John McAslan + Partners, together with ARUP, is developing design proposals for this £150 million integrated transport facility for Belfast city centre, which will benefit communities across Ireland. The project offers significant regeneration opportunities for the city delivering a dynamic and imaginative mixed-use scheme with the development of the 8-acre brownfield site.
The Belfast Transport Hub is a key element in the ongoing regeneration of the city. Due to the success of public transport in Northern Ireland over the past few decades, the current bus and rail stations have reached capacity. In addition, further growth is predicted of between 50-130% by 2030, prompting the need to double the current transport facilities on the site.
Following extensive consultations with the client, it is proposed that the fully integrated transport hub will include 26 bus stands, including three alighting stands, and eight rail platforms. The project also includes a masterplan of the 10 ha site; the proposed development would provide approximately 150,000sqm of mixed use accommodation.
Infrastructure, Landscape + Public Realm, Masterplan, Mixed-Use
Belfast, Northern Ireland
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