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Carnegie Oldpark – European Heritage Open Days

Saturday 10th September
Carnegie Oldpark Library, 46 Oldpark Road, Belfast BT14 6FR
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Horizon 2020 Information Day & Brokerage Event “Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency & Raw Materials”

Wednesday 14th September
European Commission, Charlemagne building, rue de la Loi 170, Brussels
See website for details

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Environment Ireland – State of Ireland’s environment 2016

Thursday 22nd September
Croke Park, Dublin
See website for details

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NIEL Annual Conference 2016 – Delivering Prosperity Through The Environment

Friday 30th September
Belfast Harbour Commissioner’s Office, Corporation Square, Belfast BT1 3AL
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Asset Transfer

Thursday 23 February 2012

Farset International Centre, Springfield Road, Belfast

‘Asset Transfer’ is the focus of a seminar on 23 February 2012 at 9.45 am in the Farset International Centre, Springfield Road, Belfast.  Asset Transfer is the term used to describe the transfer of a publicly owned building or land to a community or voluntary group for community use and benefit.  There are various ways this can happen and the recent draft Programme for Government contains a commitment to developing a Government policy to support such transfers. 

This seminar will present the findings of a research project undertaken by Dr Brendan Murtagh of Queen’s University which looked at various models, the risks and challenges involved and how successful transfers have been.  Community Places undertook some case studies as part of this research.  The seminar will be of particular interest to community organisations who might want to convert a disused public building or transform a piece of vacant land for their own use.  The seminar is free and there is no need to pre–register. 

Cost   More Details Free
Time   More Details 9.45am
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028 9089 9833
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www.qub.ac.uk