Titanic Quarter is one of Europe's largest waterfront regeneration developments and is the single largest regeneration scheme in Northern Ireland's history.
Around 185 acres of former shipyard lands, on the fringe of Belfast city centre, are being transformed into a new mixed use maritime quarter with a mile of water frontage and a range of investment opportunities.
The site is centred upon former shipbuilding land from which vessels such as the RMS Titanic, Olympic and SS Canberra were launched - some of most innovative and complex engineering projects ever undertaken.
There are three main elements of this project:
- Titanic Belfast - a world-class visitor attraction based on Titanic and Belfast shipbuilding and maritime history.
- Titanic Signature project - the wider scheme in which Titanic Belfast sits, including development of surrounding Titanic-related landmarks, including:
- Titanic and Olympic slipways
- Thompson Dry Dock
- Titanic's Dock and Pump-House
- Harland and Wolff's former headquarters and drawing offices
- SS Nomadic
- Hamilton Dock
- Titanic Quarter Development - the long term regeneration of the overall area which will cost £7 billion and take until the 2030s to complete.
Access to Titanic Quarter
Titanic Quarter is closer than you think. Situated at the edge of the city centre, it's easily accessed by foot, bus, car and train.
Additionally, there is a cycle and walking route connecting the Comber Greenway with the wider National Cycle Network via Titanic Quarter.
The route includes the reopened Fraser Street and new crossings at:
- King's Road
- Beersbridge Road
- Dee Street
- Sydenham Road.