The Gaol, designed by Sir Charles Lanyon in 1842, is of significant architectural and historical importance and was one of the earliest gaols anywhere in the British Isles built on the radial cellular plan. The Grade A listed gatehouse and administration building were sensitively conserved to accommodate a Gaol Shop, museum, reception, offices and conference centre.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
RICS Project of the Year: Winner RICS Community Benefit: Winner RICS Building Conservation: Highly Commended
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