Killultagh recently scaled back plans for a 10-storey office block in the heart of Belfast to nine floors, in order to alleviate Council concerns over the impact the scheme might have on the surrounding heritage assets.
The new block will occupy the former General Accident building at Donegall Square South, behind the City Hall. Commenting on the revised proposals, Richard Steenson, development director for Killultagh Estates said:
“ We are very conscious that given its location in the Linen Conservation Area, the development will occupy a site of special historic and architectural interest. We believe our new proposals will sustain and enhance their existing architectural context and contribute the the quality of the overall townscape. As a company, one of our core values is to create buildings that embody the very best in innovation and design, and that will create a legacy value for generations to come.”