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November 15, 2009

EWA to Design Irish Heritage Centre in Manchester

International architectural practice EWA will design the new Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester after obtaining planning permission from Manchester City Council. The £7m centre is part of an extensive 25-acre regeneration programme and is expected to replace the existing Irish Ce

By cms admin

International architectural practice EWA will design the new Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester after obtaining planning permission from Manchester City Council.

The £7m centre is part of an extensive 25-acre regeneration programme and is expected to replace the existing Irish Centre in Cheetham Hill.

The scheme features construction of a hotel, gym, recreation space and 23,000m² of commercial space.

The structure will be made out of traditional stone and timber panelling, and resembles an Irish ring fort featuring walled enclosures to create public space in the centre.

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