|Annadale Haywood Residents Association Ltd
The Annadale Haywood Residents Association are constructing a new community building that will serve to house and facilitate a wide range of activities and programmes.
|Atlas Women's Centre
The group intend to use their Space & Place grant to allow them to develop internal and external space to enhance their service provision for centre users
|£349,070||Lisburn and Castlereagh||More|
|Benburb and District Community Association
With their Space & Place grant, the group will develop a walking trail, fitness pods, social hubs, a Grow Wild area and fencing around an existing sports pitch.
|Boho Community Association
Boho Community Association will use their funding to develop a safe, accessible outdoor space for a range of sectors within the community.
|£300,000||Fermanagh and Omagh||More|
Burren Vision are seeking to completely rebuild their existing youth club, which is approaching 40 years old, and to create a facility that can deliver a range of activities for the entire community and its neighbouring towns.
|£346,008||Newry, Mourne and Down||More|
|Cashel Community Association
The project will upgrade and extend the existing Community Centre
|£337,551||Fermanagh and Omagh||More|
|Corran Community Association
With the grant support from the Space and Place Programme, the group will be able to initially demolish the current building and construct a new community centre that still retains some of the character of the old hall.
|£349,000||Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon||More|
|Derry City & Strabane District Council
The project will see the development of a new park on the site of the old Faughan Valley School and seeks to reclaim and transform the existing derelict space for the benefit of local communities.
|£1,000,000||Derry and Strabane||More|
The Space & Place grant will enable Destined to develop a North West Learning Disability Centre on the site of the Foyle Valley Railway Museum providing a centralised resource for the whole community.
|£997,000||Derry and Strabane||More|
|Eire Og An Charraig Mhor Hurling and Camogie Club
The funding will develop a multi-use community facility on the site of a previously contested space within the village.
|£309,170||Fermanagh and Omagh||More|
|Eoghain Rua Kilcoo GAC
This project will lead to the development of a new-build community centre for the village within the grounds of the local GAC.
|£349,791||Newry, Mourne and Down||More|
|First Steps Women’s Centre
Their project aims to renovate and expand their current premises.
|Friends of Glenariffe
The project will see the development of a Community and Recreation Centre for the village on the grounds of Oisins GAC.
|£350,000||Causeway Coast and Glens||More|
|Helping Hands Autism Support Group
Delivered by the Community Foundation, the Space & Place grant received by the group will transform a previously derelict Health Trust building into a dedicated Autism Resource Centre.
|£350,000||Lisburn and Castlereagh||More|
|Irish Street Community & Youth Association
This project will see the reimaging of a derelict, underused and inaccessible space into a fully functional, accessible and inclusive outdoor community green space
|£187,549||Derry and Strabane||More|
|Killylea Silver Band
The project will see the regeneration of the 19th Century Old School Hall, which is currently derelict, and will include the provision of one hall, with meeting and training rooms.
|£339,573||Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon||More|
|Little Rascals Community Playgroup
Little Rascals Community Playgroup will replace their current premises with a new multi-functional facility - the Little Rascals Nurturing Families Centre.
|£340,000||Derry and Strabane||More|
|Loughmacrory Community Development Association
The project will see the construction of a 225m² extension to their existing “Loughview Centre”
|£350,000||Fermanagh and Omagh||More|
|Michael Davitts GAC
The development will take place on a current derelict and overgrown site that is the location for considerable anti-social behaviour including; criminal damage, theft, substance abuse and illegal bonfires.
|Newry Street Unite
With their Space & Place funding, the group will construct a new building and play park which means their programme of activities can run all year round, regardless of the weather.
|£349,000||Newry, Mourne and Down||More|
|North Fermanagh Ulster Scots Association
The proposals include the demolition of an existing extension to their building, the refurbishment of the existing structure along with the construction of a new hall and connecting block that accommodates the proposed new main entrance and sanitary facilities.
|£349,036||Fermanagh and Omagh||More|
|O’Neills GFC An Portmor
O'Neills GFC An Portmor will be replacing their currently club facilities, creating a centre for the entire community to benefit from.
|£350,000||Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon||More|
|Scraghey & District Community Development Association
The Scraghey & District Community Development Association are refurbishing and extending a recently closed primary school - allowing it to be used for a wide range of community activities.
|£349,000||Fermanagh and Omagh||More|
|Seagoe Football Club
To create a ‘community hub’ and a safe, neutral environment for local people of all ages, from all walks of life and all backgrounds to participate in community activity.
|£349,521||Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon||More|
|Springfield Charitable Association
The project will see the reconfiguration of a local building recently purchased by the group to provide a Day Resource Centre for older people
|St John's Parish Church, Middletown
St John's Parish Church, Middletown are constructing a multi-purpose hall which will act as a community centre for the residents of the local area - both sides of the border.
|£300,000||Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon||More|
|Strabane Community Project Ltd.
Strabane Community Project Ltd will purchase and renovate a house in the centre of Strabane which will act as their new base as well as a meeting place and a resource for the community.
|£317,000||Derry and Strabane||More|
|The Brain Injury Foundation
The Brain Injury Foundation purchased and renovated a property which will provide a permanent, dedicated centre of excellence for brain injury survivors, their carers and family members.
|£350,000||Newry, Mourne and Down||More|
|The Ederney Trust in partnership with Kesh Development Association
The Ederney Trust in partnership with Kesh Development Association will create a new park located between sites at Ederney and Kesh villages.
|£1,000,000||Fermanagh and Omagh||More|
|The Resurgam Community Development Trust
With their Space & Place funding they will renovate buildings at 28-30 Bridge Street, Lisburn. The project is called ‘The Welcome House’ and is comprised of two distinct elements including: 5 x single let apartments for individuals in accommodation stress and 1 x multifunctional community & social economy space to be leased to the Welcome Project.
|£350,000||Lisburn and Castlereagh||More|