30 – 44 Bradbury Place

Last Update: 28 Dec 2021 | Project Status Updated

A terrace of 2-3 storey properties located between Bradbury Place and Albion Lane (full descriptions below).

Rojem Properties Belfast Ltd and Rapport Architects submitted a planning application (LA04/2016/0900/F) in April 2016 proposing to develop a 6 – 11 storey purpose-built managed student accommodation building comprising 271no. studio bedrooms. The application was amended in September 2016 to propose a 6 – 9 storey purpose-built managed student accommodation building comprising 220no. studio bedrooms. This application was refused in November 2016.

Rojem Properties Belfast Ltd and Rapport Architects submitted a revised planning application (LA04/2017/2753/F) in December 2017 proposing to develop a 6 – 8 storey purpose-built managed student accommodation building comprising 112no. en-suite cluster bedrooms and 73no. studios over a ground floor reception, retail unit, car parking and cycle storage.

The application was amended in December 2018 to reduce the height of the building to 5 storeys at Bradbury Place and 6 storeys at Albion Lane. The revised scheme proposes 100no. en-suite cluster bedrooms and 56no. studios (156 total) over ground floor retail. The application was approved in August 2019.

Elkstone Partners acquired the site in May 2021. Eastwood Demolition cleared the site during May-June 2021.

 

 

30 – 44 Bradbury Place

Nos. 30 – 44 currently comprises a row of part occupied, part vacant commercial premises ranging from one – three storeys in height. Below provides more detail:

Nos. 30 – 34: A vacant 4,350 ft2 restaurant building previously let to Bishops. The building is one-storey to the street and three-storey behind. The rear three storey building was built c1850 and the front section was built c1900.

No. 36: A 1,500 ft2 hot-food takeaway unit within a one-storey building. The rear three-storey building is vacant. The rear three storey building was built in the early 1800s and the front section was built c1900.

No. 38: A 1,500 ft2 hot-food takeaway unit within a one-storey building. The rear three-storey building is vacant. The rear three storey building was built in the early 1800s and the front section was built c1900.

Nos. 40 – 42: A three-storey building extending to 3,300 ft2. Designed by Isherwood & Ellis for Tom Caldwell Gallery and built 1991.

No. 44: A vacant two-storey building extending to 2,500 ft2. Designed by architect Derek White and built 1989.