OFFICE Use Agreed For Vacant City Centre Unit

25 August, 2021 | Office

PLANNERS have approved office use for empty city centre premises.

City officials agreed a change-of-use application submitted for the ground floor at 35 Virginia Street which has been vacant since it was built.

Permitted uses for the space were retail, food/drink and financial/professional and other services.

A mezzanine level is also proposed as part of the office plan.

A document submitted to planners stated: “Despite continued marketing, there has been little interest in the unit within the approved use classes.

“The change of use proposes investment and the active use of a vacant unit.

“The proposals will contribute positively to the city centre at this location and provide an active frontage.”

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