No 9 Donegall Quay, Belfast :: Shared Description

A long-vacant building, originally a warehouse where sails were made, thought to date from between 1760 and 1790. It was altered in the 1840’s and again about 40 years later. It is one of the few surviving old buildings near the Lagan in central Belfast. On the “At Risk” register. There is now the following application for planning permission: “0238/F Telford's Sail Loft, 8-9 Oxford Street, Belfast, BT1 3LA 08 May 2015 Change of use to restaurant to include external alterations.” The photographs submitted by me appear as a neutral matter of geographical and historical record only and do not express any opinion about the application. I cannot explain the two addresses.
by Albert Bridge
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J3474 : No 9 Donegall Quay, Belfast (May 2015) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : No 9 Donegall Quay, Belfast (February 2016) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : No 9 Donegall Quay, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3474 : No 9 Donegall Quay, Belfast (2013) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Sun, 24 May 2015, Updated: Sun, 24 May 2015

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