Cromac Regeneration Initiative

Cromac Regeneration Initiative

CRI Building
165-169 Donegall Pass
United Kingdom

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Elaine Mansfield

The CRI project as detailed below is a community Interest Company having purchased and are in the process of refurbishing the Coyle Place Building. It is envisaged the project will be run as a Social Economy Business.

In 2009 the three communities of inner South Belfast came together  to form the Cromac Regeneration Initiative. The Cromac Regeneration Initiative directors have recently purchased an  office building known locally as Coyles Place which  is  located on the interface between Donegall Pass, the Markets and the Lower Ormeau Road. The premises at present are being refurbished  and  will provide a much needed shared neutral space and resource for community organisations in the surrounding neighbourhoods.  The project’s prime objectives include the promotion of mutual understanding and respect for the cultural traditions of others. The encouragement and support of good relations by building upon and improving established relationships between and within the three communities. Plus the breaking down of the barriers leading to harmonious relations and removal of the causes of sectarian tensions and will enhance engagement at various levels between the communities by creating an important facility that is currently lacking in the area.


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Cromac Regeneration Initiative

New office space in a completely new refurbished building are available to let at very comptitative rates will become available from 1st April 2013

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  • Elaine Mansfield