An interview with Jack - a farmer who has worked the land around Craigavon. In this series, he talks about the rural history of the area, and his experience of being displaced when the new town of Craigavon was being built in the 1960s.
Peter Hutchinson is a multi-award winning Chartered Landscape Architect, Chartered Designer, product designer, illustrator and artist based in Belfast. From 1972-1974, Peter worked as Landscape Architectural Assistant at Craigavon Development Commission. Following a post graduate education at Edinburgh University he worked as a Landscape Architect in Vancouver BC later returning to DOE Planning Service Landscape Section before moving into private practice. He is currently co-chair of the Landscape Institute Northern Ireland. Rebekah McCabe interviewed Peter Hutchinson in Belfast on Friday 6 March 2015.
Craigavon Town map showing the proposed development of the new town between Portadown and Lurgan.
A summary of the aims and objectives of the Craigavon Master Plan proposals.
Gary A. Boyd discusses the post-war Modernist architecture of Europe and the New Town movement's influence on the architecture of housing in Craigavon.