Monday, 19 September 2011

Medina House repairs ordered

Medina House in 2003

The owners of Medina House on Kings Esplanade, originally built in the 19th century as Turkish baths, have been served with a Section 215 enforcement notice after they failed to respond to requests from council enforcement officers to clean up the property. The site is in  a prominent seafront location and is part of the Cliftonville Conservation Area.

The owners have six months from 1 November to wash down and repaint the southern and western elevations; remove the breeze blocks from the window openings and reinstate windows and glazing; repair and make good all the windows and doors including re-glazing as required; repaint all external timberwork including window frames, doorframes and soffits and re-render the eastern elevation of the property.

From a Council press release.


  1. Hi!
    my name is Angela and I have a website called The Missing Curtain
    I used a photo of all saints from your blog... and linked to you through it. I hope you don't object thank you. I love your blog.

  2. That's OK Angela. Thanks for linking to it. I didn't know the auction price for old sewing machines had tripled!

  3. Looks like it need quite a lot of work, will appreciate if you post updates on this project:-)


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