No 20 Windsor Avenue, Belfast :: Shared Description

“Dunallen” a former detached house at 20 Windsor Avenue, once occupied by Thomas Andrews, designer of the “Titanic” and, in more recent times, headquarters of the Irish Football Association. Now (August 2016) with a sold sign and the subject of two applications for planning permission “LA04/2016/1552/F Three storey rear extension to existing building (classification A2) together with associated car parking, including elevational changes 20 Windsor Avenue Belfast BT9 6EG” and “LA04/2016/1569/DCA Demolition of part internal and external walls as indicated on the floor plans 20 Windsor Avenue Belfast BT9 6EY”.
The property is not (at 14 August 2016) on the official list of listed buildings.
I have no connection with the building or any Titanic society. I cannot enter into correspondence.
by Albert Bridge
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J3272 : No 20 Windsor Avenue, Belfast (August 2016) by Albert Bridge
J3272 : Thomas Andrews "Titanic" plaque, Belfast by Albert Bridge


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Created: Sun, 14 Aug 2016, Updated: Sun, 14 Aug 2016

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