Grade-A office and retail plan for Belfast city centre

Chancery House on Victoria Street is to be redeveloped in a €11.6m project which aims to provide flexible options for indigenous businesses

A computer-generated image of the proposed nine-storey redevelopment at Chancery House on Victoria Street in Belfast

A proposal to build a new nine-storey grade-A office building in a prime location in the heart of Belfast has been put forward for approval by planners at Belfast City Council, subject to the execution of a planning legal agreement.

The project to redevelop Chancery House on Victoria Street will involve a £10 million investment (about €11.6 million) in the city centre and will create an estimated 150 construction jobs over the 18-month build-out period.