Seaview Hall scoops access accolade

Seaview Hall in Glenarm has been recognised at the annual Prestige Access Awards, organised by the William Keown Trust. These awards are given to owners, architects and builders who have gone the extra mile when designing new and renovating existing buildings in order that those with a disability can have access to and move around as independently as possible. Pictured are Paul Millar, Kriterion Conservation Architects, Anita Murtagh, Derryleckagh Contracts Ltd and John Anderson, Glenarm Building Preservation Trust receiving their awards from Philip Beattie, Chairman of The William Keown Trust. INLT 04-657-CON
Seaview Hall in Glenarm has been recognised at the annual Prestige Access Awards, organised by the William Keown Trust. These awards are given to owners, architects and builders who have gone the extra mile when designing new and renovating existing buildings in order that those with a disability can have access to and move around as independently as possible. Pictured are Paul Millar, Kriterion Conservation Architects, Anita Murtagh, Derryleckagh Contracts Ltd and John Anderson, Glenarm Building Preservation Trust receiving their awards from Philip Beattie, Chairman of The William Keown Trust. INLT 04-657-CON

Seaview Hall in Glenarm has been recognised at the annual Prestige Access Awards.

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