HC Deb 31 March 1892 vol 3 c350

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland when the building work in connection with the new Central Constabulary Barrack for Belfast was begun; when the work on the men's quarters is likely to be completed; and when the stables and other works are to be commenced?


The erection of the new Central Constabulary Barrack in Belfast was begun in April, 1891. This building should, under the terms of the contract, be completed by 1st January, 1893; but the Board of Works, judging from the present state of the building, are of opinion that it cannot be finished within the time specified. The other buildings and works of improvement in connection with the accommodation for the men, arranged for under the general scheme now being carried out, will probably occupy a further period of twelve months. Upon their completion the erection of the stabling will be proceeded with.