Former Rupert Stanley College, Tower Street, Belfast :: Shared Description

A 1960’s building constructed on a vacant WWII bomb site previously occupied by a row of terrace houses.
There is the following application (3 April 2019) for planning permission “LA04/2019/0758/F Retention, change of use and conversion of former 4 storey Belfast Metropolitan College Campus building to 28No. apartments, demolition of two large annexes and erection of 14No. new build dwellings (comprised of 4No. two storey townhouses and 10No. 2 storey semi detached dwellings), associated internal road, alteration of access, car parking, landscaping and ancillary works. Former Belfast Metropolitan College Tower Street Belfast BT5 4FH”.
The photographs submitted by me appear as a neutral matter of record only. I have no connection with the application or any objectors.
by Albert Bridge
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J3574 : Rupert Stanley College, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3574 : Former Rupert Stanley College, Tower Street, Belfast - April 2019(1) by Albert Bridge
J3574 : Rupert Stanley College, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3574 : Former Rupert Stanley College, Tower Street, Belfast - April 2019(3) by Albert Bridge
J3574 : Former Rupert Stanley College, Tower Street, Belfast - April 2019(2) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Sun, 28 Apr 2019, Updated: Sun, 28 Apr 2019

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