Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast :: Shared Description

Parklands started life as a public-sector estate which became unpopular with tenants. Vacant and blocked-up it was eventually sold to the private sector. Completely renovated it became part of the private lettings market. By January 2016 vacant and with an “agreed” patch on the agent’s “for sale” board.

The site is the subject of the following application (21 December 2016) for planning permission “LA04/2017/0043/F Demolition of existing building and construction of residential development consisting of 104 apartments (18no 1 bed, 83no. 2 bed and 3no. 3 bed) with associated fitness suite, car parking and landscaping Parklands Knocknagoney Dale Knocknagoney Belfast”.

The photographs submitted by me appear as a matter of record only. I have no connection with any of the parties involved in the sale and cannot enter into correspondence.
by Albert Bridge
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J3876 : Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast - February 2016(2) by Albert Bridge
J3876 : Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast - January 2017(1) by Albert Bridge
J3876 : Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast - February 2016(1) by Albert Bridge
J3876 : Parklands, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3876 : Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast - January 2017(3) by Albert Bridge
J3876 : Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast - February 2016(3) by Albert Bridge
J3876 : Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast - January 2017(2) by Albert Bridge
J3876 : Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast - January 2016(1) by Albert Bridge
J3876 : Parklands, Knocknagoney, Belfast - January 2016(2) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Fri, 1 Jan 2016, Updated: Thu, 19 Jan 2017

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