The Greater Ardoyne Residents Collective have confirmed they will protest against an Orange Order parade in Ardoyne on Saturday.
The parade in question is set to end a three year deadlock and comes after protracted negotiations.
GARC, the republican residents’ group, said they will apply for a march and rally on Friday evening and a protest on the day of the parade, Saturday 1 October.
The deal on the parade was reached with the consent of Crumlin Ardoyne Residents Collective (CARA) and the Ligoniel Orange Lodges.
The prominent priest Fr Gary Donegan has said the level of vitriol in a confrontation in Ardoyne was like the Holy Cross dispute again.
The loyalist protest camp at Twaddell Avenue in north Belfast is being dismantled following Saturday morning's Orange Order parade.
The Parades Commission has granted permission for the Orange Order to parade past Ardoyne on Saturday.