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Northern Ireland round-up: Belfast Waterside redevelopment makes progress; Row over Derry transport hub

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 24 February-2 March, 2018

Belfast Waterside redevelopment makes progress

Detailed proposals for the first phase of the £400 million regeneration of Belfast Waterside, the site of the former Sirocco Works, have been submitted to Belfast City Council.

The Planner

Row over Derry transport hub

A row has broken out over Translink’s proposals for the £28 million refurbishment of the old Waterside railway station in Derry as a regional multi-modal transport hub.

BBC News

Wrangle over east Belfast park-and-ride project

Plans for a 500-vehicle park-and-ride facility near the Sydenham bypass in east Belfast has run into significant opposition.

Belfast Telegraph

Milestone for Brandywell regeneration in Derry

The £7 million Brandywell regeneration project has passed a significant milestone now ownership of the new stadium, home to Derry City Football Club, has been handed back to the council.

Derry City and Strabane District Council

Dalradian gold mine planning publicity unveiled

Publicity and neighbour notification arrangements for the Dalradian gold mine project have been issued by the Department for Infrastructure.

Planning Portal NI