified as one of the biggest academic capital builds across the UK and Europe
6 July 2021
The latest Quarterly House Price Index report reveals a strengthened housing market, exhibiting sustained demand and ongoing steady price increases despite the pandemic and lockdown periods.
11 May 2021
Today marks the launch of Belfast-THRI(VES), a pilot, practical research project between Ulster University and Belfast City Council (BCC) to support BCC and both the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) and Department for Communities (DfC) to better
10 May 2021
Ulster University and Belfast City Council have come together in a research partnership to make a practical and tangible impact on the climate change emergency.
26 November 2020
The latest Quarterly House Price Index report indicates a resilient residential property market with an increase in demand after the initial lockdown period.
19 November 2020
Reports from Ulster University have indicated that house prices within Northern Ireland are starting to stabilise after 'lockdown'
18 August 2020
The online courses will upskill and retrain people whose jobs have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
6 July 2020
The latest Quarterly House Price Index report indicates a confident market with continued annual and quarterly price increases
24 February 2020
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
12 November 2019
Ulster University researchers explore the potential of electric vehicles
6 November 2019
Ulster University research indicates subdued housing market in NI
2 September 2019
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
1 May 2019
Northern Ireland housing market remains resilient despite political and economic uncertainty
7 February 2019
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
6 November 2018
Northern Ireland housing market continues to perform strongly
8 August 2018
Dr Alan Livingston CBE
5 July 2018
Ulster University hosts Three Minute Thesis competition
8 June 2018
Northern Ireland housing market records modest yet sustainable growth levels
19 February 2018