One to watch: Will Alliance emerge as largest party in former DUP stronghold?
Profile: The giant cranes of Harland and Wolff shipyard dominate the skyscape of this constituency and it is also home to the Stormont Assembly building.
The shipyard's position as a manufacturing giant has long since gone, and the political landscape is also changing.
Alliance Party leader Naomi Long topped the poll for first preferences last time round in an area considered a stronghold for the DUP.
The Stormont justice minister is a former Westminster MP for the constituency and narrowly missed out in the last British General Election in 2019 so will be looking to build on her personal vote.
She has a different running mate this time, as the party's other incumbent MLA Chris Lyttle has decided to step down. The decision was a surprise as he represented the area for 12 years and was highly regarded.
Alliance will hope to win the overall first preference battle.
The DUP also has a new name in the frame as a running mate for incumbent MLA Joanne Bunting, as 76-year-old Robin Newton was not selected to run again.
The Ulster Unionist candidate is incumbent MLA Andy Allen, a British army military veteran. The party is also running a second candidate, which it didn't do in 2017, and some within its ranks are concerned about the potential impact of splitting the vote.
John Ross of the TUV will hope to make inroads into both unionist parties in an area where anti-protocol loyalist community representatives have been very vocal in recent months.
A constituency where nationalist candidates enter the fray knowing they have no possibility of success with Sinn Féin and the SDLP together winning less than 3% of first preferences last time around. Many nationalist voters are therefore expected to back Alliance.
2017 Assembly election result: 2 Alliance, 2 DUP, 1 UUP
First preference vote share 2017:
Seats available: 5
Number of candidates: 13
Andy Allen, UUP
Karl Bennett, PUP
David Brooks, DUP
Joanne Bunting, DUP
Charlotte Carson, SDLP
Hannah Kenny, People Before Profit Alliance
Lauren Kerr, UUP
Naomi Long, Alliance Party
Eoin MacNeill, Workers party
Peter McReynolds, Alliance Party
Mairead O'Donnell, Sinn Féin
John Ross, TUV
Brian Smyth, Green Party (NI)