Re: New Retail Precinct for City Centre
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Belfast-based Regeneration Developments has lodged planning for a significant city centre redevelopment project which will secure Limerick’s position as the prime retail centre in the Mid-West. Lafferty Design are behind the proposal’s form which will include the demolition of numbers 4, 5, 6 and 7 Rutland Street, a 5-storey office block at the junction of Patrick and Ellen Streets, No.6 Patrick Street, No.3 Ellen Street as well as the Eurosurf and Workspace premises on Michael Street. Further demolition will take place at numbers 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 Ellen Street, No.5 Patrick Street and numbers 8 & 9 Rutland Street all with facade retention. No.4 Patrick Street will see refurbishment and change of use to civic functions while the large project to be realised will comprise of a retail development over 4 levels including basement with a gross area of 28,000sq m. As part of the application, 2 additional levels will be provided to the multi-storey car-park at Denmark Street which will link to the new development via an enclosed glass-top pedestrian bridge spanning Market Alley and across Ellen Street above 2nd floor level.
Regeneration Developments is headed up by businessman Suneil Sharma.