Hamilton Architects announced that plans had been submitted for a ‘Creative Hub for Enterprise Causeway’ at the old Bushmills Courthouse in June of last year. If you’ve ever patronised Flash in the Pan, Bushmill’s award-winning fish ‘n’ chip shop, you’ll probably have walked past this derelict, old B1 listed Georgian building without a second glance. Unless you happen to be an architecture fanatic like me!
Supported by between €5-7m of Interreg Peace IV funding and additional, match government funding, this nineteenth century Bushmills building, originally used as a Petty Session Court, is to be converted into The Courthouse Shared Space Creative Hub. The mixed use facility will have 13-15 micro-business units, retail space, a cafe, a community garden, event space, visitor facilities, and a ‘messy studio’.
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Read more about The Courthouse Shared Space Creative Hub in Bushmills, including an upcoming information meeting on 08 November in the Bushmills Inn. Or, check out the architectural plans at Hamilton Architects.
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