Design Guide for Rural Northern Ireland
Much of the character and quality of the countryside in Northern Ireland stems from the presence of a range of traditional buildings, local styles and local materials. These buildings are part of our culture and part of our regional identity. Buildings have evolved in response to their setting and their function on the land and have become familiar features of our rural environment. New buildings should respect that long-established link and not attempt to dominate the landscape.
The following categories are included in this section: