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Povall Worthington Architects

Belfast Architect Practice – Design Studio Northern Ireland

Povall Worthington Architects – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Povall Worthington, alphabetical:

Forge Shopping Centre Redevelopment, Parkhead, Glasgow, Scotland
Date built: 2008
Forge Shopping Centre Glasgow
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Forge Shopping Centre

Limerick dockland masterplan project, Republic of Ireland
Feasibility completed: 2006
Limerick Dockland
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Limerick Dockland
Mixed uses proposed include: leisure, apartments, hotel, conference, retail, office and open public space, for Client Belfast Office Properties.

Nepsziget, Budapest masterplan project, Hungary
Feasibility completed: 2006
Nepsziget Budapest
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Nepsziget Budapest

Savoy Centre, Glasgow, Scotland
Date: 2009-
Savoy Centre Glasgow
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Savoy Centre Glasgow

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Location:Belfast, Northern Ireland ‘

Povall Worthington – Practice Information

Povall Worthington architects office based in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Timeline for this Belfast architects office:

1970s – 1990s: architecture practice established in Liverpool. Expansion with further offices throughout UK.

1990: architecture practice established in Northern Ireland;

1993: the design practice acquires local architecture office

1995: Northern Ireland practice becomes independent from UK practice. UK practice acquired by others.

2003: architecture firm in Northern Ireland registered as Limited Company;

2005: Relocation to new offices in Belfast;

2008: Associated offices in Dublin & Cork, Republic of Ireland

2009: Liverpool office opens (100 metres from original office in 1970’s)

Irish Architects

News for this Belfast architects office – in June 2015 :

Martins Bank Building Water Street to become an iconic 5* “Martins Hotel”

Castlewood Property Management, the owners of the iconic Martins Bank Building in Water street, has applied to Liverpool City Council for Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent to convert the entire building to a luxury 5* hotel. Castlewood had previously obtained consent in 2011 and 2014 to convert approximately 65% of the building to an hotel. Martins Bank, which had roots in Liverpool to 1563, opened Martins Bank Building in 1932 as its headquarters and the Banking Hall closed as a branch of Barclays in 2007.

Northern Irish Buildings
Giant’s Causeway Building
photo : Marie-Louise Halpenny

Irish Buildings

Belfast Architecture
The Boat Belfast
photo : Chris Hill Photographic

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