Year - 1987
Dunlewey: Cliftonville Road
Cliftonville Road


  • Dunlewey Addiction Services (formerly Dunlewey Substance Advice Centre) was founded in 1987 and has become a specialist organisation in the provision of counselling, training and support services in the field of addictions.
  • Our head office is on the Cavehill Road in Belfast, we also have an office in Portadown and satellite clinics in Lisburn and Newtownards. We also operate an Ireland wide counseliing service for individuals experiencing problem gambling issues.
  • Numbers 34-36 Cliftonville Road were built as a semi-detached pair in a Greek Revival idiom and together with a terrace of three at 26-30 were the earliest to be built and the only survivors of a development of approximately six structures, some divided into a number of dwellings.
  • They were built and designed by the architect Thomas Jackson in the early 1830s as part of a speculative housing development aimed at the rising mercantile and professional classes of Belfast. Jackson had trained in the Clifton area of Bristol and was inspired by his time there to name the estate ‘Cliftonville’.
  • Stop 14 on the North Belfast Heritage Trail (This is the last stop).

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