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October 28 @ 14:00 - 15:00

Queen’s Lanyon Building – Stone, brick & window repair project

The University is investing £5.5m in the conservation of its foundation college, known as the Lanyon Building after its architect, the Victorian polymath Sir Charles Lanyon.

It is the public face of the University and receives many visitors every year supplementing the hundreds of students and staff that move through the central entrance hall on a daily basis.

The conservation works will take nearly two years to complete and consist of repairs to stonework, brickwork, windows and rainwater goods.

Details

Date : October 28
Time : 14:00 - 15:00
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Venue

Address : Lanyon Building University Road
Belfast, BT7 1NN United Kingdom

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Tour : Booking essential; hard hat tour
Meeting Point : Ground floor entrance of Black and White Hall
Accessibility : Restricted access. This is a í_í_í_hard hat' tour predominantly at height on scaffolding. Suitable footwear and clothing is required. Hard hats will be supplied.
Architect : Original - Charles LanyonCurrent - Consarc Design Group