Transforming Belfast: 6 expert views on improving the liability of our great city

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk


Golden was invited to participate in an event organised by Queen's University Belfast in partnership with activist blogger Slugger O'Toole, as part of an expert panel to present and discuss views on Belfast to address questions of: How do we attract people to live in the city centre? How do we make Belfast an attractive city for tourists and investment? How do we make the city more livable for its residents?. The panel comprised:

Professor Greg Keeffe, Professor of Architecture QUB, The Future City
Professor Geraint Ellis, Professor of Planning QUB, Health and the City
Professor Hugh Ellis, Head of Policy, Town and Country Planning Association, Democracy and Space
Mark Hackett, Architect City Reparo, Communities and the City
Dr Saul Golden, Lecturer in Architecture UU, Business and the City
Dr Agustina Martire, lecturer in Architecture at QUB
Period1 Dec 2016
Event titleSlugger Sessions on Transforming Belfast: A partnership between Slugger O'Toole and Queen's University Belfast
Event typeSeminar
LocationBelfast, Northern IrelandShow on map
Degree of RecognitionRegional


  • architecture
  • urban research
  • business
  • regneration
  • engagement
  • Belfast
  • placemaking