A former military building at Ebrginton Square in Derry is to be transformed into new bar and restaurant
The plans would see Building 40, a former canteen located at the north side of Ebrington Square overlooking the River Foyle, undergo alterations and a new extension to provide the new establishment.
The application, lodged by the Toomebridge based Philip McElhone Construction, marks the latest new development planned for the site.
Recently a officer premises was opened at Building 104 on the Ebrington site after £1.6 million transformation.
Planning permission was also granted in May of this year by the Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Planning Committee for a new 152-bedroom hotel at the site.
The new development – named ‘The Ebrington’ – will be located at the site which formerly housed buildings 67, 68, 69 and 79 in its former life as British Armay Barracks.
The site currently houses a café and a bar/restaurant.