A derelict commercial unit in Armagh city centre could be demolished and replaced.
The property, at 10 Railway Street in the city, has been in a state of disrepair for many years now.
But now a local businessman is seeking planning permission to tear it down – and built a new commercial unit in its place.
An application for the work has been submitted by Joe Macari to Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council.
The unit is a single storey development and the plans – if given the go-ahead – would see a new two-bedroom apartment built above it.
The vacant commercial unit holds a prominent position on what is a mainly residential street and would do much to improve the visual amenity of the area.
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