|Blanchflower Playing Fields
|Development to produce an IFA Premiership standard pitch, 206 seater stand and clubhouse and associated facilities.
||To be confirmed
||£2.37 million currently
|Bloomfield Community Association
| New build community facility
||To be confirmed
||Currently estimated at £618,000
|Redevelopment of a derelict parish hall and creation of a purpose built club and community facility including multi-purpose hall, lecture and training room, meeting room, conference facilities and kitchen. It is proposed that the new facility would be open for a wide range of uses.
||£180,000 Bredagh GAC
|Cancer Lifeline (north Belfast)
||Refurbishment of building to provide a support centre for families of those suffering from cancer.
|Davitts GAC (west Belfast)
||Creation of full size Gaelic pitch, complete with spectator stand, changing rooms, hurling wall, children’s playground and outdoor gym.
||£150,000 from Belfast City Council’s School Pitches Enhancement Fund
£350,000 from Space and Place
|Grace Family Centre (north Belfast)
||Construction of a new resource centre to provide a safe and nurturing place of respite with counselling, childcare, information, training, advice and education opportunities for women and their families.
||£32,695 developmental support from North Belfast Ethical Investment Trust
|Lagan Gateway (south Belfast)
||This project aims to redevelop and reopen the Lagan Gateway weir at Stranmillis. It is part of a wider Lagan Corridor project which aims to reopen the Lagan Canal from Belfast Harbour to Edenderry. As well as contributing to a reduction in potential upstream flood levels between Stranmillis and Lagan Meadows, the scheme will provide an improved public amenity for residents and tourists and may go on to encourage a wide range of sport and recreation activity in the area.
||£1,000,000 from Ulster Garden Villages
£1,950,000 from the Department for Communities
|Lanyon Tunnels (south Belfast)
||A project to open up eight disused tunnels that run below East Bridge Street, connecting Central Station, St George’s Market and Lanyon Place with the Markets area. It is proposed that the tunnels would be used as a unique space for possible commercial development, suitable for retail, light industrial, office and leisure use (subject to planning). Opening the tunnels could also improve mobility and access, and connect the local community to new developments and opportunities being created in the wider Laganside area.
||£1,300,000 from The Executive's Office Social Investment Fund
|Líonra Uladh - Raidió Fáilte
|Construction of a new building for the Irish language community media broadcaster, to include training, recording and archiving facility.
||£460,000 from Department for Communities
£375,000 from CISTE
| Approx. £1,785,000
|St Comgall’s (west Belfast)
||The project aims to physically restore this former school building to its former glory, in keeping with its Grade B1 listed status. The aim is to create an iconic shared, neutral space representing a symbol of a shared future while still acknowledging the shared history of the site and its architectural and historical importance. It is hoped that when complete, the building will be used for a range of purposes, including function rooms, exhibition space, café and genealogy centre.
||£3,500,000 from the NIO’s Social Investment Fund
|Strand Arts Centre (east Belfast)
||Major refurbishment of Northern Ireland’s last remaining art deco cinema. The project will vastly improve accessibility in the arts centre as well as creating flexible spaces for live arts performances, cinema, educational and skills development, heritage tours and a café bar area.
||to be confirmed
|Willowfield Parish Halls (east Belfast)
||Refurbishment of parish halls to provide permanent base for the Willowfield Youth Trust. The trust provides support services for young people in relation to gaining employment, education and health and wellbeing. The facilities are also used by the wider community for a range of activities including parent and toddler groups and community food bank.
||£240,000 from the Department of Education
£325,000 congregation donations