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Fresh office development for Belfast city centre

By John Mulgrew

Published 12/08/2016

Paddy Kearney
Paddy Kearney

A Belfast city centre office building could be knocked down amid plans to replace it with a brand new development.

Frank Boyd's firm Killultagh Estates bought the General Accident building on Donegall Square South, which was on the market for £3.5m.

Now, it has submitted a public consultation notice proposing the demolition of the building, and the construction of a new nine-storey office block.

The new development would include two levels of underground parking, and office space.

It would be the latest major office development planned for the city centre.

Elsewhere, property developer Paddy Kearney is planning to develop a series of huge office buildings across the city over the next few years. His company has also applied for planning permission to build another new structure at Scottish Amicable House at Donegall Square.

Belfast Telegraph

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