Keith Mooney

Lombard Street

Lombard street is considered a typical city centre side street with 3 / 4 storey buildings on each side containing a variety of retail units. There are listed building beside and opposite the proposed site which are to be respected. The design for the new mixed development scheme looks back to the 1920’s when a …

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Lisburn Road

A new extension is being planned to develop and extend an existing building into a new dental practice. This will be located next to a dental practice that was constructed 8 years for New Life Teeth. The success of the practice in Belfast has out grown the existing premise and this new building will be …

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RAVARA

Ravara is a house renovation that includes a full upper storey which provides living areas with views across the countryside. Planning was granted in 2021 and works are due to start in early 2022. The site borders onto the countryside giving a 360 panoramic and the opportunity to have the sun move around the building …

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FinTru

FinTrU was established in December 2013 by Darragh McCarthy, and along with Katrien Roppe (also from FinTrU)they had great expectations for designing a new office space that would reflect the level of success already gained and their ambitions for the future. The new office space for FinTrU is located in an existing building in the …

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Belfast Lough

The dwelling is situated on the shore of Belfast Lough which has great views including fantastic sun sets in the latter summer months. The site is situated off the busy Shore Road in Cultra Holywood. The road is populated with dwelling of various styles and shapes with a mixture of dwelling, apartments, and nursing homes. …

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University Road Belfast

43-47 University Road lies within a conservation area in Belfast and the buildings are listed and protected. The five modest brick houses, once known as Cinnamon Buildings, were constructed in the 1840s. The buildings, of course, were once terrace-style houses that sat gracefully within the university neighbourhood (1840-1860) and represented the final construction of Georgian …

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Bedford Street Belfast

The opportunity to redesign a building that was over 100 years old into new offices for Germinal presented a project that was beyond exciting in so many ways. The client was exceptional and understood the design processes becoming involved at every opportunity. The brief was to take a building that required a complete strip and …

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10-16 Castle Place

10-18 Castle Place was first constructed by Blackwood and Jury 1904-1905 and later extended in1907 by Mclaughlin and Harvey builders.┬áThe building gains its current name as it is erected on part of the site of the 17th Century Belfast Castle. This is a listed building and recently gained planning approval for a change of use …

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Cranmore

A small suburban plot is the setting for the works to this semi detached period house constructed in 1900. The house is Victorian with many of the existing features retained and restored. The new extension to the house is to the rear of the property partly visible from the road. The ne extension provides a …

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The Market House

The failing high streets of our local towns is well documented with shop closures and major Banks leaving the streets behind for the internet. The buildings that are left behind become difficult to let or sell with large volumes of space that are no longer required. The Danska bank in Bangor is a victim of …

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