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Flats and retail plan for Belfast Frames pub and snooker complex site

By John Mulgrew

Published 14/09/2016

Titanic Bar and Restaurant, Donegall Street, Belfast
Titanic Bar and Restaurant, Donegall Street, Belfast

The owners of a Belfast pub and snooker complex have submitted fresh plans to turn the building into an apartment and retail development.

The Frames building on Little Donegall Street sits opposite the former Belfast Telegraph headquarters.

Plans have been resubmitted to refurbish the building and turn it into a mixed-use development. It previously had permission for a redevelopment.

The proposal includes 18 two-bedroom apartments, retail and commercial office space.

It also includes "works to comprise improvements to external facades and internal construction remodelling".

But it's understood the business has no immediate plans to go ahead with the development.

Just last month further plans for the Belfast Streets Ahead scheme were unveiled - based in and around the Frames complex area.

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