Over £30 million has been invested in the site which includes the development of the former Parade Ground (now Ebrington Square) into a large open air event space, the construction of the 214 space car park with enabling platform at King Street plus the following:
- The development of building 80/81 into Creative and Digital Hub
- The development of building 70 as a craft brewery (Walled City Brewery)
- The development of buildings 57/59, occupied by a Café operator (Ollies)
- Building 71, occupied by the Department for Infrastructure
A proposal for Grade A Office Accommodation on top of the enabling platform is currently being developed and a planning application for same will be lodged in 2018. Some information on how State Aid granted to the Project complies with Commission Regulation (EU) 651/2017 of 17 June 2014, the General Block Exemption Regulation, can be found via the link below:
Rental of Ebrington Event Space
The form below sets out the conditions for use of the Ebrington event space.
If you wish to apply to rent space on Ebrington for the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 please complete the application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 March 2019. Forms received after this date will not be considered.
Ebrington Phase 5 Marketing
The Executive Office recently released Phase 5 Marketing for the Ebrington Site. For further information on Buildings 115/116 and the acre of land on the Site, please use the details below to access the Lambert Smith Hampton data room.