3 June 2023

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Approval granted for new cultural centre at Flood Street

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Approval granted for new cultural centre at Flood Street

Approval has been given for a new cultural centre at Flood Street in the city.

The project, led by Tra Gheall Ltd, will involve a change of use at Flood House from retail to cultural.

It’ll include a performance and theatre space on the ground floor, alongside a café/bar serving simple food such as cheese platters and aperitif dishes.

On the first floor, offices will also be transformed into a recording studio and editing suite.

Permission has been granted by planners with 13 conditions attached.

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