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03/11/2017

Northern Ireland round-up: Capita eyes up planning work in Northern Ireland; More County Down housing

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 28 October-3 November, 2017

Capita eyes up planning work in Northern Ireland

Outsourcing giant Capita has confirmed that it is hoping to provide planning services for the province’s 11 councils.

The Planner

Survey suggests increase in public support for renewable energy

There has been an increase in the level of public support for renewable energy in the UK, according to the government’s latest Public Attitudes Tracker results.

The Planner

More County Down housing

Fresh plans have been submitted to extend a housing development in County Down by hundreds of dwellings.

Belfast Telegraph

Property investment campaign

An international campaign to entice investors to back major property developments in Belfast has been launched by the UK government in conjunction with Invest Northern Ireland.

Irish Independent

Dirty Armagh

Armagh has been revealed as the worst city in Northern Ireland for air pollution.

Belfast Telegraph

East Belfast alley-gate row

A political row has broken out over the city council’s failure to give the green light to proposals for 17 alley gates in east Belfast.

Belfast Telegraph

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