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City Quays 4

Donegall Quay, City Quays, BT1 3FE

Residential development

Proposed
Approved

Key Information

Address

Donegall Quay, City Quays, BT1 3FE
Planning References

LA04/2023/2388/F
Planning Status

Approved
Project Status

Proposed
Primary Use

Residential
Additional Use

N/A
Start Date

N/A
Completion Date

N/A

Additional Information

Cost

£50,000,000.00
Size

N/A
Floors

23
Units

256

Description

City Quays 4 is a proposed 256-apartment build-to-rent development that is part of the overall City Quays masterplan. City Quays 4 will be located next to the AC Mariott Hotel which was also built as part of the City Quays masterplan. City Quays 4 is expected to be around the same size as City Quays 3.


In July 2020, Belfast Harbour said it was still looking at a co-developer for its buy-to-let City Quays 4 project, but had gone through some setbacks due to the Covid-19 pandemic and as a result, may be delayed.


In June 2022, Belfast Harbour revealed that its financial performance bounced back in 2021 as port activities recovered to pre-Covid levels. They said that they were now in pre-application discussions about two further phases to City Quays which will include City Quays 4 - a 260-unit build-to-rent residential development and hinted towards progress on the development of City Quays 5. A planning application is expected to be submitted towards the end of 2022.


In September 2022, a Proposal of Application Notice was submitted for City Quays 4 (LA04/2022/1752/PAN) which comprises a residential apartment development comprising circa. 270 residential units, landscaping and associated site works.


In October 2022, the online consultation of City Quays 4 went live. The consultation revealed plans for 270 homes, comprising of a mix of studio, one & two-bedroom homes, public and private communal spaces, co-working space, a gym and 24-hour Concierge Services. The consultation also revealed that City Quays 4 will be designed for the build-to-rent market and will offer rent-only apartments that are managed by an operator.


In December 2022, Belfast Harbour Commissioners submitted a planning application (LA04/2023/2388/F) for City Quays 4 proposing a residential development comprising 256 no. units, public realm, and associated access and site works.


In January 2024, City Quays 4 was recommended for approval at the Belfast City Council Planning Committee.

Architects & Consultants

Developer

Belfast Harbour
Architect

RPP Architects
Planning Consultant

Turley
Acoustic Consultant

RSK Group
Air Quality Consultant

RPS Group
Environmental Consultant

RSK Group
Flood Risk Consultant

RSK Group
Transport Consultant

RPS Group
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