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Northern Ireland round-up: £10m refurbishment plans for Belfast’s Odyssey Pavilion; Collaboration will be key for Armagh district development

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 7 Ocotber-13 October, 2017

£10m refurbishment plans for Belfast’s Odyssey Pavilion

The new owners of Belfast's Odyssey Pavilion, a key element of the Titanic Quarter, have unveiled further details of the venue's £10 million transformation.

The Planner

Collaboration will be key for Armagh district development

A partnership approach between the public and private sectors will be crucial to realise investment opportunities and drive regeneration in the district centred on Armagh City, according to local and political leaders.

Insider Media

Flats plan for listed school building

Campbell College in east Belfast is hoping to turn one of its listed buildings into a dozen new luxury apartments.

Belfast Telegraph

MLA claims Belfast City Council has ‘written off’ student district

A Green MLA has claimed that Belfast City Council has ‘written off’ the Holyland area of the city, citing the absence of a regeneration strategy for the district, which is popular with students.

Belfast Telegraph

Fresh name bid for Belfast street

A fresh bid to have a Belfast street named after physicist John Stewart Bell is being considered by Belfast City Council.

Belfast Telegraph

Bus-maker has plans for former tobacco company site

Ballymena bus-maker Wrightbus has begun making plans to redevelop the site left behind by tobacco giant JTI Gallaher when it closed the facility with the loss of 800 jobs.

Belfast Telegraph

More NI Planning Portal downtime

Ongoing maintenance means the Northern Ireland Planning Portal will be out of action for much of the period from 19 to 22 October.

Department for Infrastructure