12-15 Magazine Street

Project Info

Construction Date circa 1870 - 1990
NIEA Listing No 14 listed Grade B1
Project Value Circa £190,000.00
Completion Date September 2011
Architect Hamilton Architects
Property Description:
The proposed works, focusing upon external repair and refurbishment of numbers 12 to 15 Magazine Street. Prior to intervention both nos. 14 and 15 were finished at upper level with poor quality sand/cement render. The ground floor of no 14 was finished in painted stonework whereas no 15 was facing brick. No 12 comprised brick upper facades with render pilasters and detailing with a painted render shopfront while no 13 had been constructed in 1992 to match no 12. External metal grilles and security shutters existed throughout.

Number 14 is a grade B1 listed building circa 1870 and was originally constructed as the residence for the Bank of Ireland sub-agent. Number 15 is thought to date from the late 1800’s while number 12 dates to the early 20th century. No 13 was constructed during the development of the craft village in 1992.

Description of Works:
Repair of external fabric and reinstatement of architectural detail to comprise;
  • Repair of existing natural slate roofs and associated leadwork
  • Replacement of inappropriate rainwater goods with cast iron
  • Rake out and re-point areas of defective brickwork
  • Replacement of inappropriate coatings using lime/sand render
  • Remove all external security grilles
  • Repair and refurbish existing timber sliding sash windows.
  • Replace inappropriate external flush doors and screens
  • Alterations to ground floor of No 15 to improve use of floorspace
Use Upon Completion:
The completed property comprises; Residential accommodation to upper floor levels
  • 2 No retail units
  • 1 No office suite

Phase II THI Completions


Restoration, Repair & Reinstatement of Architectural Detail

p2complete-[12-15-mag-st-before] 12-15 Magazine Street Prior To Townscape Heritage Initiative p2complete-[12-15-mag-st-after] 12-15 Magazine Street After Townscape Heritage Initiative