The "Nambarrie" site, Belfast :: Shared Description
A building, at the corner of Victoria Street and Waring Street, formerly the “Nambarrie” tea-blending warehouse. The first application for planning permission read “0486/F 21-23 Victoria Street, 45-51 Waring Street, Belfast. Demolition of existing 4 storey building and erection of new 8 storey building comprising 56No. small unit/studio apartments and commercial use at ground floor”. A second, on 2 September 2011 , read “0486/F 21-23 Victoria Street 45-51 Waring Street Belfast Demolition of existing 4 storey building and erection of new 8 storey building comprising 56No. small unit/studio apartments and commercial use at ground floor (amended scheme).
A revised application was advertised in mid-February 2013: “0486/F 21-23 Victoria Street 45-51 Waring Street Belfast Demolition of existing 4 storey building and erection of new 7 storey building comprising 56No. small unit/studio apartments and 2no. retail units at ground floor (Amended plans)”.
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Created: Sun, 1 May 2011, Updated: Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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