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Northern Ireland round-up: Former Belfast campus earmarked for housing; Green light for Downpatrick hotel

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 20 April-26 April, 2019

Former Belfast campus earmarked for housing

The former east Belfast campus of the Belfast Metropolitan College could be redeveloped for housing under proposals unveiled by its new owner, the property firm Maple and May.

The Planner

Crowdfunding initiative awarded RTPI Silver Jubilee Cup

Plymouth City Council’s pioneering community infrastructure initiative that embraces crowdfunding technology has won the RTPI’s top prize at this year’s Awards for Planning Excellence.

The Planner

Approval for Downpatrick hotel

A 51-bedroom hotel has been given the green light at the Inch Abbey site in Downpatrick.

Belfast Telegraph

Capital office scheme proposed

A six-storey office block has been proposed for a site at the corner of College Square North and College Avenue, across the road from the new Queen's Elms BT1 student accommodation building in Belfast.

Belfast Telegraph

Comber homes approved

The Ards and North Down Borough Council has approved proposals for a 70-home development in Comber.

Belfast Telegraph